Straddie fires flare up NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND – bushfire as at 1.10pm Mon 10 Dec Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) crews are on scene at a bushfire burning on North Stradbroke Island. This fire is burning in an inaccessible area and is posing no threat to property at this […] Continue reading
Stradbroke ferries advise 19.15pm from Russell Island canceled due to maintenance Stradbroke Ferries For all our Southern Moreton Bay Islands friends – please note the 1915 from Russell Island will not be operating tonight as our maintenance team will be working on the vessel. Thanks in advance for your understanding.Continue reading
North Stradbroke Island fire update – Friday 7 December North Stradbroke Island residents may notice fire appliances leaving the island this afternoon. This follows overnight patrols to ensure any hotspots/flare ups within the burnt out area of the recent fire were extinguished. The reins have now been handed over […] 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
Sourced from the ABC news website Election campaign ‘robo-calls’ prompt flood of complaints to communications watchdog 7.30 By Pat McGrath Updated 13 Jul 2016, 6:59am “Australia’s telecommunications watchdog has been flooded with complaints about politicians “robo-calling” voters during the election campaign. The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) says it […] Continue reading
Koala food tree and others icons at risk from vandalism Two significant, iconic trees, including a tier-one, high-value Koala food tree, have been vandalised by hacking, drilling, nailing, and poisoning, and Council is calling on anyone noticing suspicious behaviour to report it to Council or Crimestoppers immediately. Redland City Mayor, […] Continue reading
Council launches cyber respect campaign Redland City Councillors today took a unanimous stand against disrespectful online behaviour by publicly committing not to ‘sledge’ on social media, and encouraging others to do the same. Mayor Karen Williams said councillors today voted to support the development of a #pledgenot2sledge social media campaign […] 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
- From the 'fix' to the 'delivery': How Christopher Pyne's replacement plans to outdo him 25th June 2019Christopher Pyne famously declared himself a "fixer". Now Melissa Price, the woman taking over his old job, has vowed to go further — dubbing herself the "deliverer".Andrew Greene
- Scott Morrison says Donald Trump's trade war with China is causing global collateral damage 25th June 2019Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison will warn the global trading system is under real pressure as the relationship between China and the US continues to deteriorate.Stephanie Dalzell
- ABC, Nine and News Corp bosses demand law changes after AFP raids 25th June 2019In a rare show of public unity, three of the nation's media bosses are demanding greater protections for whistleblowers and journalists after recent police raids.Matthew Doran
- Apartment owners 'stuck with a property that is virtually worthless' after building defects found 25th June 2019Apartment owners around Australia are worried they are living in structurally unsound buildings with little choice but to pay for the defects themselves.Julia Holman
- 'The right thing to do': Victoria's public schools to ban mobile phones from 2020 25th June 2019Victoria's Education Minister announces students in primary and secondary public schools will need to lock up their phones during school hours in a bid to disrupt cyberbullying and get kids talking to each other in the schoolyard.
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