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Kylie Knight

Kylie Knight has worked in community news for more than 22 years as a journalist, sub-editor and editor, mostly in the Moreton Bay Region. She has edited newspapers and magazines, most recently Moreton Life magazine, and produced content for digital audiences online.

Kylie understands the strength of community news and how a local newspaper can bring a community together, shine a light on unsung heroes and lobby for positive change.

Before her career in journalism, she was a public relations officer for Cancer Council Queensland.



Local News   •   24-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Calling creative industries

Creative industry businesses in the Moreton Bay Region with a big idea or a desire to grow, are being encouraged to be part of the second annual Creative Industries Demonstration Day, presented by Moreton Bay Regional Council. Here’s the details…

Local News   •   24-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Enjoy Music in Park Deception Bay

Kick back, relax and enjoy the Music in the Park event at Deception Bay next weekend. Here’s all the details including who’s performing…

Local News   •   23-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Enjoy Teddy Bears’ Picnic

Pack your teddies and picnic blankets for a free Teddy Bears’ Picnic at Murrumba Downs on March 30. Here’s the details…

Local News   •   23-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Super Coach ready to do battle

Dolphins’ NRL coach Wayne Bennett admits he will have some nerves tomorrow night when his team takes on his former club, the Brisbane Broncos, in the so-called Battle of Brisbane at a place which means so much to him – Suncorp Stadium. He shares his thoughts ahead of the sold-out game…

Local News   •   23-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Easter Extravaganza at Undersea Putt and Play

Hop into Easter at Redcliffe’s Undersea Putt and Play. The popular venue is open all school holidays with great deals on offer and an Easter Extravaganza event that's perfect for the whole family. Here’s the details, how to book and how to win tickets…

Local News   •   23-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Marking hair-raising milestone

The Albany Creek community raised more than $7000 for the Leukaemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave on Friday night. Here’s what they did at the 25th anniversary event…

Local News   •   22-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Mission to boost trade in NZ

Moreton Bay Regional Council Mayor Peter Flannery will lead a second trade mission to New Zealand in May after the first, last November, yielded about $740,000 in sales for local businesses. This visit will have a different focus. Find out more here…

Local News   •   22-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Mayor stokes Battle of Brisbane fire

Forget State of Origin and the mate against mate mantra, we have the ‘Battle of Brisbane’ and it’s mayor against mayor – Moreton Bay’s Peter Flannery against Brisbane’s Adrian Schrinner. Here’s what’s happening ahead of Friday night’s historic Dolphins V Broncos clash…

Local News   •   21-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Players ready as Brisbane battle brews

Dolphins’ NRL prop Mark Nicholls says the squad is ready to face their cross-town rivals, the Brisbane Broncos, at Suncorp Stadium in the blockbuster Battle of Brisbane which has everyone talking. He’s even got a post-try celebration planned to better that of Bronco Reece Walsh…

Local News   •   21-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Suttons Beach Pavilion survey opens

Public consultation on the design of the new Suttons Beach Pavilion at Redcliffe has opened this morning. It’s your chance to have a say on what you want it to look like. See the artists’ impressions and find out how you can voice your opinion…

Local News   •   20-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Enjoy the best of British

Redcliffe Musical Theatre and ROAR Academy will bring their production, Night of the Poms, to the stage at Redcliffe Entertainment Centre for four shows only from March 24-26. Here’s the details and how to get tickets…

Local News   •   20-3-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Photo gallery: Moreton Kids Festival

Headline act JJ, from Cocomelon, was a big hit with families at Moreton Kids Festival with about 8000 people attending the event at Pine Rivers Park yesterday. Check out the photo gallery…

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