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Colour change in leak& email to Council

Colour change in leak & email to Council Chris Zahan took these pictures today. This is a significant c9lour change, Seqwater said, when asked by Chris, that “there may be another leak”. Chris has also expressed his concerns to me about the role that Redland City Council will play in […]

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LUCAS PASSAGE PIPE LEAK

THEY HAVE A PLAN

LUCAS PASSAGE PIPE LEAK THEY HAVE A PLAN Some good news. After many experts consulting like busy bees, a decision has been reached. The current pipe will be left in place, for the time being anyway. There is literally a truckload of pipes on Lamb already. See the pictures. The […]

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WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THE LUCAS LEAK?

WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THE LUCAS LEAK? Well, we have another picture and another flow rate report from Chris. Both are a little difficult to interpret, however. The picture seems unremarkable, that’s because you are looking straight down. The darker colour is actually the normal seawater. The clean stuff is […]

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WHAT’S THIS ABOUT THE PIPE?

WHAT’S THIS ABOUT THE PIPE? The last post “X Marks the spot” shows broadly where the leak is situated and explained a little about the pipe. Chris took a couple of pictures of where the shut-off or ‘Gate valves’ are physically located, Cressy Street, Macleay. There are similar indications on […]

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FEATURES

Asset Based Community Development

  Asset Based Community Development   Dear SMBI Community Members At last week’s wellbeing hub meeting on Russell Island, people suggested that there were a lot of great aspects of the islands (including highly skilled ‘go to’ people, services, parks and halls) that haven’t really been mapped out. Creating a […]

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ARTISTS AT WORK 2019

  ARTISTS AT WORK 2019 INVITATION MACLEAY ISLAND ARTS COMPLEX ARTISTS AT WORK 2019 Please join us for a day of fine art, pottery, sculpture, weaving, food and great company on the coastline of Macleay Island. Date: Easter Sunday 21 April 2019 Time: 10am to 3pm Place: Macleay Island Art Gallery Contact: Suzie […]

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WORLD PREMIERE, MACLEAY PROGRESS HALL!!

WORLD PREMIERE, MACLEAY PROGRESS HALL!! Macleay Progress Association presents Perchance Players production of  ‘Bonnet for Eliza’, an original play written by Margaret Dakin. Created from historical facts of the life of Eliza Davis, a typical Irish convict transported to Tasmania where, over a period of fifty years, we learn what […]

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INFRASTRUCTURE

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COUNCIL

Park facilities, libraries and other Council services to reopen under eased restrictions

    Park facilities, libraries and other Council services to reopen under eased restrictions     As COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease across Queensland, Redland City Council is preparing to reopen its libraries, park facilities, animal shelter and visitor information centre from this weekend. Mayor Karen Williams said Council appreciated […]

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WHAT THE FUTURE

Park facilities, libraries and other Council services to reopen under eased restrictions

    Park facilities, libraries and other Council services to reopen under eased restrictions     As COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease across Queensland, Redland City Council is preparing to reopen its libraries, park facilities, animal shelter and visitor information centre from this weekend. Mayor Karen Williams said Council appreciated […]

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WHAT THE FUTURE

Park facilities, libraries and other Council services to reopen under eased restrictions

    Park facilities, libraries and other Council services to reopen under eased restrictions     As COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease across Queensland, Redland City Council is preparing to reopen its libraries, park facilities, animal shelter and visitor information centre from this weekend. Mayor Karen Williams said Council appreciated […]

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