Drug operation targets trafficking on Brisbane’s Southern Bay Islands QPS Media on Jan 19, 2018 @ 8:34pm Police from Capalaba’s Tactical Crime Squad have charged six people with trafficking in dangerous drugs following the closure of Operation Papa Galosh which commenced in February 2017. The operation targeted the supply and distribution […] Continue reading
Quandamooka Festival to benefit from $25,000 funding boost The Quandamooka Festival will receive $25,000 as part of a government commitment to boost tourism numbers in regional Queensland. Member for Redlands, Kim Richards said Queensland Destination Events Program (QDEP) funding supported regional events that celebrated Queensland’s culture, people and idyllic destinations. […] Continue reading
Redlands to celebrate Queensland Women’s Week Women and girls in the Redlands are gearing up to celebrate Queensland Women’s Week 2018, which runs from 3-11 March 2018. Local member for Redlands Kim Richards said she was thrilled to announce the Redlands Centre for Women had received a grant to help […] Continue reading
Firstly, a word from our sponsors, The Queensland Government: It is, admittedly old and out of date, but it IS on their facebook page, so let us work with what we have… Skip to the bottom for the latest news and an audio interview with our dentist….HERE […] Continue reading
Once upon a time there was a novel election campaign, The Cash Cow. Our current Councillor, Mark Edwards began his tilt for Council sometime in late 2008, continuing it through the end of the year and into the next year’s State election. He failed in his efforts for a State […] Continue reading
Each year Redland City Council recognises outstanding residents and community organisations through our Australia Day Awards. You can nominate a person or an organisation from this page – award categories are listed below. Please note: All nominees must be Australian citizens and residents of Redland City. The online form […] Continue reading
It has been almost 70 years, but the ‘not-just-annoying’ pest has (ahem) bugged us before. The little bitches (the females are the ones that bite – I don’t know the name for a female mossie, so ‘bitch’ will do nicely) are seldom found more than 100 -200 metres from home. […] Continue reading
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14 December 2017 Fresh global focus on economic development for Redlands The Redlands Economic Development Advisory Board’s newest member needs little introduction. John Aitken is well known for his achievements as former CEO of Brisbane’s economic development organisation, Brisbane Marketing including establishing Brisbane’s new world city positioning globally, and delivering […] Continue reading
As an extra bonus, we have two reports on the one topic. Tanya Buxton who used to be with Bay Island News (print edition) and the official release from the Macleay Island Progress Association.. read and enjoy.. 🙂 Oh, by the way, this is how it used to look (I […] Continue reading
Redlands celebrates volunteers More than 150 community members will be thanked at Redland City Council’s annual volunteers’ brunch on Saturday 2 December. Volunteers from a range of community programs including the arts, sports, cultural and environmental groups, as well as emergency services, will be acknowledged at the event at the […] Continue reading
School holiday fun in the Redlands Kids across the Redlands are spoilt for choice these school holidays with Christmas craft, robotics, portrait art, nature treasure hunts, and writing and illustration workshops headlining a jam-packed program of events on offer. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council was again offering an […] Continue reading