Information sought for ‘live’ copper wire thefts Acting Sergeant Brendon Winslow on Dec 31, 2017 @ 1:50pm Bayside residents are asked to keep a lookout for anyone acting suspicious or selling copper wire following a series of ‘live’ copper wire thefts from Energex sites over the last few months. The thefts are […] Continue reading
Severe Thunderstorm Warning – Southeast Queensland for DAMAGING WINDS and LARGE HAILSTONES For people in Logan and parts of Ipswich, Scenic Rim, Gold Coast, Redland City and Brisbane City Council Areas. Issued at 5:44 pm Monday, 1 January 2018. The Bureau of Meteorology warns that, at 5:45 pm, a very […] Continue reading
TOP PRIORITY FOR IMMEDIATE BROADCAST Severe Thunderstorm Warning – Southeast Queensland for DESTRUCTIVE WINDS, LARGE HAILSTONES and HEAVY RAINFALL For people in parts of Ipswich, Logan, Somerset, Scenic Rim, Lockyer Valley, Gold Coast, Brisbane City and Moreton Bay Council Areas. Issued at 2:44 pm Sunday, 31 December 2017. The Bureau […] Continue reading
Missing man, Russell Island QPS Media on Dec 30, 2017 @ 1:18pm Police are appealing to members of the public to help locate a 22-year-old man missing from Russell Island. Ray Quizana (pictured) was last seen at the Roma Street Railway Station on December 21, however has not been seen since. Police […] Continue reading
“Taking a walk through Turtle Swamp wetlands, to no avail in wet land, I did however come across this paradox. After our horrendous time with fires across the islands last year, and early this year, you would think Council would be going all out to protect or most vulnerable […] Continue reading
Macleay Island Community Library News A visit by the Redland City Library Outreach Service Jo Jones and Emily Leinsper, from the Outreach Service of the Redland City Library, made a courtesy visit to our Library last month. Even though the Macleay Island Community Library is an independent entity under […] Continue reading
A BREAKTHROUGH FOR MS SUFFERERS – MAYBE. MRI scan Yes, this could be called ‘all about me’, I suppose.But there are 23 million sufferers out there, so I’m not alone. Many of you have seen the videos I posted, up to two years ago, as I battled to regain the […] Continue reading
We can’t say we weren’t warned, BOM forecast it, and boy, did they get it right. Islanders are rediscovering the joys of the lovely sound of ‘squelch, squelch’ as once dry feet go for a restricted swim inside shoes… The disturbing thing is the depth of water covering the roads […] Continue reading
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Lighting of the Redlands’ Christmas tree The start of the festive season will be celebrated in the Redlands with the lighting of the city’s Christmas tree in Cleveland’s Library Square, on the corner of Bloomfield and Middle streets, on Friday, 1 December. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the event, […] Continue reading
Redland Libraries prescribes Words for Wellbeing A new partnership between Redland City Council, Redland Hospital and health professionals will see Redland Libraries support community health and wellbeing by loaning residents specific books prescribed to them by their doctor. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said that “Books on Prescription” initiatives have […] Continue reading
Now that the election is behind us, I can get back to some of the many media releases from Council.. These include: Exceptional line-up for Redlands’ Christmas by Starlight A stellar line-up of performers is set to dazzle at the Redlands’ premier free family carols event, Christmas by Starlight, on […] Continue reading
In my searches for information (can’t even remember what it was now) I happened upon this remarkable document. Remarkable because it seems to strongly indicate that the recent works at Weinam Creek, (I refer to the infamous 8.5 million dollar bus stop), were planned for, with draft (indicative) plans by […] Continue reading