Weinam Creek New Plans Released Redland City Council has today announced that stage one works for its Weinam Creek redevelopment project will commence in late 2018. The redevelopment will ultimately transform the waterfront of Redland Bay. Council-owned subsidiary Redland Investment Corporation will work with Council to develop stage one, […] Continue reading
MACLEAY ISLAND LIONS GARAGE SALE AT OUR NEW SHED 16 PELICAN ST OPPOSITE THE POLICE STATION SATURDAY 18TH AUGUST Come and check it out, we will be trying to empty the shed. 7 am To 12 Noon The food van will be there with hot coffee, cold drinks burgers and […] Continue reading
BITS ferry capacity reached. Is this the ‘tipping point’ ? Recorded on the last Friday of school holidays, 13 July 2018. (Videos – courtesy of Yvonne Merle Beckett) via facebook SMBI Infrastructure & Passenger Ferry Terminals group. The question being asked is whether it was the trolleys or the number […] Continue reading
Tragic death on the waterbus UPDATE No bad news, just some more information. I was coming back from the mainland – actually, no, I was heading over (got to get things right), and was speaking with a deckie (to remains anonymous), he was the guy in duty at the […] Continue reading
Quandamooka Coast Claim By Lindsay Hackett The Quandamooka Coast Claim was submitted on 8 March 2017 and is now being considered by the Federal Court of Australia. The claim covers the land and waters shown on the map as cross-hatched. Interestingly, this claim does not include Russell Island. Presumably, further […] Continue reading
Doggie Discrimination or Local Law enforcement? My name is Malcolm Swanson, I am a long time resident of Karragarra Island I’ve recently been fined by Redland City Council for having my dog off his leash whilst I was standing just outside my front gate, the dog being only […] Continue reading
MACLEAY ISLAND COMMUNITY LIBRARY MAY/JUNE NEWS With the money raised from our recent Plant and Book sale we have been able to purchase lots of new books. Some of these books have been requested and others are books published in 2018. Below is just a small sample. Readers of […] Continue reading
Priority Development now Permanently Delayed Islanders want to know why and what happened by Tim Barker It was a dreary, drizzly day and cloudy. But there seems to be no “Silver Lining” to this cloud. The Walker Group, seemingly with the blessing of Council have tossed in the towell and […] Continue reading
Help Mayor Williams help the homeless Redland City Mayor Karen Williams is appealing to all Redlanders to join her in helping the homeless as she again participates in the annual Vinnies CEO Sleepout. Cr Williams will swap her comfy bed for a piece of cardboard on the evening […] Continue reading
Redlands Coast – a brand new identity The Redlands is set to emerge with an exciting new identity after Council today agreed to endorse a place brand for the city, following consultation with almost 5,000 locals, business owners and visitors. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the place brand […] Continue reading
State urged to fulfill Redland island ramp pledge Redland City Council has urged the State Government to urgently fulfill its pledge to investigate building a new boat ramp at Russell Island’s Rocky Point. It follows petitions to both Council and the State Government from island residents asking for […] Continue reading
Explore Material Matters at Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland Redlands residents will be treated to a thought provoking art exhibition when Material Matters comes to town on Sunday 3 June 2018. Material Matters, by acclaimed Brisbane-based artist Kay S Lawrence, includes photographic works, sculptures and video. The artworks feature objects […] Continue reading
- New Delhi half-marathon tries radio waves to beat smog 21st October 2018Organisers of New Delhi's half-marathon race have used ultra high frequency radio waves to dispel pollution from a particulate that lodges deep in the lungs and damages the respiratory system.
- Detroit police find 63 foetuses in funeral home 21st October 2018Police remove the remains of 63 foetuses from a Detroit funeral home and regulators shutter the business amid a widening investigation of alleged improprieties at local funeral homes.
- Meghan Markle pulls out of official engagements on Fraser Island 21st October 2018The pregnant Duchess of Sussex will not take part in official engagements during the Royal couple's visit to Fraser Island on Monday, Kensington Palace announces.
- Non-lethal SMART drum line plan released for WA's South West 21st October 2018Ten non-lethal SMART drum lines will be set in the ocean along an 11.5-kilometre stretch of coastline around the South West town of Gracetown in an attempt to prevent shark attacks.
- Which Saudi official is going to tell the Crown Prince that he's wrong? 21st October 2018Saudi Arabia's self-serving admission over the death of Jamal Khashoggi is calculated to get the United States off its back and end the damaging coverage about Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. But this new falsehood is another misstep by the Crown Prince, Adam Harvey writes.Adam Harvey
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