Redlands Coast honours local heroes Redlands Coast residents who have dedicated their time and talents to helping their community were celebrated at the 2019 Redlands Coast Australia Day Awards at the Alexandra Hills Hotel Function Centre on 22 January. Mayor Karen Williams said the annual awards were a fitting […] Continue reading
Coffee with a Cop Redland Bay Police Station Officer in Charge, Senior Sergeant Stephen Graham invites all Southern Moreton Bay Island and Redland Bay residents to attend an upcoming local Coffee with a Cop. His shout! Senior Sergeant Graham said that the event will be held at the new cafe […] Continue reading
Weinam Creek PDA Project Update – Public Submissions for Housing Lots The public submission process for nine house lots fronting Moores Road, Redland Bay, opens today. The State Government will be taking submissions on the house lots for 20 business days up until 11 February 2019. In November 2018, […] Continue reading
December Crime Wrap, Macleay Island Crime Wrap December Macleay Island OIC Macleay Island on Jan 2, 2019 @ 10:14am Break and Enter Between November 22 and December 6, unknown offenders gained entry to a shed in Arthur Street, Macleay Island and stole eight solar batteries. Between July 1 and December […] Continue reading
Just a thought … Back to Brissie? Just a thought, prompted by a post in the Rocky Point Boating Fishing and Camping Club Russell Island Facebook Group. https://www.redlandcitybulletin.com.au/story/5834786/boatie-18-pushes-for-ramp-upgrades-at-wellington-point/?cs=213&fbclid=IwAR2ys7QIpqzUoIile9SaAra2gHLTYFeNMlnTa2KQJV8i6QvaDa_COEXxKDU An Opinion Piece by Tim Barker Now please don’t take this the wrong way, OK? Hasn’t the Council got enough on […] Continue reading
SMBI 2019 Summer SCHOOL HOLIDAY program For youth aged 10—17 on the islands. All activities are FREEContinue reading
Christmas Ferry Timetable Kindly supplied by BITS (Translink did not have one as of 2pmContinue reading
Success for website during recent crises While I certainly had no intention of profiting from another’s misfortune, that seems to be the way of the news media. My online NewSite (News + Site, tricky huh?) seems to be providing a satisfactory service to Islanders. To a great extent, news and information from […] Continue reading
Symbiotic exhibitions opening in December: Australien Future – Tales of Migration and Shore Birds Visit Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland from 9 December for two related exhibitions by south-east Queensland artist Deb Mostert and the Redlands Coast locals she has mentored. Deb Mostert’s exhibition, Australien Future – Tales of Migration, focusses […] Continue reading
Council introduces new regulated parking areas Editors Note: I was reluctant to publish this, as Council cannot give me any idea of how long the parking periods will be for – none at all. Nor the amount any fines might be. It was fortunate that I had a copy of […] Continue reading
Upsize your bin for Recycling Week and save money To celebrate National Recycling Week (12 to 18 November), Redland City Council is offering a special deal on upsizing household recycling bins. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council was waiving the one-off bin establishment fee when households upgraded from a […] Continue reading
Youth Adventure Day heads to Thornlands Thornlands will be the place to be on Saturday 17 November 2018 when it hosts Redlands Coast’s latest Youth Day Out. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the free Youth Adventure Day, from 11am-3pm at William Stewart Park, Thornlands was the latest in a […] Continue reading
- MAGA teen sues Washington Post for 'falsely accusing' him of racist acts 20th February 2019High school student Nick Sandmann, 16, is seeking $349 million in damages — the amount Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos paid for the Washington Post — over defamation claims.
- Three of May's Conservatives are leaving to join fellow Labour defectors in an independent group 20th February 2019The pro-EU politicians quitting the party describe Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of Brexit as "disastrous", and will join eight MPs from who left the opposition Labour Party to form a new centrist group.
- Meghan Markle broke Royal protocol with New York baby shower. Or did she? 20th February 2019With weeks to go until she gives birth, Meghan is in New York for her baby shower. If the tabloid press is to be believed, the Duchess of Sussex is breaking Royal rules by doing so.Yasmin Jeffery
- India's vigilante cow protectors are reportedly killing dozens of people 20th February 2019At least 44 people were killed and hundreds injured in what are being described as "mob lynchings" by Hindu nationalists that target minorities — and largely go unpunished due to the support of law enforcement.
- Glencore moves to cap global coal output after investor pressure on climate change 20th February 2019The Swiss-based resources giant and Australia's largest coal miner says it will freeze coal production at current levels.Nassim Khadem
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