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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   •   17-5-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Woodford Folk Festival is back for 2022

The iconic Woodford Folk Festival will definitely return this year after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19. Here’s what we know about this year’s event…

Local News   •   17-5-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Don’t miss Night Fever at Redcliffe

You Should be Dancing at Redcliffe Markets’ Night Fever event at the Redcliffe foreshore on May 21. Here’s what we know about the boogie time bash…

Local News   •   17-5-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Help ease the Brisbane Convoy for Kids load

Planning for this year’s Brisbane Convoy for Kids is in top gear and organisers are looking for sponsors and volunteers to help ease the load. They’re also looking for trucks to join the convoy. Here’s how you can help…

Local Stories   •   16-5-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Dolphins reveal next signing

The Dolphins are bringing another Queenslander home after securing the signature of a State of Origin representative. Here’s what we know…

Moreton Bay Region Weather   •   16-5-2022  •   Kylie Knight

How to apply for flood disaster assistance

Personal hardship disaster assistance has been extended to residents affected by recent severe weather and flooding in the Moreton Bay Regional Council area. Here’s how to apply…

Local News   •   9-5-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Final farewell to ‘true gentleman’ Peter Craig

World War II and Korean War veteran Peter Craig has been farewelled in a moving service honouring his service to the Royal Navy and Royal Australian Navy, but also a life filled with love, laughter, conversation, order and roses.…

Local News   •   4-5-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Walk to shine light on domestic violence

Eleven members of the Richardson and Wrench Caboolture team will walk 110km in May to raise awareness of domestic and family violence. The distance reflects the number of people whose lives are cut short, on average, each year across Australia. Find out how you can support the Darkness to Daylight Challenge…

Local News   •   1-5-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Join in Red Ride to stop domestic violence

There is still time to register for this year’s Moreton Bay Red Ride, which will raise awareness of domestic and family violence and funds for a DV shelter on May 14. The ride ends with a car show ‘n’ shine event at Woodford Showgrounds.…

Local News   •   30-4-2022  •   Kylie Knight

North Lakes Lions celebrate 15 years

Members and guests celebrated North Lakes Lions Club’s 15th birthday this week, reflecting on their work in the community and the strong friendships made. We were there to share in the celebrations…

Local News   •   29-4-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Warriors taking ‘whatever-it-takes’ attitude into Raiders clash

The Warriors will take a ‘whatever-it-takes’ attitude into their must-win home game against the Canberra Raiders at Moreton Daily Stadium tomorrow. Here’s what injured captain Tohu Harris and halfback Shaun Johnson had to say…

Local News   •   29-4-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Honouring SES volunteers at Warriors’ clash

SES volunteers from the Moreton Bay Region, Brisbane and Redlands will be honoured at tomorrow’s clash between the NZ Warriors and Canberra Raiders in a tribute to be shared with the community and NRL fans…

Local News   •   29-4-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Preparing to farewell a gentleman

Family, friends and members of the veteran community have been saddened by the sudden death of World War II veteran Peter Craig on ANZAC Day. The Kippa-Ring ‘gentleman’ will be farewelled during an open funeral service on May 6. …

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