Russell Island Crime Wrap Burglary On March 14, 2019 an offender has gained entry to a property on Laurel Street, Russell Island and stolen a number of items before decamping. The matter is being investigated by Redland Bay Criminal Investigations Branch. Between March 18 and March 19, 2019 offenders […] Continue reading
One Nation candidate for election to visit SMBI Just a very brief ‘heads up’, there is another candidate on the election. Steve Dickson is no stranger to our neck if the woods, having owned a caravan park in Thornlands. In conversation with Steve, he mentioned that he plans […] Continue reading
Petition being raised to find alternatives to vehicle parking for islanders at Redland Bay. Ian Olsson has raised an E-Petition. Link at the bottom. Posting Date: 12/03/2019 Closing Date: 9/06/2019 TO: The Honourable the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland Queensland residents draws to the attention of the […] Continue reading
Emerald Moon on Weinam Creek meeting “I was honoured to join locals at the Weinam Creek rally on Sunday and support their right to have their voices heard. “While not necessarily a federal responsibility, this issue is emblematic of key concerns that keep popping up for me as the local […] Continue 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
Redlands Coast celebrates volunteers The remarkable efforts of Redlands Coast’s volunteers were recognised by Redland City Council at a special Christmas celebration on Saturday, 1 December. More than 180 volunteers from a range of community organisations – including emergency services and welfare, environmental, sports, arts and cultural groups – attended […] Continue reading
REMEMBRANCE DAY ON MACLEAY Dusty from the Macleay RSL very kindly sent me all the information. So I made a ‘virtual’ brochure from it – a 4 page PDF document. Everything you need to know..Continue reading
Free bus loop to ease hospital parking Council calls on State for free bus loop to ease hospital parking pressures Redland City Council is calling on the State Government to implement a free bus loop servicing Cleveland, marine transport hubs and Redland Hospital. Mayor Karen Williams said she wrote to […] Continue reading
Redland City SES crews are paying it forward in Townsville Redland City SES crews are paying it forward in Townsville, working alongside locals and state agencies to help that community deal with unprecedented flooding. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said four Redlands SES volunteers arrived on Saturday with seven more […] Continue reading
Redlands Coast’s Christmas by Starlight Stars to shine at Redlands Coast’s Christmas by Starlight Sensational songstress Casey Donovan will headline a stellar line-up of performers at Redlands Coast’s premier free family carols event, Christmas by Starlight, on Saturday 15 December at Cleveland’s Norm Price Park – Redland Showground. […] 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
- How the bombings at luxury hotels and churches in Sri Lanka unfolded 21st April 2019Sri Lanka's capital is rocked by six near-simultaneous attacks at churches and hotels on Sunday morning, followed by two further explosions mere hours later.
- Bodies of father, 5yo daughter spotted after they were swept away off rocks on Eyre Peninsula 21st April 2019The search for two people missing off the coast of South Australia's Eyre Peninsula ends tragically as the bodies of a 35-year-old man and his five-year-old daughter are spotted in waters after they were swept from rocks at Cape Carnot.
- Dire diagnosis of hospital woes by medical staff gets meeting brought forward 21st April 2019A day after a blunt assessment of the care and staff crisis at Royal Hobart Hospital by emergency department registrars, Tasmania's Health Minister brings forward a meeting to address the problems — but clinicians warn with flu season imminent, it is still too long to wait.Annah Fromberg
- Eight explosions rock Sri Lanka, curfew called as death toll climbs 21st April 2019Easter Sunday bomb blasts at Sri Lankan churches and luxury hotels kill at least 200 people and injure more than 450, following a lull in major attacks since the end of the civil war 10 years ago.
- Seasteading couple charged as Thai navy boards floating home 21st April 2019Authorities charge American bitcoin trader Chad Elwartowski and his Thai partner, Supranee Thepdet, with violating Thai sovereignty by building a floating home 14 nautical miles off the coast.
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