Russell Island crime wrap, November SGT Tim McKINNEY on Nov 18, 2019 @ 1:50pm Assault and property damage: A 35-year-old man from Russell Island will appear in Cleveland Magistrates Court on December 12, charged with multiple offences including serious assault, wilful damage, public nuisance and obstruct police after an incident that […] Continue reading
Macleay Island crime wrap Macleay Island crime wrap, October Upcoming event Macleay Island Police along with the District Crime Prevention Unit will be hosting Coffee with a Cop on November 20 at Scorpion Café 308 High Central Road Macleay Island. We will be focusing on providing information about support services […] Continue reading
Drug charges update, Macleay Island On August 28, Capalaba Tactical Crime Unit executed three search warrants. Capalaba Tactical Crime Unit have been conducting ongoing investigations due those search warrants. As a result, a 21-year-old man from Macleay Island has been charged with one count of trafficking dangerous drugs and 220 […] Continue reading
DOG BAITING Testing of meat returns negative poison result but more meat found Scientific testing of meat found near an Alexandra Hills dog park and a park in Wellington Point last month have both returned a negative response to poison. However, meat was also found late last week […] Continue reading
Reasons for Fennell case published by High Court The reasoning behind the decision of The High Court (NOT the Federal Court) has been published. I attach the complete document, unbiased, uncensored and unexpurgated. In my opinion, with all due respect to the Court, clearly, Steven never had a case to […] Continue reading
CULT-ure Map SMBI Sunset Social The launch event and island celebration, SMBI Sunset Social is next Sunday, 6 October on Karragarra 2:30-7:30pm. For those on Facebook, keep up-to-date here: https://www.facebook.com/events/489887388469139/ Hope to see you all next weekend, it’s set to be a great family friendly event on beautiful Karragarra. Below […] Continue reading
RUSSELL ISLAND ROCKY POINT EVACUATION BOAT RAMP. On the 18th if August I received an Email from a member of the Facebook group ‘Rocky Point Boating Fishing and Camping Club Russell Island’, Margaret Kemp. This was in regards ti the need for a ciat ramp for evacuation purposes. The […] Continue reading
How long is a piece of string? Simple, cut it in half , measure the two bits – then add those numbers together! String theory explained.. Well not really. I am often asked to explain things – which way is up, why is the sky blue.. and the BIGGIE What […] Continue reading
Security cameras to keep watch on Weinam Creek precinct A unique agreement across three levels of government will see security cameras installed at the Weinam Creek marina precinct in Redland Bay. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said work starting this week on the installation of the security cameras came […] Continue reading
Get planting to help save the glossy black-cockatoo Community members can help make a difference to the future of a threatened bird species by taking part in Council’s 16th annual glossy black-cockatoo tree planting on Sunday 13 October. Mayor Karen Williams said all are invited to join Council’s […] Continue reading
$34.1 million Southern Islands passenger ferry terminal upgrade Redland City Council and the Queensland Government are a step closer to a $34.1 million upgrade of Redlands Coast’s four Southern Island passenger ferry terminals. Council has welcomed a State Government offer to design and co-fund with Council the long-awaited rebuild […] Continue reading
Help at hand for Redlands Coast startups Help at hand for Redlands Coast startups Are you an aspiring Redlands Coast innovator or entrepreneur? Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to give your startup the best chance of success. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Redlands Logan Startup Onramp was a […] Continue reading
- Even if you don't live near a bushfire, your health could be at risk 18th November 2019Just because you don't live in the bush doesn't mean you're immune to the health effects of bushfires. Here's how to manage the risks.Claudine Ryan And Tegan Taylor
- Sydney blanketed by bushfire smoke amid soaring temperatures and high-risk conditions 18th November 2019The Sydney CBD is hit with a thick layer of smoke this morning as bushfires continue to choke large parts of NSW, as hot, windy conditions put the Rural Fire Service on high alert.
- Steve Smith the batsman better for Australia, Border says 18th November 2019Some people think it's a matter of time — and the end of his leadership ban next March — before Steve Smith regains the Australian captaincy. But Allan Border isn't sure it's a good idea.
- Can you drink water from the Brisbane River? 18th November 2019The Brisbane River used to be "treated like a toilet" for many years, but substantial investment to improve treatment has boosted the system's health.Jessica Hinchliffe
- Hong Kong protesters fear lives in danger as police patience runs thin 18th November 2019Under a huge neon sign saying peace, Hongkongers are devising how to help protesters holed up at a university escape authorities' clutches. Their answer is to divert police by creating more chaos — something this city has already had its fair share of.Jake Sturmer
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