New artwork a welcome sign for Redlands Coast


Installation of a striking, 11 metre tall artwork that will greet people as they enter Redlands Coast from the north has begun. The creation by ARTVENTURE’s Paul D. Johnson and Gail Mason, called Passages, will be installed at the corner of Moreton Bay and Redland Bay roads, Capalaba – the northern gateway to the city.  Continue reading…

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Fire ban for Redlands Coast extended


Queensland Fire and Emergency Services advises the current fire ban across Redland City has been extended up to and including Friday 20 September, 2019. This means there can be no open fires. QFES advises fires within a properly constructed barbecue are allowed provided they are not left unattended. Power tools can be used use with  Continue reading…

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SMBI sewerage investigation approved by Council


The future of wastewater infrastructure on the Southern Moreton Bay Islands will be explored after Redland City Councillors this week unanimously supported a call from Division 5 Councillor Mark Edwards to investigate what would be required to sewer the islands. Mayor Karen Williams said the Notice of Motion called for Council officers to undertake a  Continue reading…

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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 fires ignite. “Redlands Coast has been spared from major blazes to date but given the  Continue reading…

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Spring ‘green’ your garden and save on a green waste bin


Mainland Redlands Coast residents will have an extra incentive to snap up a household green waste bin this spring with Council waiving the usual $30 bin establishment fee from 6 September to 31 October 2019. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said spring was the perfect time to remind keen gardeners that their garden waste could  Continue reading…

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Minjerribah (Straddie) place markers share Quandamooka storylines


Quandamooka artists Delvene Cockatoo-Collins and Belinda Close have unveiled the concepts for their public art place markers at Mulumba (Point Lookout) and Pulan (Amity Point) at Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island). The artists’ works share Quandamooka culture and storylines that are thousands of years old and will allow all those who experience them, whether visitor or  Continue reading…

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Mayoral prayer breakfast sets fundraising record


A record $25,000 fundraising effort was today confirmed for State School chaplaincy programs across Redlands Coast at the annual Redland City Mayoral Prayer Breakfast, bringing to almost $100,000 the amount raised in the past five years. More than 280 people, including school chaplains, church and school leaders, government representatives, business people and community members, attended  Continue reading…

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Amity Point to host Council NSI update in September


Redland City Council is inviting North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) residents and visitors to drop into Amity Point Hall on Saturday 14 September for updates on a range of Council projects. Mayor Karen Williams said the North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) Community Open House, from 10am – 12 noon, would be an opportunity for members of the  Continue reading…

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Redland City Council responds to suspected dog baiting


Redland City Council is deploying all available resources at local parks, including surveillance cameras, in response to more suspected dog baiting incidents. It also is investigating offering a reward for information which leads to successful prosecution. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said she had also written to the Queensland Police Service offering Council’s support in  Continue reading…

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