Russell Island Crime Wrap APRIL 2019 SGT Tim McKINNEY on Apr 24, 2019 @ 3:32pm Burglary: On April 8, an unknown offender has stolen a cordless phone from the rear of a dwelling located on Forest Hill Road, Russell Island. Between April 8 and April 9, an unknown offender has stolen […] Continue reading
Tel$tra outage credits to your phone account Recently, on or about Tuesday 16th or Thursday 18th Telstra had an “outage”. Telstra is bound ‘by law’ to maintain a certain level of customer service. This is called the Customer Service Guarantee (or CSG for short). There are penalties for Telstra if […] Continue reading
Coffee with a Cop Russell Island host Coffee with a Cop for Domestic Violence month of May Bayside District Crime Prevention (DCPC) in partnership with Russell Island will be hosting a domestic violence themed Coffee with a Cop (CWAC) at Fresh on Bayview Cafe. There will be information and conversation […] Continue reading
SMBI ANZAC day services Macleay Island Event Time Location March to Cenotaph 5.00am Kate Street, Macleay Island to Cenotaph, Pat’s Park, Macleay Island Dawn Service Commemorations 5.30am Commemorative service commences at Cenotaph, Pat’s Park, Macleay Island Russell Island Event Time Location Dawn Service Commemorations 5.30am Russell Island Cenotaph, Anzac […] Continue reading
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 […] Continue reading
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 […] Continue reading
A brief history of Tropical Cyclones (and a “Weather Alert” from Stradbroke Ferries) Ah.. Summer in Queensland. When a young mans thoughts turn to almost anything other than rain, cyclones and destruction. But perhaps not such a good idea, especially this week. As Tropical Cyclone Oma bears down, this not-young […] Continue reading
Work Skills Traineeships POSITIONS AVAILABLE Work Skills Traineeships offer disadvantaged Queenslanders employment for up to six months on public works, community and environmental projects. Trainees will earn a Certificate I in Conservation and Land Management (10 places), Certificate I in Hospitality (6 places) or a Certificate I in Business (2 […] Continue reading
Council to ask State for more detail on its Draft Waste Management Strategy Redland City Council will write to the State Government with detailed feedback on its Draft Waste Management and Resource Recovery Strategy, before public consultation closes on 5 April. Mayor Karen Williams said it was important to […] Continue reading
Council adopts new policy on the temporary commercial use of public open space A new Council policy will help activate local open spaces and parks, generating economic opportunity while allowing residents and visitors to enjoy the Redlands Coast naturally wonderful locations. Council’s Temporary Commercial Use of Public Open […] Continue reading
Redlands Coast set to welcome young entrepreneurs Redlands Coast will be under an international spotlight when some of the world’s most influential minds gather at Redland Performing Arts Centre on 13 September for the 2019 Young Entrepreneur Summit (YES). Specially designed for 12- to 25-year-old students aiming to become […] Continue reading
Mosquito treatments ongoing at Redlands Coast Since the recent rain, Redland City Council’s mosquito management team has been out in force and will today be undertaking aerial treatments across Redlands Coast. A helicopter will be used to spray Birkdale (including Tingalpa Creek), Wellington Point, Thornlands, Victoria Point, Redland Bay, […] Continue reading
- 'I thought they'd all go fishing': Small town stops to honour digger killed in Afghanistan 25th April 2019The father of a commando killed during the war in Afghanistan didn't expect his son's hometown of Katherine to come out in such numbers for a stirring tribute to his son.Rani Hayman
- Microsoft (briefly) becomes the world's third trillion-dollar company 25th April 2019Microsoft is (once again) the world's most valuable tech company after its market value climbed past the $US1,000,000,000,000 mark — for about half an hour.David Chau
- Palmer United Party to be placed ahead of Labor on Liberals' how-to-vote cards 25th April 2019The Liberal Party strikes a deal to exchange preferences with Clive Palmer, which will see the United Australia Party placed second, or above Labor, on its how-to-vote cards in Lower and Upper House seats.Jane Norman
- Publishing error blamed after SMH pages appear in Telegraph 25th April 2019Newspaper readers are surprised to find some pages from the Sydney Morning Herald's editorial section in today's Daily Telegraph.
- PM questions link between Turkish terror arrest and Gallipoli dawn service 25th April 2019Scott Morrison cautions people against "overstating any link between" an arrest made by Turkish police over an alleged terrorist plot and the Anzac Day dawn service in Gallipoli.
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