OIL SPILL CLEANED UP (Just a picture, not the Oil Spill) Three men and a truck (NOT three men and a baby) eventually arrived at Lamb Island with all the necessary equipment to absorb the oil spill on the road. First Officer Noel Walker can speak for himself, as he […] Continue reading
LAMB ISLAND OIL SPILL There has been an oil spill on Lamb Island. At approximately 12.30 a bus attempting to board the 12.30 Vehicular barge clipped it’s sump, pouring oil out. The barge, quite rightly, refused boarding of the bus, which then proceeded Eastward up Lamb Island, leaving a […] Continue reading
REMEMBRANCE DAY ON MACLEAY News on Violent Incident on Macleay Coffee with a cop at the Organic Market Pictures of Remembrance Day Exclusive news on the NBN – Good news Andrew Laming’s excellent Remembrance Day speech Quite the busy weekend. It kicked off with ‘Saturday’s Coffee with a Cop’ at The Organic Market […] Continue reading
VIOLENT INCIDENT ON MACLEAY POSSIBLE DRUG RELATED UPDATE 8/11/18 3pm I was advised this afternoon that Craig Ryan has been released on bail, possibly on his own undertaking. The incident took place on the Southern corner of William and Arthur Streets. At about 4.30pm yesterday afternoon an incident took place […] Continue reading
Dinner and a Documentary movie (or two) On Saturday 28th April, there will be an event held on Russell Island at 6.30pm. Ann Hagan feels strongly about the threats that the Adani coalmine project pose, I agree and so, here is the post which Ann uploaded to Facebook and information […] Continue reading
Queen’s Baton Relay Cleveland Community Celebration When: Saturday 31 March 2018 from 8:30am-12:30pm Where: Community Celebration – Raby Bay Harbour Park, Shore St West, Cleveland Baton Route: Starting at the Cleveland Point Reserve 9am and travelling to Waterloo St Cleveland (stopping at Raby Bay Harbour Park around 9:40am) Photography […] Continue reading
Where did the ticket office go? I was digging around and found this gem. Dated August 2012, it even outlines the draft plan, almost in it’s entirety – except for the ticket office which was shown to us, but never appeared in reality! Here is the PDF od the full […] Continue reading
Have your say on dogs, parking and other proposed local law amendments from 23 May All members of the community are invited to have their say on a collection of draft local law amendments put before Redland City Council’s General Council meeting this week. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams […] Continue reading
Council Cover up or just Council Copycat? Perhaps Contempt? Cut and paste. We all do it. It’s so easy, where on Earth would we be without the Ctrl C and Ctrl V combinations? (Ctrl C is copy, Ctrl V is paste) It’s one of the first things that computer users […] Continue reading
Councillors elect a new Deputy Mayor Councillors elected Cr Lance Hewlett as Redland City’s new Deputy Mayor at the General Meeting this week. Redland City Mayor, Karen Williams congratulated Cr Hewlett on his appointment. “I look forward to building on and strengthening the leadership legacy delivered in partnership with […] Continue reading
Business as usual for kerbside recycling collection in the Redlands It is business as usual for Redland City Council’s kerbside recycling collection service with yellow-topped recycling bins continuing to be collected fortnightly from every Redland residence. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council has just renegotiated a two-year extension […] Continue reading
- Adelaide to be home to Australia's new space agency 11th December 2018South Australia beats strong national competition to house the Australian Space Agency, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison describing it as a "launching pad to triple Australia's space economy".Caroline Winter And Leah MacLennan
- Desperate May flies to Europe with little hope of Brexit renegotiation 11th December 2018A day after delaying a vote on her Brexit deal, British Prime Minister Theresa May flies to Europe in a last-ditch attempt to renegotiate certain controversial aspects of the deal. But the EU Commission head says there is no wriggle room.
- Russia's 'Werewolf Killer' jailed for life after murdering 80 'fallen women' 11th December 2018Former police officer Mikhail Popkov confesses to dozens of homicides in the 1990s and 2000s, targeting women he viewed as being morally unfit, offering to give them rides in his car, often while wearing his uniform.
- Chinese court orders iPhone ban in patent dispute 11th December 2018A Chinese court orders a ban on several iPhone models for violating two patents of chipmaker Qualcomm Inc, but Apple says all of its phone models remain on sale on the mainland.
- The carry-on crackdown might stop locker hogs, but could mean more 'chaos' 11th December 2018If you've ever had your carry-on luggage weighed before boarding a flight, you'll know what an arduous process it can be. But let's examine the pros and cons of this widening crackdown.Alle McMahon
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