Macleay Island crime wrap Macleay Island crime wrap, September OIC Macleay Island on Sep 30, 2019 @ 10:22am Street and good order offences: On September 20, a 45-year-old Macleay Island man was charged for contravening a local fire ban and is to appear at Cleveland Magistrates Court October 10. On […] 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
Russell Island Crime Wrap JULY 2019 SGT Tim McKINNEY on Sep 24, 2019 @ 1:59pm Burglary: Redland Bay Criminal Investigation Branch are currently investigating an alleged burglary that occurred at an address on Tenanne Street, Russell Island sometime between September 13 and the September 18. A number of tools were allegedly […] Continue reading
High Court Decision – you heard the verdict – Now watch the Video Usually thought of as dry, even boring, this is the exception to the rule. Although I am not a lawyer and have only a layperson’s understanding of the law (often via American crime movies), I found […] 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
Find out about ageing well at free community events Redlands Coast residents wanting to find out about ageing in their own homes are encouraged to attend a special presentation focussed on creating and maintaining a connected and supportive community for local seniors. Redland City Mayor Karen William said Council […] 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
Council to market test demand for industrial land on Macleay Island Redland City Council is to market test demand for industrial land on Macleay Island as part of a strategy to boost the economy of the Southern Moreton Bay Islands. Council recently resolved to prioritise the testing of […] Continue reading
- 'Crushed bodies and shattered bones': Xi Jinping issues threat as dissenters shift tactics 13th October 2019Tearing a page out of ancient Chinese military philosophy, black-clad protesters in Hong Kong change tactics and wreak havoc by popping up in small groups in multiple locations across Hong Kong.
- Hundreds of IS relatives escape camp as Turkey escalates, Trump withdraws 13th October 2019More than 700 foreigners affiliated with the Islamic State group — mostly women and children — escape from a camp in northern Syria when the Kurdish-held town it is located in came under attack by Turkish forces.
- Japan defeats Scotland, reaching Rugby World Cup quarter-final despite Typhoon Hagibis 13th October 2019Japan emerges victorious over Scotland after being roared on by a delirious red-and-white-clad crowd as it becomes the first tier-two team to reach the last eight since Fiji in 2007.
- Should Australians be charged for driving in the CBD? 13th October 2019A congestion charge for driving in the CBD during peak hour is once again being pushed, and a new report says it would be easy, cheap and speed up traffic across all major cities.Rachel Clayton
- Zetta is just 18. She's been couch surfing for a year 13th October 2019After a year of couch surfing, Zetta Clifford could be forced to relocate to the mainland to find affordable accommodation, amid Tasmania's housing crisisJessica Hayes And Laura Beavis
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