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.
The Latest from Kylie
Redcliffe Farmers and Artisan Markets has grown significantly in the four years Goodwill Projects has been running the weekly event and Managing Director Mark Power says there are plans to achieve further growth in the next five years. Here’s what is happening
Santa made a surprise visit to children in Redcliffe Hospital’s Paediatric Unit this week, handing out hundreds of gifts donated by Lewis Land Group
Actor and author William McInnes’ affection for the place where some of his most treasured memories were made remains strong and has inspired some of his best work in print and on screen. He chats to us during a visit to Redcliffe
Tickets are now on sale for the 2024 Moreton Kids Festival and the hot tip is to get in early to make sure you don’t miss out, with the event expected to sell out again. Here’s how to get tickets
The Redcliffe Community Christmas Lunch is returning for the first time since 2019, bringing together volunteers, people in need and those looking for company on Christmas Day. Here’s the details and how to register or volunteer
Dolphins’ newcomer Tom Flegler joined his teammates for his first full training session in the heat at Redcliffe this morning – a month early. We asked Jarrod Wallace how he made him feel welcome.
Tributes are flowing for former Moreton Bay Regional Councillor James Houghton who died earlier this week. Community leaders and friends share their thoughts on the man who was passionate about the Redcliffe Peninsula and the Dolphins.
Ausbuild has announced the beneficiaries of its 2023 Community Fund (Moreton Bay) Grant Program, injecting a total of $50,000 into the Moreton Bay community. Here’s the list
The Dolphins NRL side’s Mr Fix-it, Kodi Nikorima, is keen to stay with the club long-term but while his manager and the club discuss a contract extension, he’s focused on working hard in preseason training, claiming the No.6 jersey and playing well from round one. Here’s what he had to say
New traffic lights are expected to be switched on at a busy intersection at Kippa-Ring this week. Here’s what we know