MACLEAY ISLAND LIONS GARAGE SALE AT OUR NEW SHED 16 PELICAN ST OPPOSITE THE POLICE STATION SATURDAY 18TH AUGUST Come and check it out, we will be trying to empty the shed. 7 am To 12 Noon The food van will be there with hot coffee, cold drinks burgers and […] Continue reading
BITS ferry capacity reached. Is this the ‘tipping point’ ? Recorded on the last Friday of school holidays, 13 July 2018. (Videos – courtesy of Yvonne Merle Beckett) via facebook SMBI Infrastructure & Passenger Ferry Terminals group. The question being asked is whether it was the trolleys or the number […] Continue reading
Tragic death on the waterbus UPDATE No bad news, just some more information. I was coming back from the mainland – actually, no, I was heading over (got to get things right), and was speaking with a deckie (to remains anonymous), he was the guy in duty at the […] Continue reading
Security camera policy uses the power of partnerships Redland City Council will work with the Queensland Police and key State Government agencies to implement a new security camera policy adopted at Council’s General Meeting. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said a key part of the new policy was entering […] Continue reading
Art Exhibition and Japanese Showcase Day Invitation This Friday 1st December students at Russell Island State school will be showcasing and sharing what they have been doing in the Arts Program and Japanese lessons this year. There will be some activities to participate in whilst visiting. Open 8.45am till 2.30pm. Follow the flags […] Continue reading
Over the last few weeks students, staff and families at Russell Island State school have participated in a community sculptural project. Using recycled materials we wove two large fish including eyes made from old fan covers! The fish were then hung on the school fence to coincide with National Recycling […] Continue reading
SANTA PAWS IS COMING TO TOWN! FOR THE FIRST TIME, SE QLD’S ORIGINAL AND BIGGEST DOG COMMUNITY MARKET EVENT, PAWS AT THE PARK, IS HEADING TO REDLAND SHOWGROUNDS WITH OVER 80 STALLS, DOG YOGA, BEST DRESSED COMPETITION AND OF COURSE…PHOTOS WITH SANTA PAWS!Continue reading
Quandamooka Festival brings live mural to Cleveland Library As part of the 2017 Quandamooka Festival, a nine-metre tall mural entitled dabilbahnba – meaning place of saltwater – will soon adorn the Cleveland Library building in Middle Street. Prominent Quandamooka artists, mother and daughter team Sandra and Shara Delaney have been […] Continue reading
Fire Management Planning for your property When Saturday, 10 March 2018, 9am – 12pm Where Redlands IndigiScapes Centre 17 Runnymede Rd Capalaba Description Do you have a Fire Management Plan for your property? Learn more about Fire Management for your property; and balancing fire safety with bushland conservation. Bookings required, […] Continue reading
DIY burn offs not the answer – Council strengthening compliance While extremely dry weather conditions have increased risk of fire across the city, Redland City Council is concerned residents are carrying out their own private burn-offs, putting themselves and the rest of the community at risk. Redland City Mayor Karen […] Continue reading
Council calls for community grant applications Got a great idea for a community focused project? Apply now for a community grant from Redland City Council and turn your ideas into reality. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the latest round of community grants will open next week Friday 2 February, […] Continue reading
The real heroes of the Redlands will be celebrated on Tuesday 23 January 2018 at the annual Redland City Australia Day Awards at the Alexandra Hills Hotel Function Centre. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the awards were a fitting way of thanking those in the community who […] Continue reading
- Adelaide to be home to Australia's new space agency 11th December 2018South Australia beats strong national competition to house the Australian Space Agency, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison describing it as a "launching pad to triple Australia's space economy".Caroline Winter And Leah MacLennan
- Desperate May flies to Europe with little hope of Brexit renegotiation 11th December 2018A day after delaying a vote on her Brexit deal, British Prime Minister Theresa May flies to Europe in a last-ditch attempt to renegotiate certain controversial aspects of the deal. But the EU Commission head says there is no wriggle room.
- Russia's 'Werewolf Killer' jailed for life after murdering 80 'fallen women' 11th December 2018Former police officer Mikhail Popkov confesses to dozens of homicides in the 1990s and 2000s, targeting women he viewed as being morally unfit, offering to give them rides in his car, often while wearing his uniform.
- Chinese court orders iPhone ban in patent dispute 11th December 2018A Chinese court orders a ban on several iPhone models for violating two patents of chipmaker Qualcomm Inc, but Apple says all of its phone models remain on sale on the mainland.
- The carry-on crackdown might stop locker hogs, but could mean more 'chaos' 11th December 2018If you've ever had your carry-on luggage weighed before boarding a flight, you'll know what an arduous process it can be. But let's examine the pros and cons of this widening crackdown.Alle McMahon
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