Russell Island Crime Wrap I must apologise, no excuses I just forgot about these. I received the Macleay on the 8th and just got the Russell one today, which reminded me .. oops! Burglary Stealing of or from a motor vehicle and/or vessel Between November 6 and 9, unknown offenders […] Continue reading
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
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
Redlands showcased on the small screen Set to air in March are two television series shot in film-friendly Redland City last year – four-part SBS psychological thriller Safe Harbour and 10-part Australian crime drama series Harrow – both set to give nation-wide and international viewers a taste of what the […] Continue reading
Terminator it isn’t – yet. But a relief for nurses, you betcha! But how far away is it? I recently had to get an MRI scan at PA hospital. For those of you who have never been to the PA, you would not believe how many kilometres of corridors […] Continue reading
Mayor calls for early decision as QCA final report elevates water woes Redland City Mayor, Karen Williams has called on the State Government to make their bulk water price decision by mid-May after the release of the Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) Final Report which imposes even higher water costs on […] Continue reading
Volunteer call-takers urgently needed for injured wildlife The Redlands 24hr Wildlife Rescue (RWR) service urgently needs more phone roster volunteers to join the dedicated team who facilitate the rescue and care of sick, injured or orphaned wildlife in the Redlands. Redland City Mayor, Karen Williams said the service is a […] Continue reading
Entries open for the 2018 Redland Art Awards Entries are now open for the prestigious Redland Art Awards, a contemporary biennial painting competition open to all Australian artists and presented by Redland Art Gallery which just last month celebrated its 15th anniversary . Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said […] Continue reading
Donovan headlines Cleveland’s Queen’s Baton party Acclaimed songstress will headline a free community celebration in Cleveland to welcome the Queen’s Baton to the Redlands on Easter Saturday, 31 March. The Australian Idol winner and Indigenous actress will be part of a top-class show that will also include the Fergies, the […] Continue reading
- Divers encounter gigantic great white shark off Hawaii 18th January 2019A whale carcass draws a shark nearly 6 metres long and weighing in at 2.5 tonnes to a Hawaiian island, allowing divers to swim beside the predator and capture stunning photographs.
- Live: Australia takes on India in third ODI at the MCG 18th January 2019Australia is looking to claim its first ODI series victory in two years in the third and final clash with India at the MCG. Follow all the action in our live ScoreCentre.
- Mum wins 431km hill-running race in record time while expressing breast milk 18th January 2019British ultra runner Jasmin Paris becomes the first woman to win the 431-kilometre Montane Spine Race — all while expressing breast milk for her daughter at checkpoints along the way.
- Barty's Australian Open campaign gathers momentum with third-round victory 18th January 2019Ashleigh Barty wins again, putting aside an injury concern to make the Australian Open fourth round for the first time in her blossoming career.Luke Pentony
- Only 4pc of aged care providers have handed information to royal commission, inquiry hears 18th January 2019Out of almost 2,000 Australian aged care providers invited to shed light on the sector ahead of the royal commission into elder abuse, only 83 have been forthcoming with information, the inquiry hears in Adelaide.Candice Prosser
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