Council team’s Christmas spirit

Council team’s Christmas spirit The Redland Community Centre’s campaign to put smiles on the faces of families less fortunate this Christmas has been given a boost by a generous group of Redland City Council employees. Every payday from October, members of Council’s customer service team have dug deep to buy […]

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Council tags graffiti vandals in Court

Council tags graffiti vandals in Court  Redland City Council has helped provide evidence leading to the successful charging of another Redland graffiti vandal. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the latest wilful property damage vandalism charges against tagger ‘famo’, underscores the benefits of police and community collaboration using the Vandaltrak […]

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Fresh global focus on economic development for Redlands

14 December 2017  Fresh global focus on economic development for Redlands The Redlands Economic Development Advisory Board’s newest member needs little introduction. John Aitken is well known for his achievements as former CEO of Brisbane’s economic development organisation, Brisbane Marketing including establishing Brisbane’s new world city positioning globally, and delivering […]

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Island Centenarian passes

Dear Sir,   The following may be of interest to your readers.   A long term resident of Waikiki Beach Road, Russel Island  Joybelle (known as Joy) Josephine McLurcan nee Schwarz passed away last night in Brisbane at the age of 106 and a half years. She lived independently on […]

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Jetty jumping a leap of faith An incident involving a man leaping from the Coochiemudlo Island Jetty in recent months has sparked warnings that serious injuries can result. As the man jumped he hit the dock, dislocated his shoulder and was pulled unconscious from the water by local Surf Lifesaver […]

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PARLIAMENT SAYS YES

PARLIAMENT SAYS YES Federal Parliament has voted yes to same-sex marriage. It passed with a clear majority – less than four MPs voted no – and will become law in days when it goes to the Governor-General on December 9. There was wild applause in the chamber when the vote […]

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