News & notices

October  2015

06 Oct | Supporting the Legacy of Mates4Mates

Limited tickets are available for Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Gala Benefit Dinner, in support of Legacy and Mates4Mates at Norths Leagues Services Club on Saturday, October 17.

01 Oct | First Sports Club Approved for North Lakes

Development plans for a $25 million licensed sports club at North Lakes, proposed by the Caboolture Sports Club,  have been approved by Moreton Bay Regional Council.

September  2015

30 Sep | Bronze takes gold at 15 Artists

17 bronze pieces inspired by the ancient Zen Buddhist tradition of ‘flung ink’ have taken out top honours at the 2015 15 Artists awards and exhibition at the Redcliffe City Art Gallery.

29 Sep | Put your most innovative foot forward

Entries are being sought for Moreton Bay Regional Council’s inaugural Innovation Awards, with $20,000 in prize money to be won by the region’s best innovators and inventors.

24 Sep | Upgrades for Div 9 roads

Moreton Bay Regional Council has awarded a $584,700 tender for eight road upgrades across Albany Creek, Brendale, Cashmere and Eatons Hill.

23 Sep | Second stage for Talobilla Park flood works

Moreton Bay Regional Council is about to begin works on the second stage of a $315,000 flood resilience project at Talobilla Park, Kippa-Ring.

23 Sep | Draft Scheme Ready for State Approval

Moreton Bay Regional Council has completed its review of community feedback to the new draft planning scheme and has now finalised the draft scheme for the approval of the Queensland Government.

21 Sep | Peninsula parade gets upgrade

Moreton Bay Regional Council will install new pedestrian crossings and lay new asphalt surfacing along Whytecliffe Parade, Woody Point as part of a $486,000 road upgrade for the popular stretch of the Moreton Bay Tourist Drive.

17 Sep | North Lakes Library Turns 1

The North Lakes Library and the award-winning Corso have celebrated an extraordinary first year with more than a quarter of a million visitors.

16 Sep | Open: Bee Gees Way Stage 2

Stage Two of the Moreton Bay Region’s tribute to the Bee Gees has been opened by Barry Gibb as part of the Redcliffe Festival.

16 Sep | Plants help protect wetlands

More than 30 bushcare volunteers joined Moreton Bay Regional Council and Unitywater in planting 1,500 native seedlings to continue the rejuvenation of the Pine Rivers Wetland Reserve at Griffin.

14 Sep | Red Azolla weed removal

Moreton Bay Regional Council is treating Red Azolla weed at Centenary Lakes, Caboolture.

09 Sep | Barry Gibb comes home for Redcliffe Festival

Barry Gibb is returning home on Friday, September 11 for the Redcliffe Festival and the official public unveiling of the second stage of Bee Gees Way, the Moreton Bay Region’s iconic tribute to the international pop supergroup.

04 Sep | 40 Year Councillor to Retire

One of Queensland’s longest-serving councillors has announced he will retire in March 2016 following 40 years of service to the local community.

03 Sep | CRAG solves abstract art

Discover the hidden meaning behind some of Australia’s most celebrated abstract paintings and drawings with Direction Now at the Caboolture Regional Art Gallery.

03 Sep | $1.4 mil upgrade for Div 8 roads

Moreton Bay Regional Council has committed more than $1.4 million towards 10 road projects across Strathpine, Joyner, Lawnton and Bray Park.

02 Sep | Levee to Boost Dale Street Flood Resilience

Construction of a 740 metre long levee to improve the flood immunity in Dale Street, Burpengary and immediate areas is underway.

August  2015

28 Aug | SPSC fields upgrade

Moreton Bay Regional Council has awarded a $521,000 tender to upgrade the South Pine Sports Complex’s junior AFL field and combined hockey and cricket field.

28 Aug | What’s Next for the Draft Planning Scheme?

Moreton Bay Regional Council is currently reviewing submissions received on the draft planning scheme which opened on July 1, 2015 for public consultation.

27 Aug | Caboolture pool flexes new muscle

Moreton Bay Regional Council is inviting residents to help celebrate the Caboolture Pool’s new all abilities fitness centre on Saturday, August 29 with free exercise classes, fitness assessments at its official opening and sign on day

11 Aug | Strategic land purchase secures region’s future

A 200 hectare parcel of land at the former Petrie paper mill has been secured by Moreton Bay Regional Council as part of council’s planning for the future.

05 Aug | Park gets ready for Decades Festival

A 12 tonne truss, two and half times the size of a school bus, has been installed at Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine ahead of the Moreton Bay Region’s Decades Festival featuring Australian music icons Cold Chisel, The Living End and Something for Kate.

May  2015

27 May | Decades Festival 2015 - Announces Aussie Rock Line-Up


Moreton Bay Regional Council today announced the line-up for the 2nd annual Decades Festival to be held at Pine Rivers Park in Strathpine on Saturday, 31 October, 2015.

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