17 Jul | Boundary Road safety upgrade
Moreton Bay Regional Council has announced plans to reconstruct a 230m stretch of road at Dakabin to reduce the risk of crashes and improve overall road safety in the local area.
16 Jul | Moreton Bay’s largest sport & health program
Moreton Bay Regional Council has unveiled its largest-ever offering of free and low-cost activities for locals as part of its newly announced Healthy and Active Moreton program.
16 Jul | Construction begins on CRALC upgrade
Moreton Bay Regional Council has commenced construction on the major $5.4 million Caboolture Regional Aquatic Centre (CRALC) upgrade at Burpengary.
06 Jul | Albany Creek Library $300K upgrade
Council will invest more than $368,000 to reinvigorate the Albany Creek Library at Ferguson Street.
06 Jul | Works begin on new $2 mill Bunya SES hub
Council has commenced construction on the new SES depot at Bunya.
05 Jul | New Cab boxing building announce a hit
Div 3 Cr Adam Hain has announced council will invest more than $320,000 to construct a new boxing hub in the heart of Centenary Lakes, Caboolture.
28 Jun | First step for CREEC walking group
The Heart Foundation and Moreton Bay Regional Council are inviting the community to take part in the first-ever Heart Foundation walking group at the Caboolture Region Environmental Education Centre (CREEC), Burpengary.
28 Jun | Council to introduce signed storytime
Moreton Bay Regional Council has announced it will introduce sign language at its popular children’s storytime program.
28 Jun | Water supply upgrade for Centenary Lakes
Division 3 Councillor Adam Hain has announced council will upgrade the water supply intake system at Caboolture’s largest sport and recreation precinct, Centenary Lakes.
25 Jun | Council’s community grants
Pine Rivers community groups, sports clubs and artists are among 66 successful applicants from across Moreton Bay to share in more than $313,000 in the latest round of Moreton Bay Regional Council’s community grants.
19 Jun | Disability Access and Inclusion Plan launch
Moreton Bay Regional Council has today unveiled a new regional vision to improve the accessibility and inclusiveness of council infrastructure and services in the region.
18 Jun | Hazard Reduction Burn - Bunya
Moreton Bay Regional Council will conduct a hazard reduction burn on Tuesday, June 19, at Allen Road, Bunya, weather permitting.
14 Jun | Construction begins on MSEC upgrade
Moreton Bay Regional Council has commenced construction on the major $7.8 million Morayfield Sport and Events Centre upgrade.
14 Jun | Hazard Reduction Burn - Ningi
Moreton Bay Regional Council will conduct a hazard reduction burn on Friday, June 15 at Grice Crescent Reserve, Ningi, weather permitting.
07 Jun | First smart tech announced for The Mill
Moreton Bay Regional Council has today announced one of the first smart technologies to be delivered at The Mill at Moreton Bay: a smart lighting and city network system.
01 Jun | Lifestyle Budget Kicking Goals for Locals
Moreton Bay Regional Council’s record $622 million Budget for 2018/19 delivers all the hallmarks of a Moreton Bay Budget - disciplined fiscal settings, continuing finance for catalytic infrastructure investment, and an operating surplus.
29 May | The food truck craze is coming to Caboolture
“Food Trucks @ The Village Green” will see vans, musicians, artists and more will roll out around the newly-completed greenspace in the heart of Caboolture’s CBD.
25 May | Art Awards Winners named
An oil painting from artist Simon DeGroot’s and photographer Sam Scoufos took out top honours at this year’s Moreton Bay Region Art Awards now in its 25th year.
11 May | A step in the right direction for heart health
Moreton Bay Regional Council is encouraging residents to put their best foot forward and sign up as a Walk Organiser to run Heart Foundation Walking Groups within the region.
20 Apr | Moreton Bay remembers
On April 25, Moreton Bay residents will pause to remember the lives lost during World War One.
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).
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.
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”).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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