Monthly Archives: August 2014

Snapshot: Tuesday 26 August 2014


Bloomfield Street Park Transformation Help shape our future park! It’s time to breathe new life into Bloomfield Street Park, located in Cleveland central business district. Come along and let us know what you’d like to see. Meet us for a chat at the park: Friday 29 August, 9.30 – 11.30am. There’ll be free face painting for the  Continue reading…

Have your say on the local laws that help govern our city


Residents can now have their say on important topics such as keeping animals, running events and parking infringements, with engagement currently open on draft new local laws for Redland City. These draft laws use the principles and framework of a set of model local laws developed by State Government and include updates to a range  Continue reading…

Part four of Redland City’s disaster plan


The final piece of Redland City’s disaster strategy is taking shape with Council set to launch a dedicated website bringing together the four-part Disaster Management Plan. The website will include all four parts of the Redland City Disaster Management plan, providing a “one stop shop” where residents can find all disaster related information by selecting  Continue reading…

Help save the glossy black-cockatoo


Redland IndigiScapes Centre has glossy black-cockatoo conservation events happening in the next two months and we’re putting the call out for volunteers. These stunning birds are unfortunately one of the more threatened species of cockatoo in Australia, and listed as vulnerable in Queensland. It’s easy to help, just sign-up for the glossy black-cockatoo annual survey  Continue reading…

Free business-boosting workshops


Did you know that Council offers a range of free workshops throughout the year to support local businesses? It’s a great way for Redlands businesses to take advantage of training and education they would otherwise pay top dollar to receive. Workshops are generally run outside business hours and presented by experts in their fields. Places  Continue reading…

Bloomfield Street Park: a fun way to have your say!


Redland City Council is calling on the community to help design a ‘new-look’ Bloomfield Street Park in Cleveland Central Business District (CBD). Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the feedback received would inform draft designs for the park, which would then be released for community comment in late September. “Redland City Council and the State  Continue reading…

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Bargain hunters get a safer and more efficient RecycleWorld


A safer and more efficient RecycleWorld facility has reopened at the Redland Bay transfer station following upgrades and changes to operating hours. Redland City Council CEO Bill Lyon said the changes were focused on improving safety at the popular shop which is a trash and treasure facility where people can pick pre-loved items such as  Continue reading…

Sundial sets the perfect mood for RPAC


Redland Performing Arts Centre (RPAC) has always been the home of great live entertainment and now it’s home to great coffee too. RPAC’s Sundial Cafe, open Monday to Saturday 7.30am – 1pm and during RPAC performances, now offers hot and cold beverages and light snacks. Located in the RPAC Plaza, 2-16 Middle Street, Cleveland the  Continue reading…