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
North Stradbroke Island Fire Update 12.00pm Thursday 6 December 2018 Overnight crews continued to extinguish residual hot spots and were able to report the fire intensity is low. Patrols and monitoring will be ongoing as the fire will continue to smoulder in the south-eastern end of the swamp over the […] Continue reading
North Stradbroke Island fire update 1.45pm Wednesday 5 December With heavy rain and decreased fire activity the Local Disaster Coordination Centre (LDCC) will close at 7pm tonight. A Disaster Planning and Operations team will continue to monitor the situation on North Stradbroke Island from Redland City Council offices. The Community […] 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
“Taking a walk through Turtle Swamp wetlands, to no avail in wet land, I did however come across this paradox. After our horrendous time with fires across the islands last year, and early this year, you would think Council would be going all out to protect or most vulnerable […] 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
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
Mayor throws down the gauntlet on getting active Redland City Mayor Karen Williams is challenging Redlanders to get up and get active by registering for one of the fantastic activities on offer in the Redlands Healthy and Active Program which commences on Monday 22 January. “The program is designed to […] Continue reading
- 'Horrific' home invasion saw intruders threaten to cut off victim's finger with an angle grinder 19th July 2019Two teenage boys and a 20-year-old man are charged after allegedly breaking into a Perth house armed with an axe and angle grinder, and threatening to cut off the finger of one of the occupants.Evan Morgan Grahame
- Owners left with 'no rights' as fourth Sydney apartment block abandoned 19th July 2019An owner of an inner-city Sydney apartment tower built and then abandoned over toxic land concerns says he has "no power" after buying a $1 million home.Nick Sas
- Trump's role in hush money payments to porn star revealed in FBI papers 19th July 2019FBI documents suggest that Donald Trump was actively involved in engineering a hush-money payment shortly before the 2016 election to porn actress Stormy Daniels, who said she had a sexual encounter with him, as his aides scrambled to head off a scandal.
- A good short can go a long way to getting your feature film financed 19th July 2019Fledgling creatives flocking to this month's Screen Makers Conference will hear that a short film can give producers and distributors the strongest possible sense of a filmmaker's potential.Malcolm Sutton
- Open horror show as Duval takes 14, Rory shoots 79, Tiger struggles 19th July 2019Some famous names including Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and David Duval have terrible starts to the last golfing major of the year, as the Open returns to Northern Ireland at Royal Portrush after a 68-year gap.
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