Running Wild- Youth Conservation Culture You asked for it!!! This is the big one people. Lets finish the holidays in a blaze of glory. Grab your mate to enter in to this EPIC challenge. You will be starting at the Tingira Boat Club, Macleay Island and move from checkpoint to […] Continue reading
Local Macleay Island sculpture stolen OIC Macleay Island on Jan 8, 2018 @ 9:28am A sculpture (pictured) that was created by a local artist and donated it to the Macleay Island Progress Association (MIPA) was stolen from the Macleay Island Jetty between 3pm on January 6 and 3pm on January 7. The […] Continue reading
86 days to go until the Commonwealth Games… Queen’s Baton Relay – North Stradbroke Island appearance When: Monday 8 January 2018, 2-4pm Where: Headland Park, Point Lookout, North Stradbroke Island Photography and vision opportunity Join Redland City Mayor Karen Williams and Councillors for the first of two visits the Queen’s […] Continue reading
The Australian newspaper reported a story concerning our Federal member of parliament, Andrew Laming about use of his travel entitlements for business class travel for his family. When this story broke, there was much activity on our local Facebook pages. I contacted Andrew, who indicated his willingness to answer questions. […] Continue reading
Jetty jumping a leap of faith An incident involving a man leaping from the Coochiemudlo Island Jetty in recent months has sparked warnings that serious injuries can result. As the man jumped he hit the dock, dislocated his shoulder and was pulled unconscious from the water by local Surf Lifesaver […] Continue reading
Rebecca Gibney, Russell Crowe, Keith Urban. All Kiwis But we lay claim to them anyway (and Phar Lap too)! Redlands beach tops SLSQ best list North Stradbroke Island’s Cylinder Beach has topped this year’s list of best beaches released by Surf Life Saving Queensland (SLSQ) to mark the start of summer. The […] Continue reading
Dr Carl Rotkirch Dr Rotkirch is an Australian citizen born in Finland, completing his Primary and Secondary Medical Degrees in Switzerland. He trained in Finland, Sweden and Australia across all medical disciplines. Musculoskeletal medicine and Orthopedic Surgery in Finland, Australia, New Zealand and United Arab Emirates. His areas of Special […] Continue reading
Art Exhibition and Japanese Showcase Day Invitation This Friday 1st December students at Russell Island State school will be showcasing and sharing what they have been doing in the Arts Program and Japanese lessons this year. There will be some activities to participate in whilst visiting. Open 8.45am till 2.30pm. Follow the flags […] Continue reading
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The good news: 44672 square metres 11 acres in the old measurements 4.4672 in Hectares The questionable news: 1180 metres to walk via existing roads to the ferry – Ed. Strategic purchase to ease SMBI residents’ car parking issues Council recently purchased Moores Farm at Weinam Creek, Redland Bay, to […] Continue reading
With the perverseness of Mr Murphy and his well known law, the time most likely for Storms, Cyclones and power outages would have to be over the Christmas period. So here are Council’s closure dates for the period.. Council Christmas closure dates 2017-2018 December 14, 2017 All non-essential Council services […] Continue reading
14 December 2017 Fresh global focus on economic development for Redlands The Redlands Economic Development Advisory Board’s newest member needs little introduction. John Aitken is well known for his achievements as former CEO of Brisbane’s economic development organisation, Brisbane Marketing including establishing Brisbane’s new world city positioning globally, and delivering […] Continue reading
As an extra bonus, we have two reports on the one topic. Tanya Buxton who used to be with Bay Island News (print edition) and the official release from the Macleay Island Progress Association.. read and enjoy.. 🙂 Oh, by the way, this is how it used to look (I […] Continue reading