Sudden Death on Russell Island It was reported to me yesterday that Wildlife carer Sharon Keegan had been found dead at her home on Thursday 6/6/19. Helen Stanek gave me a call on Friday to let me know. There are, at this time, no suspicious circumstances and the matter […] Continue reading
House fire on Russell – details to follow Here are the images, only an hour or so old, courtesy Debbie Hoffman. There were various reports on Facebook, thankfully no fatalities. Although it was reported that a man was medevaced with burns to his feet. From RACQ Life Flight: ” […] Continue reading
Planned temporary water shutdowns for Redlands Coast areas in May and June Planned temporary water shutdowns for Redlands Coast areas in May and June. Residents in parts of Mount Cotton and on three Southern Moreton Bay Islands will experience temporary overnight water supply interruptions over May and June as […] Continue reading
Typical Abbott “In my judgement he was Labor’s greatest prime minister. But his key achievements – financial deregulation, tariffs cuts, and the beginnings of privatisation – went against the Labor grain, as Labor’s more recent policy direction shows. You might almost say he had a Labor heart, but a […] Continue reading
MEGS PRESENTS A MUSICAL ODYSSEY Saturday 20th October Doors open 7pm for 7:30pm start… We are excited to invite you to a Macleay Island special event. 🎵🎵A MUSICAL ODYSSEY🎵🎵 This time we are bringing some of the most talented islanders together for one night to perform their own original […] Continue reading
FREE FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT Produced by Macleay Lions Club FERDINAND FREE FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT BRING YOUR BLANKET Produced by Macleay Lions Club Directed by Darrell (The Flying Scotsman) FREE FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT At the Macleay Island Primary School Saturday 20th October at dusk (about 6.00pm) Bring the Family and make a night […] 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
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
- 'Crushed bodies and shattered bones': Xi Jinping issues threat as dissenters shift tactics 13th October 2019Tearing a page out of ancient Chinese military philosophy, black-clad protesters in Hong Kong change tactics and wreak havoc by popping up in small groups in multiple locations across Hong Kong.
- Hundreds of IS relatives escape camp as Turkey escalates, Trump withdraws 13th October 2019More than 700 foreigners affiliated with the Islamic State group — mostly women and children — escape from a camp in northern Syria when the Kurdish-held town it is located in came under attack by Turkish forces.
- Japan defeats Scotland, reaching Rugby World Cup quarter-final despite Typhoon Hagibis 13th October 2019Japan emerges victorious over Scotland after being roared on by a delirious red-and-white-clad crowd as it becomes the first tier-two team to reach the last eight since Fiji in 2007.
- Should Australians be charged for driving in the CBD? 13th October 2019A congestion charge for driving in the CBD during peak hour is once again being pushed, and a new report says it would be easy, cheap and speed up traffic across all major cities.Rachel Clayton
- Zetta is just 18. She's been couch surfing for a year 13th October 2019After a year of couch surfing, Zetta Clifford could be forced to relocate to the mainland to find affordable accommodation, amid Tasmania's housing crisisJessica Hayes And Laura Beavis
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