Media Releases

Pine Rivers Police – more mobile, more visible, more often

March 09, 2020

Plans are underway in Pine Rivers for a mobile police beat that will see local police, more visible, more often in the local community.

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First 5 Forever gives Moreton Bay children a great start

March 02, 2020

The Palaszczuk Government announced $26,564 for Moreton Bay Regional Council to present First 5 Forever early literacy programs. Member for Pine Rivers, Nikki Boyd said this is a positive initiative for the community. “The First 5 Forever program recognises the importance of literacy and language development in the first five years of a child’s life and provides families with information, resources and support to encourage them to talk, re...

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New bus stop infrastructure for Moreton Bay

February 29, 2020

More than $382,000 is being invested by the Palaszczuk Government in bus stop upgrades in partnership with council across the Moreton Bay Region. Member for Pine Rivers Nikki Boyd said five of the 25 bus stop upgrades for the Moreton Bay Region were in the Pine Rivers area.

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Pine Rivers Special School excited about newest project

February 19, 2020

Tradies are ready to hit the ground running on the construction of a new building at Pine Rivers Special School. Member for Pine Rivers Nikki Boyd said Dickinson Constructions have been awarded the contract to build the $10.67 million learning centre, supporting 32 full-time jobs.

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Linkfield link finished early

February 03, 2020

The Palaszczuk Government has finished works on the Linkfield Road overpass’ new on-ramp. It gives drivers a dedicated left-turn lane onto the Gympie Arterial Road northbound, eliminating the need for motorists to merge with through traffic.

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Council to receive funds to fight illegal dumping

January 29, 2020

The Palaszczuk Government is providing $145,438 in funding to Moreton Bay Regional Council to help crack down on illegal dumping.

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