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
JUST IN Bob Hawke dies, aged 89 Bob Hawke, Australia’s 23rd prime minister, dies aged 89 Mr Hawke led the country and his party from 1983 to 1991, and his contribution to public life helped shape modern Australia. A great conciliator, Mr Hawke’s achievements as prime minister included modernising […] Continue reading
Water reconnected Burst water main at Karragarra Island: latest update 12 May at 11.30am May 12, 2019 11:30am Sunday 12 May 2019 Water restored to Karragarra, Macleay and Lamb Islands Water supply is back on at Karragarra, Macleay and Lamb Islands. Water pressure will build as pipes fill. Seqwater advises […] Continue reading
Water is being turned off to all except Russell Island FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 11 May 2019 Water shutdown begins for Karragarra Island pipe repair Water supply to Lamb, Macleay and Karragarra Islands has been temporarily stopped so that a burst water main can be safely repaired. Some […] 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
WATCH A SCAMMER IN ACTION! LEARN HOW TO AVOID THOSE ANNOYING CALLERS MORE CITIZEN JOURNALISM You know, sometimes (not often enough) it’s a real pleasure running this site. Now I get the opportunity to warn you and actually see how they try to scam a lady. Many thanks to Kevin […] 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
New Redland City Plan adopted Council today adopted a new Redland City Plan and agreed to expedite a potential amendment to further strengthen minimum lots sizes of 400m2 in established residential neighbourhoods. The new plan will come into effect on 8 October 2018. Mayor Karen Williams said now that […] Continue reading
Mayor Williams rolls up her sleeve to give blood Redland City Mayor Karen Williams will be one of over 50 Council staff and elected representatives rolling up their sleeves this month to give blood. And you can do the same! Councillor Williams said it would be her first […] Continue reading
Turn your ideas into reality with a Council community grant From staging cultural events to regenerating wildlife areas, you can make your community-focused project happen with a community grant from Redland City Council. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the first round of community grants opens next […] Continue reading
- 'They have no way to leave': Trapped inside Hong Kong's besieged university 19th November 2019It's been the centre of a days-long standoff with the police. Now a protester reveals what those inside Hong Kong's Polytechnic University are thinking.Zena Chamas And Neelima Choahan
- Residents warned it's too late to leave as NSW bushfire upgraded to emergency 19th November 2019Residents in Colo Heights are told to seek shelter as an intense bushfire burns through large swathes of NSW's Wollemi and Yengo national parks, north-west of Sydney.
- Australian uni considers cutting ties with Prince Andrew after BBC interview 19th November 2019Murdoch University in Perth confirms it is reviewing whether it will continue to support Prince Andrew's Pitch@Palace competition next year, following the Royal's appearance on the BBC where he was questioned over his links to convicted child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.James Carmody
- Australian released by Taliban after three years as hostage 19th November 2019Taliban and Afghan police officials confirm the release of Timothy Weeks and his fellow hostage, American man Kevin King, after three long years in captivity.Siobhan Heanue
- Lyme disease 'nightmare' for former Australian Rural Woman of the Year 19th November 2019Rural Woman of the Year Tanya Dupagne describes her battle with Lyme disease, which she got from a tick in the US, as "a nightmare" that doesn't go away.
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