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   •   4-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Don’t miss lively cultural mashup

Think German beer, pretzels, folk dancing versus shamrocks, leprechauns, Guinness and the Irish Jig and you’ll get a sense of what the St.Patricks Day VS Marchtoberfest event at Redcliffe will be like next month. Here’s the details and how to get tickets…

Local News   •   3-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Bromwich named captain at season launch

The Tivoli was packed with Dolphins NRL supporters, sponsors, partners and those with deep connections to the club for their season launch tonight. They were there as Jesse Bromwich was named the Dolphins’ inaugural captain. See the photos…

Local News   •   3-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Human rainbow flag launches Moreton Bay PrideFest

Hundreds of Moreton Bay Region locals, including business leaders, Councillors and school children have today created a human pride flag to celebrate the launch of Moreton Bay PrideFest. Here’s the details and how to get tickets to the event…

Local News   •   3-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Perfect spot to say ‘I love you’

Newport Marketplace’s Si Baby and Fishport Gourmet Seafood restaurants have created special menus sure to delight lovers this Valentine’s Day. Here’s what’s happening…

Local News   •   3-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Gym celebrates first year

Gold’s Gym Kippa-Ring recently celebrated its first birthday and a year of helping build a strong, healthy, and safe community, inside and outside the gym. Here’s what’s been happening…

Local News   •   2-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

New neighbourhood centre for Bribie

Bribie Island will soon be home to a new, purpose-built neighbourhood centre, with the current building at Bellara to be demolished and replaced as part of a $3 million commitment from the State Government…

Local News   •   2-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Hobson’s latest novel hits the shelves

For author Ben Hobson, the release of his third novel is just as exciting and nerve-racking as his first. We chat to the Bribie Island State High School teacher as his book, The Death of John Lacey, hits the shelves…

Local News   •   2-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Nominate Mango Hill Woman of Year

Mango Hill Marketplace is calling on the community to nominate local women, making a difference, to be in the running for its Women of the Year 2023 awards. Here’s the details …

Local News   •   1-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Night to Shine comes to Warner

Emerge Church will host a Night to Shine 2023, a ‘prom night experience’ for people with special needs, at Warner this month. Here’s the details …

Local News   •   1-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

See Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race from Redcliffe

Australia’s second biggest yacht race, the Brisbane to Gladstone, enters its 75th year this Good Friday and the best waterfront vantagepoints to catch the action are in Redcliffe. While Redcliffe Festival of Sails is not on this year, the Good Friday Markets will take over the clifftops above. Here's the details…

Local News   •   1-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Redcliffe to host memorial event

Queensland police officers, the community and the families and friends of murdered officers Rachel McCrow and Matthew Arnold will come together for a memorial day at Redcliffe. The fundraiser will be a day of rugby league, entertainment and a chance to show support for Queensland police. Here’s the details…

Local News   •   1-2-2023  •   Kylie Knight

Delay to Youngs Crossing flood fix

Work has been delayed on a flood fix for Youngs Crossing, with construction now to start later this year - almost 12 months later than expected. Here’s why…

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