Monthly Archives: July 2013

Tickets for 2013 Moreton Bay & Islands Tourism Awards on sale


Tickets are now on sale for the 2013 Moreton Bay and Islands Tourism Awards’ gala dinner on July 18 at the Redland Performing Arts Centre (RPAC). This year’s winners will be named across 15 categories – from ecotourism and festival and events, to adventure tourism, deluxe accommodation and excellence in food tourism. Redland City Mayor  Continue reading…

Redlands wildlife on show


The Redlands’ reputation as a haven for wildlife is set to go international with a Japanese documentary team filming in the city. Japanese director Shotaro Tsuji was in the Redlands at the weekend to document local wildlife conservation and rescue operations. The film, Mystery Australia, will be shown on Japanese television later this year. It  Continue reading…

Rates notices on their way


The majority of Redland City residents will be in for a pleasant surprise when rates notices arrive in the mail from next week. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council’s 2013-14 Budget, adopted on 27 June, would result in only a modest rates increase across most rating categories. “Redland City Council’s 2013-14 Budget included a  Continue reading…

Christmas in July at Redlands IndigiScapes


A festive feel will take over the Redlands IndigiScapes Centre next week with Christmas in July offering residents a night of yuletide cheer. Traditional Christmas fare will accompany a delicious Indigi-style treat at this community dinner. The evening will also feature carols by a live performer. Don’t forget to bring along your wrapped gift (to  Continue reading…

Our Redlands – hot off the press


Redland City Council has today launched Our Redlands magazine – a 32-page tool for raising awareness of Council decisions, programs and activities as well as highlighting some of the city’s enviable places and inspirational people. Our Redlands is also available online. The magazine, which replaces the Residents’ Report flyer, contains more comprehensive information than its  Continue reading…

Second anniversary of Quandamooka land rights agreement


Yesterday marked the second anniversary of a historic native title agreement acknowledging the Quandamooka People as the Traditional Owners of North Stradbroke Island, Peel Island, Goat Island, Bird Island, Stingaree Island, Crab Island and the surrounding waters of Moreton Bay.

2013–14 Budget – clarification


Council would like to clarify the Page 5 article in the Bayside Bulletin on Tuesday 2 July 2013, relating to Redland City Council’s 2013-14 Budget.