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COVID ON ISLANDS

  COVID ON ISLANDS Announced by Steven Miles, Deputy Premier. Setting up a “pop up” testing facility on Russell and also on other Islands. He announced it on Russell island. Live facebook on now. 1.45pm. Whoops, just finished. Anticipating a press release soon. Inevitable – as I have been saying. […] Continue reading

Southern Moreton Bay Islands ferry terminal upgrades another step closer

    Southern Moreton Bay Islands ferry terminal upgrades another step closer The Southern Moreton Bay Islands Ferry Terminal Upgrades Project has entered an exciting new phase, with Redland City Council and the Queensland Government announcing the tender process for construction of the upgrades was underway. The announcement follows the recent […] Continue reading

GREENS CANDIDATE FOR REDLANDS

  GREENS CANDIDATE FOR REDLANDS   Hi, I’m Carmen. I grew up in Spain, and I lived in England before settling in Queensland. I have lived at Victoria Point for 24 years. I am a senior administration officer at a major university. In my spare time, I enjoy riding my […] Continue reading

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INFRASTRUCTURE

Get on board a Driverless bus This Sunday

Get on board a Driverless bus This Sunday Redlands residents can literally get on board and experience the future of urban transport when the EasyMile EZ10 electric driverless bus hits Middle Street for this Sunday’s Cleveland Markets. Redland City Mayor, Karen Williams said that autonomous buses have the potential to […] Continue reading

Weinam Creek

In my searches for information (can’t even remember what it was now) I happened upon this remarkable document. Remarkable because it seems to strongly indicate that the recent works at Weinam Creek, (I refer to the infamous 8.5 million dollar bus stop), were planned for, with draft (indicative) plans by […] Continue reading

COUNCIL

Council to speak up at 124th LGAQ Conference

  Council to speak up at 124th LGAQ Conference Redland City Council will use October’s Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) conference to advocate for several key issues on behalf of the community, including encouraging more respectful debate in parliament, clearer planning outcomes and regional recognition for local islands. Mayor […] Continue reading