Professor Stephen Hawking Dies at 76 I first heard the new on the radio. At least this great man of physics went quietly at home. I still remember getting my hands on his book “A Brief History of Time”. Personally, I had no trouble with the concepts put forward, […] Continue reading
Prepare now for severe weather conditions Redland City Mayor Karen Williams is urging residents – especially those along coastal areas and on the islands – to prepare and act with caution over the next 48 hours. “While Tropical Cyclone Linda has now been downgraded to a vigorous subtropical low, […] Continue reading
The Bureau of Meteorology are pleased to announce the birth of a bouncing baby Cyclone Linda. The cute and cuddly Cyclone was delivered at 4pm on March 13th. She weighed in at a healthy Category One, as was expected. She is expected to maintain her birth weight for the […] Continue reading
PLEASE NOTE JUST IN: Just a note to let you know that council’s self-serve sandbagging facility has changed for Russell Island. It will at Council’s Russell Island Depot, 3-6pm today and tomorrow (Tuesday 13 and Wed 14 March). Prep for the wet – Fill your own sandbags Redland City Council is […] Continue reading
A cautionary tale of thanks… Ok, I know I can make mistakes, we all do; being mere humans – it is our condition. Last night I made a whopper. In the dead of nigh at about midnight, I took my usual 1/2 tablet of Valium (Diazapan). Usually enough to send […] Continue reading
Bay Islands Community Services Inc – sailing lessons We would like to invite you aboard our sailing vessel NEREIDES for an introductory sailing lesson– Cost $5 Each Lesson NEREIDES is a Hood 23 an excellent sail boat for sail training. Duration approx. 4hrs Each Lesson (Sat or Sun some week […] Continue reading
Robyn from Macleay Island Pharmacy is leaving tomorrow after 10 years service. Thank you Robyn. Here is a very short audio interview I did today. I have got to get a better recording device! Turn the volume UP… RobynContinue reading
Fish Habitat Map Competition Submit your fishing spot for a chance to win a Viking Kayaks Australia Profish 35 Fishing Kayak package worth $999. Go to hlw.org.au/fishhabitatmap to register where you like to fish and what species you find there and fill out your details in the registration form to […] Continue reading
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Local laws up for review and future public consultation Providing more designated swimming areas and locations for film and television production are amongst a suite of laws adopted for review in today’s Council meeting. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said following today’s decision Council would now proceed with amending the […] Continue reading
The Driverless Bus came and went on Sunday, as it is supposed to do, I suppose. Unlike Stephenson’s ‘Rocket’ demonstration of the then new transport innovation, trains, this wasn’t marred by any mishaps. There has been much discussion on the Facebook groups, some for the service to be instituted here […] Continue reading
Snag your barbeque prize pack for Neighbour Day Redland City Council is encouraging Redland residents to connect with their neighbours by offering barbeque prize packs to go towards Neighbour Day gatherings this month. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said that Neighbour Day was Australia’s annual celebration of community, […] Continue reading
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