REMEMBRANCE DAY ON MACLEAY News on Violent Incident on Macleay Coffee with a cop at the Organic Market Pictures of Remembrance Day Exclusive news on the NBN – Good news Andrew Laming’s excellent Remembrance Day speech Quite the busy weekend. It kicked off with ‘Saturday’s Coffee with a Cop’ at The Organic Market […] Continue reading
VIOLENT INCIDENT ON MACLEAY POSSIBLE DRUG RELATED UPDATE 8/11/18 3pm I was advised this afternoon that Craig Ryan has been released on bail, possibly on his own undertaking. The incident took place on the Southern corner of William and Arthur Streets. At about 4.30pm yesterday afternoon an incident took place […] Continue reading
HI FIVE for five islands fibre optic – Andrew Laming confirms connection to SMBI and Coochie Dropouts, pings times, lag and the speed of light – all were discussed recently on the Facebook group “Russell Island Chit Chat”. At approximately 2.45pm 4/11/2018 Andrew Laming and I had the following […] Continue reading
ALL CLEAR FOR WATER Boil water alert lifted for Karragarra, Lamb and Macleay islands Residents on Karragarra Island, Lamb Island and Macleay Island do not need to boil their drinking water as of 9:00pm Wednesday, 24 October 2018. Seqwater and Redland City Council have confirmed multiple treated water samples of […] Continue reading
REMEMBRANCE DAY ON MACLEAY Dusty from the Macleay RSL very kindly sent me all the information. So I made a ‘virtual’ brochure from it – a 4 page PDF document. Everything you need to know..Continue reading
THE ISLAND WRITERS FESTIVALContinue reading
Redlands Coast to mark Centenary of Armistice Remembrance Day this year marks the 100th Anniversary of Armistice – the end of World War I. Redland Mayor Karen Williams encouraged the Redlands Coast community to take time on Sunday 11 November to remember Australia’s brave servicemen and women who went into […] Continue reading
MEGS PRESENTS A MUSICAL ODYSSEY Saturday 20th October Doors open 7pm for 7:30pm start… We are excited to invite you to a Macleay Island special event. 🎵🎵A MUSICAL ODYSSEY🎵🎵 This time we are bringing some of the most talented islanders together for one night to perform their own original […] Continue reading
Council introduces new regulated parking areas Editors Note: I was reluctant to publish this, as Council cannot give me any idea of how long the parking periods will be for – none at all. Nor the amount any fines might be. It was fortunate that I had a copy of […] Continue reading
Upsize your bin for Recycling Week and save money To celebrate National Recycling Week (12 to 18 November), Redland City Council is offering a special deal on upsizing household recycling bins. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council was waiving the one-off bin establishment fee when households upgraded from a […] Continue reading
Youth Adventure Day heads to Thornlands Thornlands will be the place to be on Saturday 17 November 2018 when it hosts Redlands Coast’s latest Youth Day Out. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the free Youth Adventure Day, from 11am-3pm at William Stewart Park, Thornlands was the latest in a […] Continue reading
Redlands Economic Development Advisory Board welcomes transport and planning expert The newest member of Redlands Economic Development Advisory Board (REDAB) is set to share his extensive experience in transport and planning with Redlands Coast. Warren Rowe was instrumental in developing the light rail project that has improved connectivity and bolstered […] Continue reading
- 'Burnt beyond recognition': At least 42 feared dead in Zimbabwe bus fire 16th November 2018Scores of people are believed dead and more than 20 have been taken to hospital with injuries after a suspected gas tank leak sparks a fire.
- New weapon will protect North Korea like a 'steel wall', Kim Jong-un says 16th November 2018With negotiations between Pyongyang and Washington appearing to have stalled, state media reports the North Korean leader has visited the test site of a new tactical weapon, hailing it as a "display of our rapidly-growing defence capabilities".
- 'All of you get out': China boots media out of Pacific leaders meeting in PNG 16th November 2018Chinese authorities deny media entry to a Pacific leaders meeting with President Xi Jinping despite them being invited to cover it.Natalie Whiting
- Rare animal skeletons dating back to 1880 stolen from Sydney University 16th November 2018Police are investigating the theft of rare and precious animals skeletons, including a hippopotamus skull and a sea turtle dating back to the 1880s, that were stolen from a museum on Sydney University's inner-west campus.
- Shinzo Abe arrives in Darwin for first visit by Japanese leader 16th November 2018The Japanese Prime Minister visits Darwin, honouring those killed during Japanese bombing of the city in World War II and thanking Territorians for welcoming him with "heartwarming hospitality".Emily JB Smith
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Please log in to submit content!
Videos worth a look..Continue reading