News update on November’s Breakfast Event

12 November 2021

Not only is November the launch of our new Member Insight “What If?” Discussion Series.

But! we will also have Jodie Powell and Chris Buzacott from the recently launched Moreton Daily News:

Moreton Daily News

Moreton Daily is the home of free community news and lifestyle content for Moreton Bay

Region and its locals. Delivered fortnightly to 150,000 driveways.

We are independently owned by a local not-for-profit organisation and our content reflects

the views of the community in an unbiased and non-political manner.

We’re part of the everyday life of our community, covering an area from Bribie Island and

Woodford in the north, to Redcliffe and North Lakes in the east, Samford and the Hills

community to the south – and everywhere in between!

Our journalists use various platforms spanning digital and print to keep the community

informed about breaking news that affects them, encouraging community discussion and

delivering rolling coverage of major events.

Spanning news, community, business, and lifestyle, Moreton Daily delivers free, positive

content created and curated by reputable journalists and community contributors.

Our team of editors, journalists, sales executives and marketing professionals are deeply

connected to their communities. This means that Moreton Daily serves our readers and our

clients in a way no other media can across Moreton Bay Region.

About Jodie Powell

Jodie has extensive experience in print and online media spanning community, regional and metropolitan mastheads, as well as corporate communications.

She believes local newspapers have a crucial role to play in advocating for residents, and supporting local organisations, events, charities and sporting groups, as well as celebrating important milestones in our communities.

A passionate story teller, she prides herself on delivering successful community campaigns to highlight issues of importance to reader


About Chris Buzacott

Chris is a passionate advocate for community news, with an emphasis on delivering multi-platform advertising and marketing campaigns to champion local businesses.

During more than a decade at NewsCorp, he worked across community, regional and metropolitan platforms, firmly focussed on understanding the needs of clients and working with them to develop and deliver the best solutions and audience.

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Leonard Whittaker

Leonard Whittaker is the Principal of Action Cycle Learning, an active member of the Chamber he serves on the Cultural Inclusiveness Committees as well as acting as the Chamber's Administrator. He is also achieved the designation of Chamber Lifetime Membership.

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