Woman struck by train, Lindum ABC News report about Fatality and train timetable disruptions HERE myPolice on Feb 26, 2019 @ 9:17pm Police are investigating an incident which occurred this afternoon at Lindum. At 5.10pm a 70-year-old woman was struck by a train at the Kianawah Road level crossing. The […] Continue reading
Council security camera policy to include antisocial behaviour Redland City Council has responded to a request from the community to broaden its security camera policy to include the term antisocial behaviour. Mayor Karen Williams said the term had been added to the policy section that described the cameras’ purpose, with […] Continue reading
Andrew Laming secures CCTV for Weinam Creek It has been a long time coming, a very long time. After continual changes and buck passing as to responsibility, Andrew Laming has been the one who seems to have delivered on the Weinam Creek CCTV debacle – In a recent Msg, via […] Continue reading
Redlands Coast supports SEQ City Deal Proposal Redland City Mayor Karen Williams has thrown her support behind a Queensland Government and Council of Mayors (SEQ) joint proposal to the Federal Government for a City Deal. The Transforming SEQ proposal – announced by Deputy Premier and Treasurer Jackie Trad and […] Continue reading
SMBI Sector Workshop: Economic Development and Social Enterprises Tuesday 4th September at the Macleay Community Hall DESCRIPTION In response to the 23 April stabbing death on Macleay Island, the President of the Macleay Island Progress Association wrote to Cr Mark Edwards, Kim Richards MP and Andrew Laming MP seeking […] Continue reading
Quandamooka Coast Claim By Lindsay Hackett A letter to Council To Whom It May Concern, I have attached for your information a copy of my latest letter to Council about the subject Claim. Use any of the information as you wish, provided only that you do so to support my […] Continue reading
Invitation to SMBI Community Wellbeing Meetings All welcome: Please send this invitation to everyone on Russell, Macleay, Lamb, Karragarra and Perulpa Islands Six workshops have been called in the lead up to a SMBI whole-of-government roundtable meeting in September 2018. These workshops aim to enable community members and […] Continue reading
I got a call from an Indian Telstra scammer The lengths the guy goes to are just sooo stupid it is bloody hilarious. More than 10 minutes in he finally gets the message when I have to say ‘repeat after me’ LOL This is the MP4 Here is the link […] Continue reading
New bespoke Redlands Coast canoe and kayak pontoon now open Redland City Council has completed a new purpose built canoe and kayak launching pontoon at Raby Bay Esplanade Park, Ormiston. Redland City Mayor, Cr Karen Williams said the $600,000 pontoon construction project, opened today with the removal of bunting, […] Continue reading
It’s never too late to learn to read or write! You can close the book on any notions of Redland Libraries being stuffy, dark, book depositories, thanks to their increasing range of engaging programs and events that provide a variety of learning opportunities for people of all ages. Redland City […] Continue reading
Exchange trees for weeds at August community event August 2, 2018 Redlands Coast homeowners are up for free native trees in August as IndigiScapes urges residents to become biosecurity-aware and rid their properties of invasive pests. Redland City Mayor, Karen Williams said whether you’re on the islands or the mainland, […] Continue reading
Security camera policy uses the power of partnerships Redland City Council will work with the Queensland Police and key State Government agencies to implement a new security camera policy adopted at Council’s General Meeting. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said a key part of the new policy was entering […] 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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