Tony Gilson and Stephanie Todd address Council Today, 19th April, two Islanders addressed Council about differing matters. I have cropped (Oh, what fun) the looong video from the Council’s site down to the address by the Islanders. As usual, I have both the MP4 file, which you can download […] Continue reading
ANDREW LAMING’S VISIT TO RUSSELL ABOUT MOBILE TOWERS While I was unable to attend the meeting, Chris Conner and Tony Gilson were both there. Chris has given permission to use the video he took of the event. Tony has written a very good piece about the day’s event. Just to […] Continue reading
Coffee with a cop success on Macleay Island Acting Sergeant Brendon Winslow on Mar 26, 2018 @ 3:43pm Tuesday’s coffee with a cop at the Blue Parrot Cafe on Macleay Island was as successful an event as we have ever hosted. With Sergeant Dave Purcell and his partner in crime Senior […] Continue reading
Break and enter charges, Macleay Island. Child Safety assisted by Russell Island police. This report is in two parts. Firstly the official police notice, below. Secondly, information I have been able to glean from either police or others. OIC Macleay Island on Mar 23, 2018 @ 12:03pm On March 15, […] 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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Volunteer call-takers urgently needed for injured wildlife The Redlands 24hr Wildlife Rescue (RWR) service urgently needs more phone roster volunteers to join the dedicated team who facilitate the rescue and care of sick, injured or orphaned wildlife in the Redlands. Redland City Mayor, Karen Williams said the service is a […] Continue reading
Entries open for the 2018 Redland Art Awards Entries are now open for the prestigious Redland Art Awards, a contemporary biennial painting competition open to all Australian artists and presented by Redland Art Gallery which just last month celebrated its 15th anniversary . Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said […] Continue reading
Donovan headlines Cleveland’s Queen’s Baton party Acclaimed songstress will headline a free community celebration in Cleveland to welcome the Queen’s Baton to the Redlands on Easter Saturday, 31 March. The Australian Idol winner and Indigenous actress will be part of a top-class show that will also include the Fergies, the […] Continue reading
Project Tote exhibition – for the love of the Redlands Redland Art Gallery, Capalaba will soon be toting a new exhibition with a local flavour that is sure to delight. Project Tote – opening on Saturday 24 March and inspired by the art gallery volunteers’ love of the Redlands […] Continue reading