New bespoke Redlands Coast canoe and kayak pontoon now open Redland City Council has completed a new purpose built canoe and kayak launching pontoon at Raby Bay Esplanade Park, Ormiston. Redland City Mayor, Cr Karen Williams said the $600,000 pontoon construction project, opened today with the removal of bunting, […] Continue reading
Missing man, Macleay Island myPolice on Sep 17, 2018 @ 4:22pm Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate 29-year-old Adam Goedhart, reported missing from Macleay Island. Adam was last seen at a Tukkeri Street address at 10am today and has not been seen or heard from since. He is […] Continue reading
$100,000 FOR DODGY DOGGY DIET ? Our state government has decided that $100,000 is a justified expense, ahead of community needs. An emergency boat ramp was identified as a priority for Russell Island as the southern half has no escape route off the island by barge or ferry. I ask […] Continue reading
Copied directly from facebook from a so-called ‘friend’ Sarah Sanders Conversation information Sarah Sanders Notifications Shared Photos Messages Sarah Sanders You’re friends on Facebook Claim Agent at Facebook HQ Lives in Menlo Park, California 08:33 You are now connected on Messenger. Sarah is waving at you! Wave Hello Tim How […] Continue reading
Macleay Island Community Library News A visit by the Redland City Library Outreach Service Jo Jones and Emily Leinsper, from the Outreach Service of the Redland City Library, made a courtesy visit to our Library last month. Even though the Macleay Island Community Library is an independent entity under […] Continue reading
A BREAKTHROUGH FOR MS SUFFERERS – MAYBE. MRI scan Yes, this could be called ‘all about me’, I suppose.But there are 23 million sufferers out there, so I’m not alone. Many of you have seen the videos I posted, up to two years ago, as I battled to regain the […] Continue reading
We can’t say we weren’t warned, BOM forecast it, and boy, did they get it right. Islanders are rediscovering the joys of the lovely sound of ‘squelch, squelch’ as once dry feet go for a restricted swim inside shoes… The disturbing thing is the depth of water covering the roads […] Continue reading
The Healthy & Active Program is coming to the SMBI’s – both events are on Russell Island, and they’re FREE!! Programs start next week and run for 10 weeks (throughout the school Term 1). Kid’s Mini Games Fun and active games and exercises to challenge the mind and body. Every […] Continue reading
Community groups urged to apply for funding Member for Redlands Kim Richards is urging local community groups to apply for funding under the next round of Gambling Community Benefit Fund, which opened yesterday last Thursday. Ms Richards said community groups in the Redlands region are able to apply for […] Continue reading
Refillable cups, reusable wraps and pouches and metal straws are all alternatives to single use plastics Make ‘No Plastic Bags’ your New Year resolution for 2018 Redland City Council’s environmental education centre, Indigiscapes is encouraging Redlanders to create a new habit by trading plastic bags for more sustainable options. […] Continue reading
The good news: 44672 square metres 11 acres in the old measurements 4.4672 in Hectares The questionable news: 1180 metres to walk via existing roads to the ferry – Ed. Strategic purchase to ease SMBI residents’ car parking issues Council recently purchased Moores Farm at Weinam Creek, Redland Bay, to […] Continue reading
- The winners and losers in the NSW election 23rd March 2019After polls predicted the Coalition would struggle to retain power in NSW, voters delivered surprisingly few changes to the Parliament — but a few new faces could make a big difference to the state's future. Here's who won and lost.Laura Gartry
- Why the election result will expose Coalition's cracks 23rd March 2019In front of the cameras, Gladys Berejiklian's Government was celebrating — but behind the scenes, many Liberal MPs are furious with the Nationals, and their Coalition colleague's collapsing vote.Sarah Gerathy
- Theresa May under pressure as anti-Brexit protesters take to the streets 23rd March 2019Protesters opposed to Brexit march through London to demand a new referendum as the deepening crisis over leaving the EU threatens to sink Prime Minister Theresa May.
- Monks ordered to stop scamming faithful with 'bad karma eviction' ceremonies 23rd March 2019Worshippers have been paying up to $19,000 for monks at a popular Vietnamese pagoda to perform "soul summoning" and "bad karma eviction" ceremonies for them, rituals which authorities found were a scam.
- Waratahs stun Crusaders in titleholders' first outing since Christchurch attacks 23rd March 2019The NSW Waratahs snap the Crusaders' record 19-match Super Rugby winning streak with a stirring 20-12 upset of the reigning champions.
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