News & notices

April  2018

20 Apr | Moreton Bay remembers

On April 25, Moreton Bay residents will pause to pay tribute to and remember those who have served in our military forces.


19 Apr | Moreton Bay Regional Council (Making of Local Law) Website Notice (No. 1) 2018

Moreton Bay Regional Council (the “Council”) has, by resolution dated the 27th day of March 2018, made: (a) Moreton Bay Regional Council Local Law No. 7 (Waste Management) 2018 (the “local law”); and (b) Moreton Bay Regional Council Community and Environmental Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2018 (the “subordinate local law law).


19 Apr | MBRC helps Arts Guild celebrate with upgrade

The 30th birthday celebrations have begun early for Caboolture Artisans’ Guild with Moreton Bay Regional Council today announcing a $580,000 project upgrade for the burgeoning group’s clubhouse and workshops.


19 Apr | Council pledges to go to plastic straw-free

Moreton Bay Regional Council has today pledged to phase out the use of single-use plastic straws at its council-operated venues and events


19 Apr | Students set off on outback journey

Eighteen Moreton Bay students will walk among the dinosaurs, discover the spiritual home of Waltzing Matilda and learn about the birth of the flying kangaroo when they arrive at Winton for the trip of a lifetime.


18 Apr | Region’s first transit-oriented development

A nation-wide search is underway to establish the Moreton Bay Region’s first transit-oriented development at Mango Hill in the heart of one of Australia’s fastest growing regions.


10 Apr | Free boards up for grabs at skate park opening

There’ll be plenty of flips, spins and kickflips when Narangba’s youth plaza and skate park opens to the public on Saturday 14 April.


03 Apr | Slam dunk! MSEC scores $7.8 mil upgrade

Moreton Bay Regional Council has announced a major $7.8 million upgrade for the Morayfield Sports and Event Centre (MSEC) as part of a plan to attract major sporting events and trade shows to the popular indoor hub, and boost the region’s $.178 billion tourism, hospitality and accommodation industry.


March  2018

28 Mar | Redcliffe rolls out the red carpet for entertainers, foodies and events

Expressions of Interest are now open for anyone wanting to operate a pop-up business along sections of the popular Redcliffe Peninsula foreshore.


28 Mar | Making of interim local law

Moreton Bay Regional Council (the “Council”) has, by resolution dated the 27th day of March 2018, made Moreton Bay Regional Council Interim Local Law No. 2 (Advertising Devices) 2018 (the “Interim Local Law”).


27 Mar | Teddy Bears’ Picnic postponed

Due to recent wet weather, this Thursday’s North Lakes Teddy Bears’ Picnic has been postponed.


23 Mar | Say G’Day and Know your Neighbour

Moreton Bay Regional Council is encouraging residents to take a moment on Neighbour Day to say g’day to their next-door resident.


23 Mar | Council leases give berth to Bribie boat clubs

The search for a site to house boats for two of Bribie’s largest community boating clubs is now over thanks to a pair of community leases from Moreton Bay Regional Council.


21 Mar | Redcliffe Jetty Markets set for major expansion

The operators behind Redcliffe’s popular Jetty Markets have unveiled their plans for a major expansion over the next 12 months that will almost double the market’s floor space and include new food trucks, entertainment areas and demonstration areas.


21 Mar | Bounce to North Lakes for an Easterly Teddy Bears’ Picnic

Pack your favourite teddy bear or bunny, a picnic rug and hop along for a morning of free family fun when Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Teddy Bears’ Picnic kicks off on 29 March.


20 Mar | Harmony Day celebrations

Moreton Bay Regional Council has awarded $6,000 in grant funding to help community groups bring to life a range of cultural celebrations this Harmony Day (21 March).


08 Mar | Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan

Moreton Bay Regional Council is inviting local residents to view the region’s draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan and provide their feedback on the draft plan available online and from council’s customer service centres.


February  2018

28 Feb | Flood-resilient bridge for Draper

Moreton Bay Regional Council has completed construction on the $5 million Bunya Road bridge project at Draper providing better access for local motorists and improved response times for emergency services in times of severe weather.


23 Feb | Moreton Bay mozzie chopper takes to the sky

Council will continue its mosquito aerial treatment program this Sunday and Monday following recent wet weather.


14 Feb | World of waterbugs under the microscope

Get up close with the weird and wonderful world of waterbugs in 2018 with Moreton Bay’s Aquatic Explorers program.


13 Feb | Approved Inspection Program: Animal Registration and Management

Moreton Bay Regional Council will conduct a scheduled animal registration and management inspection program from 6 March to 30 June 2018.


January  2018

25 Jan | Region welcomes more than 130 new Aussies

More than 130 residents will take the pledge to become Australian citizens on Australia Day in Moreton Bay.


25 Jan | Celebrating Australia Day Awards winners

A campaigner against domestic violence, koala carers and a 2018 Commonwealth Games baton bearer are among seven award recipients at Moreton Bay Regional Council’s annual Australia Day Awards.


22 Jan | Caboolture gets a green heart

With the $2 million upgrade of Matthew Terrace and James Street complete, works have now started on the ‘Green Link’ project in the heart of Caboolture’s CBD.


November  2017

24 Nov | Early works on Petrie Mill underway

Moreton Bay Regional Council has awarded a $1.78 million early works package contract to Allroads Pty Ltd as part of Stage 1 of the Petrie Mill redevelopment project


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