Jodie has extensive experience in print and online media spanning community, regional and metropolitan mastheads, as well as corporate communications.
She believes local newspapers have a crucial role to play in advocating for residents, and supporting local organisations, events, charities and sporting groups, as well as celebrating important milestones in our communities.
A passionate story teller, she prides herself on delivering successful community campaigns to highlight issues of importance to readers.
The Latest from Jodie
The Hills and Districts Chamber of Commerce celebrated another year of success at its annual business awards night at the Arana Leagues Club. See the gallery... **FREE TO READ**
A retired police detective on a quest to find out what happened to Sandrine Jourdan, who went missing from Caboolture eleven years ago, is looking to the community for help. Here's how to get involved...
Get ready to ring in the holiday season with the highly anticipated Pine Rivers Christmas Carols. The event's FREE to attend...
A trio of intrepid sailors from the Endeavour Foundation was treated to a trip on Moreton Bay on South-East Queensland’s only double-hander entrant into this year’s Sydney to Hobart yacht race. Find out more... **FREE TO READ**
Prices Plus at Bribie Island has launched its Gift of Essentials Campaign, which is aimed at spreading joy to those in need. Here's how you can help... **FREE TO READ**
The next stage of the master-planned North Harbour community at Burpengary East has moved a step closer. Find out what's in store... **FREE TO READ**
Thousands of visitors turned out for the Murrumba Christmas Spectacular at John Oxley Reserve on Saturday. Photographer Renae Droop captured all the action in our two mega-galleries... **FREE TO READ**
Santa was the star of the show at the Murrumba Christmas Spectacular at John Oxley Reserve on Saturday. See our gallery of the jolly man in action... **FREE TO READ**
Step into the colourful world of celebrated artist Martin Edge this summer at Pine Rivers Art Gallery. Playful and interactive elements feature in the exhibition. **FREE TO READ**
As Moreton Bay grows, so too does its university – with a major expansion at UniSC soon to be unveiled. Here's what's in store...