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A popular awards programme that celebrates local achievers in Caboolture and throughout the Moreton Bay region is set to be expanded and given a fresh new look.
Local school students in Caboolture and throughout the Moreton Bay region are being given an opportunity to join a free training programme that will teach them how to start a new business.
Residents in Caboolture and across the Moreton Bay region are set to benefit from council plans to invest over $220 million in major projects within the area before 2025.
The $1.5 million renewal of a skate park and $4m upgrade to a sporting complex at Morayfield, near Caboolture, are among 57 projects to be given priority by Moreton Bay Regional Council.
Caboolture's Multicultural Association is among local groups being supported by Moreton Bay Council's Regional Economic Development Grant.
Caboolture is among many places set to host art-fuelled performances as part of the Moreton Bay's inaugural Anywhere Festival.
A new Moreton Bay Council initiative has been introduced to help businesses in Caboolture and across the region to convert waste into extra revenue.
Young people from Caboolture and throughout Queensland are being invited to nominate for a position on the 26th Youth Parliament.
Caboolture is on the brink of greater expansion, with Moreton Bay Council recently approving an amendment to the MBRC Planning Scheme.
Tennis enthusiasts from Caboolture and throughout the Moreton Bay district are set to benefit from the experience of Tennis Queensland, which has recently signed an agreement to manage the $3 million Narangba tennis centre.