Monthly Archives: September 2014

ANZAC Centenary Memorial proposed re-design released for comment


Redland City Council and the Redland RSL have released new designs for the proposed ANZAC centenary memorial for public comment. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the memorial, to be located in Kinsail Court Park Cleveland, would be a fitting tribute to servicemen and women, particularly in the centenary year of the First World War.  Continue reading…

High school students find their ‘voice’ in new exhibition


A new exhibition at Redland Art Gallery celebrates the artistic talent of Redland high schools students. High Schools in Focus I, on display at Redland Art Gallery Capalaba from Monday 22 September until Saturday 15 November, combines artworks from Alexandra Hills State School, Capalaba State Senior College, Wellington Point State High School and Redlands College  Continue reading…

Celebrating 60 years of new Redland City citizens


Sixty years after a handful of new citizens were welcomed to Redland City at the first ever citizenship ceremony; 168 people from 26 countries are preparing to take the ‘pledge’ at a ceremony tomorrow. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said tomorrow’s event would not only commemorate 60 years since that modest ceremony was held in  Continue reading…

Redland City Council offers a jam-packed holiday program


Redland City Council is again offering a great range of activities to keep local kids and parents happy these school holidays. Council’s Community and Cultural Services spokesperson Cr Lance Hewlett said the list included library, art, environmental and skateboarding activities. “Delivered through Council’s Redland Libraries, Redland Art Gallery, Redlands IndigiScapes Centre and Strengthening Communities teams,  Continue reading…

Coochie Music Festival, Saturday 13 September: special parking arrangements


Coochie Music Festival is on this Saturday and features a fantastic lineup including Ed Kuepper. For tickets and more information visit:http://redlnd.cc/Yz8hig PARKING SES Volunteers will be assisting with parking on the mainland. Overflow parking will be available in the parkland next to the Victoria Point VMR Base (turn left at the end of Colburn Avenue).  Continue reading…

Redland City celebrates its inspiring locals


Some of the Redlands’ best and brightest were honoured at the inaugural ‘Inspiring Redlanders’ reception hosted by Redland City Council last night. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the event’s list of invitees showed the depth and calibre of Redlanders and included gold-medal Paralympian Daniel Fox, solo aviator Alex Fisher and winner of The Voice  Continue reading…

Public Notice: Administrative Amendment to the Redlands Planning Scheme


Public Notice: Administrative Amendment to the Redlands Planning Scheme Redland City Council Adoption of an Administrative Amendment (Administrative Amendment 02/2014) to the Redlands Planning Scheme Notice is given under the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 that Redland City Council resolved to adopt an administrative amendment to the Redlands Planning Scheme on 9 September 2014. The administrative  Continue reading…

Spring brings Tapas Night No.3 to RPAC


Redland Performing Arts Centre (RPAC) proves good things come in threes as it prepares for its Tapas Night No.3 event on Friday 19 September 2014. Redland City Council’s Community and Cultural Services spokesperson Cr Lance Hewlett said the successful series of Tapas Fridays are becoming a firm favourite in the Redlands. “Tapas Fridays give a  Continue reading…

Redland Snapshot – Wednesday 10 September


Glossy Black-Cockatoo annual survey Volunteer workshops: 20 & 27 September We’re calling for volunteers to help with the annual survey of the Glossy Black-Cockatoo. One of the more threatened cockatoo species in Australia, it’s listed as a vulnerable species in Queensland. Although the count isn’t until Sunday 19 October, volunteers need to attend a workshop beforehand. The first ones are 20 and 27  Continue reading…

Redlands is in business thanks to upcoming workshops


A series of free workshops will help support a vibrant local economy by offering local business helpful and practicable information. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the workshops were part of Council’s open for business approach and would provide the opportunity for business owners to hear from experts in various fields. “These workshops are a  Continue reading…