Nick Crockford from Caboolture Herald on Morning Magazine 13-04-2017
Nick Crockford was on air this morning talking about this week's Caboolture Herald's headlines.
The first story is about Valuable memorabilia that was donated to 101.5Fm, That donation had sparked a call for the communities own country music showpiece, the local community radio station is hoping to use this memorabilia to kick start a local museum.
Craig Hewlett has said that the memorabilia that was donated will be display at the Live and Local Country Music Jamboree and Talent Quest on April 29, and also hopes that one day it will be displayed at the local museum, more information can be viewed here http://quest.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx
The second story Nick talked about was the possibility permits where residents may soon be able to manage bats on their own properties, a Moreton Bay Regional Council spokes woman said the Council was helping residents submit applications to the State Government for bats to lawfully manage the bats on their own properties.
Division 3 Councillor Adam Hain said following the governments approval the Council and residents would be able to work on a management plan, Councillor Adam Hain Said that he understands the noise and mess created by flying foxes is a very real concern for the residents who live near bat colonies, more of that story can be viewed here http://quest.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx
The third story talked about was about the Easter Family Fun Day at Morayfield Shopping Center for this weekend, between 5,000 to 10,000 people is expected to come to the Easter Family Fun Day, at the Easter Family Fun Day their will be a live band, competitions and a live snake show, entry is free and their will be wrist bands that you can buy for $10 that event will be held from 10Am to 7Pm.