Redlands Cycling Festival and Criterium Race road closures


The Redlands Cycling Festival and Criterium Race are on in the Cleveland CBS on Saturday 27 May, with the Criterium running from 3:30PM – 9PM. Please be aware of the following road closures during this time: Bloomfield Street Middle Street Doig Street Queen Street Wynyard Street NOTE: Racing is in an anti-clockwise direction. The map  Continue reading…

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Queensland’s first chaplaincy workshop


Chaplains and church leaders from across the Redlands will learn more about caring for people during a disaster at a special Council-organised workshop on 24-25 May. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the workshop would be the first of its kind in Queensland and followed recognition by Council that chaplains played an important role in  Continue reading…

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Redlands to celebrate a historic National Reconciliation Week


Redland City Council is calling on all residents to get involved with this year’s National Reconciliation Week (NRW) celebrations held from 27 May – 3 June 2017. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said NRW 2017 held particular significance and would provide community groups and Council the opportunity to embrace the 2017 theme ‘Let’s take the next steps’.  Continue reading…

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Wet weekend weather postpones Wellington Pt Streetscape Day to 3 June


Divisional Councillor Wendy Boglary has asked Wellington Point residents and businesses to keep 10am – 2pm Saturday 3 June free after very wet weather predictions caused postponement of the planned Wellington Point Streetscapes Revitalisation Project activities this Saturday. “This exciting project is well worth waiting a bit longer for and this is a chance to  Continue reading…

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Cleveland 7 Day Makeover transforms CBD space


Cleveland 7 Day Makeover transforms CBD space Over 60 volunteers channelled their inner artist, rolled up their sleeves and worked wonder during the Cleveland 7 Day Makeover last week transforming underused areas of the CBD with colourful creative, curious and quirky street furniture, sculpture and play spaces. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said improved place making  Continue reading…

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Little Free Library part of much bigger story


A bright blue beach hut mounted prominently near its front door proudly proclaims Cleveland Library’s arrival in the Little Free Library movement. Beckoning to passers-by, it has a very clear call to action – put away your smart phones and tablets, and get stuck into a good old-fashioned book! The brainchild of international not-for-profit organisation  Continue reading…

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State urged to back Dîner en Rouge success


Redland City Mayor Karen Williams has urged the State Government to support the massive fundraising effort of its Dîner en Rouge events for families affected by domestic violence and become a partner in providing more crisis accommodation in the City. Cr Williams said the money raised at the third Dîner en Rouge took the total  Continue reading…

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Council issues first approvals for Shoreline community


Redland City Council has approved the first 205 residential lots for the Shoreline master plan community at Redland Bay South, but has asked the applicant to do more work before the green light is given for a further two stages. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council today voted on the first three stages of  Continue reading…

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Film-friendly city attracts Hollywood blockbuster ‘Aquaman’


Redland City Mayor Karen Williams is encouraging the city to extend a warm welcome to the cast and crew of Aquaman. “Redland City Council has been working closely with Warner Bros. Feature Productions around opportunities for the filming of Aquaman to occur on location in parts of the Redlands, ” Cr Williams said. “The Redlands prides  Continue reading…

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