Bite Markets Overwhelming Success

Bite Markets at North Harbour in the Moreton Bay Region has had initial overwhelming success. Cars headed for the markets have queued for ten-of-kilometres in anticipation of great food and entertainment. One Facebook user said: “Just left, big queues to get in now, worth it though, its great.” According to their website, Bite Markets at North Harbour will be open ...

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Moreton Bay Region Councillor Declares Perceived Real Estate Conflict of Interest

In a recent Moreton Bay Regional Council meeting, Councillor for Division 11, Darren Grimwade declared a ‘perceive conflict of interest’. The conflict of interest declared was in relation to Cr Grimwade being a Director of Grimwade Property Group, which according to Australian Business Register and Australian Securities and Investment Commission records was registered on Friday, 16 November 2018. However, Cr ...

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Cr Adrian Raedel Helps Raise Tens-Of-Thousand-Of-Dollars for Community Groups

Moreton Bay Regional Councillor, Adrian Raedel, who has announced he will be running for Mayor at the next council election, is well known for his unorthodox approach, when it comes community engagement. And supporting community groups in their fundraising efforts is no different. The use of Cr Raedel’s equipment at no cost to community groups, which includes outdoor movie equipment, ...

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Moreton Police District Monument Fundraising Target SMASHED by Community

The Moreton Bay Region community came together to smash a fundraising target, which was set to raise funds that will go towards building a monument in the new Moreton Police District Memorial Garden. This monument will ensure the Moreton Bay community remember those police that have given the ultimate sacrifice (their life) to protect the community. 101.5FM – 4OUR Moreton ...

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World Comes Together in Canberra

The world has come together in Canberra for the 2019 Multicultural Festival. This festival has seen huge crowds of people from many backgrounds come together to enjoy each others cultures, entertainment and food. According to he National Multicultural Festival website, this festival began in 1996 and has since evolved into the biggest occasion on Canberra’s event landscape. In the very ...

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