100 communities working together to weave powerful message across the Commonwealth


Artist Maryann Talia Pau  amongst the stars

Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland has sent the official number of star weave communities participating in the One Million Stars to End Violence project to 100, representing a major milestone for the project which started in 2012 in response to the escalating occurrence of racial, domestic and family violence in Australia. Brisbane artist Maryann Talia Pau’s  Continue reading…

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Temporary closure of IndigiScapes Centre


Due to planned works by Energex, the IndigiScapes Centre will be closed on Wednesday 3rd August. The gardens, walkways and visitor information centre will be open and toilets and a coffee van will be on site. We apologise for any inconvenience.

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Council website planned outage


Some Redland City Council websites will experience a planned temporary outage on Thursday 28 July between 5:30pm and midnight due to scheduled maintenance. Our main Redland City Council website (including online services such as myServices rate payments) as well as the Redland Performing Arts Centre website will be unavailable during this time. Redland City Council News, Redland  Continue reading…

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Swap weeds for free trees


Cocos Palm

Swap your garden weeds for free native plants on Saturday 6 August at Redlands IndigiScapes Centre during Trees for Weeds Day. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council was offering up to five local native plants per person in an effort to rid the Redlands of unruly, invasive weeds that threaten native wildlife and habitats.  Continue reading…

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Internet connectivity in Redland City to be reviewed


A review of internet infrastructure in the Redlands will be conducted after an independent survey tabled in today’s Council meeting showed internet access continued to be a major barrier for local business. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the University of Queensland survey was part of an update on the Redland City Economic Development Advisory  Continue reading…

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Help plant 1000 trees on National Tree Day


Enjoy a morning in the great outdoors and help plant 1000 native plants along Tarradarrapin Creek at Birkdale on Sunday 31 July for National Tree Day. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the iconic environmental initiative was committed to providing a green community for future generations across Australia, with the local planting a great opportunity  Continue reading…

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Welcome the whales to Moreton Bay


The Yulu Burri Ba traditional dancers

The Redlands’ reputation as a whale watching hotspot will be on show this Saturday during a traditional ceremony to welcome the whales at Point Lookout, North Stradbroke Island. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Yura Yalingbila (Welcome of the Whales) was an annual tradition of the Quandamooka People and one of the highlights of this  Continue reading…

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Council community grants available


Turn your great ideas into reality with a community grant from Redland City Council, with applications for the next round open from today. Redland Mayor Karen Williams said the latest round of community grants would support a wide variety of community-led projects and initiatives, with assistance available for Organisation Support, Project Support, Conservation and Capital  Continue reading…

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Get in early for this year’s Mayoral Prayer Breakfast


Redlanders are being encouraged to help make a difference to the lives of local families by attending this year’s Redland City Mayoral Prayer Breakfast on Friday 26 August at the Redlands Sporting Club. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said tickets for the popular event would go on sale Monday (18 July) with proceeds supporting local  Continue reading…

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Public comment now open on Macleay Island foreshore development


Extensive plans for the development of the Macleay Island foreshore went on public notification today with the public comment period for the long awaited development open from 14 July to 4 August 2016. Details of the full Macleay Island foreshore application can be viewed online using Council’s website with reference number MCU013484. Divisional Councillor Mark Edwards  Continue reading…

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