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
STEVEN FENNELL INNOCENT My friend, Steven had his verdict quashed in the high court today. I heard about it at about 3.30pm from a very reliable source. I decided to wait until I could independently confirm this. I have done so now from two other sources. Here is the […] Continue reading
Lock It or Lose It, a vehicle safety reminder from Bayside Police Acting Senior Constable Victor CHAI on Sep 11, 2019 @ 8:24am Recently you may have seen a few of these Lock it or Lose it flyers popping up, especially in carparks. These flyers are mainly used […] Continue reading
Council urges community to be prepared for bushfires Redland City Council is stepping up preparations and is urging residents to remain alert and be prepared as the bushfire rating on Redlands Coast remains dangerously high. Mayor Karen Williams said it was vitally important that residents were prepared should […] 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
Residents Locked out of Public Swimming Pool On July 16, 2019 at 2.30pm the Friends of Russell Island Swimming Pool will submit a petition to Redland City Council at their Cleveland office. The petition requests that the council: 1) Open the Bay Island Aquatic Centre (BIAC) on Russell […] 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
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
- 80m wind turbine blade blocks road after truck rollover 18th September 2019A truck carrying part of a wind turbine rolls over in Tasmania's central highlands, leaving an 80-metre blade across the road.
- Trump picks hostage negotiator O'Brien as new national security adviser 18th September 2019Robert O'Brien will be the fourth person to hold the post in Donald Trump's administration, and replaces hardliner John Bolton who was fired abruptly last week after clashing with the President on a host of issues.
- 'A den of thieves': Melbourne's paedophile 'safe' house 18th September 2019A child abuse survivor says the priest who assaulted him did so in the 'welcoming' home of another clergyman. His claim comes amid new allegations that paedophiles acted in concert within the Catholic church.Charlotte King
- How a frozen meringue helped crack a food contamination crisis 18th September 2019When people started getting sick from a particularly potent strain of salmonella last year, a team of experts rushed to try to trace the source of the outbreak.Jess Davis
- Curious Gippsland: Is there really buried treasure in Gippsland? 18th September 2019For more than 140 years, the tale of Martin Weiberg has intrigued historians and Gippslanders. Did the Norwegian really bury stolen treasure near Inverloch?Sarah Maunder And Rachael Lucas
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