News & notices


06 Jul 2015 | Bushfire hazard reduction burn at Burpengary East

Moreton Bay Regional Council will undertake a hazard reduction burn on Tuesday, July 7 at Burpengary East, local weather conditions permitting.


01 Jul 2015 | New Draft Planning Scheme Opens for Public Feedback

Community feedback on Moreton Bay Regional Council's new draft planning scheme will be open from 1 July until 21 August 2015 following a resolution of council at its general meeting on Tuesday. 


01 Jul 2015 | Expression of interest: Management of Donnybrook Hall

Moreton Bay Regional Council is seeking expressions of interest from incorporated community organisations to manage the Donnybrook Community Hall located at 26 Edith Street Donnybrook.


01 Jul 2015 | Public Notice - Moreton Bay Regional Council Proposed Planning Scheme

Following considerations of submissions received on the proposed planning scheme during the July/August 2014 public consultation period, council has incorporated amendments in a new version of the proposed planning scheme. 


30 Jun 2015 | Interest in University Precinct

Moreton Bay Regional Council is now seeking Expressions of Interest from higher-education providers in assisting with the development of the proposed Moreton Bay Region University Precinct.


30 Jun 2015 | Championship course takes shape in Strathpine

The first championship disc golf course in South-East Queensland is taking shape in the Moreton Bay Region and will open at Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine early July.


29 Jun 2015 | Water on Tap Trial launched at Redcliffe

Deputy Mayor and Division 9 Councillor Mike Charlton and Division 6 Councillor Koliana Winchester were two of the first people to fill up their water bottles from the Water on Tap machine at Redcliffe, which dispenses free chilled water and provides reusable stainless steel bottles for a small fee


25 Jun 2015 | Get behind Winton

Moreton Bay Regional Council is calling on the community to rally behind its sister city Winton and help the outback town get back on its feet following the devastating fire that destroyed its iconic Waltzing Matilda Centre


24 Jun 2015 | New draft planning scheme given green light by the state

With the State Government having just given their approval to the Council's new draft planning scheme, Moreton Bay Region residents are one step closer to finding out more about the possible future of their region.  

23 Jun 2015 | Moreton Bay Economy Strongest in State

The Moreton Bay Region has the strongest economy in Queensland according to the Australian Local Government Association’s 2015-16 State of the Regions Report. 


22 Jun 2015 | Tigers on the Prowl for Relocation

Redcliffe Tigers Australian Rules Football Club will move from its current home to a new purpose-built facility at Nathan Road near the Redcliffe aerodrome.


19 Jun 2015 | The gardens of Moreton Bay

Explore the gardens of the Moreton Bay Region through the lens of two very distinct artists with the Habitat exhibition at the Pine Rivers Gallery.


12 Jun 2015 | Proposal to name Kropp Road Park

Moreton Bay Regional Council is encouraging residents to have their say on a proposal to name a park at Kropp Road, Woodford.


05 Jun 2015 | Future building budget

Moreton Bay Regional Council's $513 million budget for 2015-16 continues the region's strong focus on region-building infrastructure, jobs and delivering value for money for residents.


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

8.30pm

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.


18 May 2015 | Barry Gibb to return home to Redcliffe

The Moreton Bay Region's iconic Bee Gees Way is currently closed for the construction of Stage 2 ahead of Barry Gibb's return home later this year to re-open the popular public walkway that honours the world-famous super group.


30 Apr 2015 | Working on a New Draft Planning Scheme

In July 2014 Council released a draft planning scheme for public comment.   Since this time, Council has considered feedback from the community and incorporated updated mapping, information and new planning requirements from the State Government into the draft scheme.


23 Apr 2015 | Bee Gees Way

Bee Gees Way will close temporarily from Monday May 4, 2015.


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