Monthly Archives: August 2016

Outdoor food markets approved for Cleveland


Cleveland may soon be home to a new alfresco dining and entertainment experience with Council today approving an outdoor food market in Bloomfield Street behind the Cleveland Library. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Councillors had spent months considering the application and had attached more than 20 conditions to the approval. “This is an exciting  Continue reading…

Blitz on unlawful motorcycle use in conservation reserves


Redland City Council Local Laws officers are planning a crackdown on illegal motorised trail bike use in designated conservation areas across the Redlands. Working with support of local Police, Council’s city wide crackdown will focus on the Bayside Conservation Area, Redland Track Park, Scribbly Gums Conservation Reserve and the Greater Glider conservation management area. Redland  Continue reading…

Redlands United win a victory for the ages: Mayor


Redland City Council has congratulated the Redlands United Football Club following their historic victory over the Hyundai A-League champions Adelaide United in last night’s FFA Cup match. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the victory over the more fancied professional outfit showed the tenacity of the local team who came from a goal down to  Continue reading…

SEVERE WEATHER WARNING for DAMAGING WINDS: Thursday 4 August 5.13am


Bureau of Meterology have issued a weather warning for damaging winds for south east Queensland. Locally damaging wind gusts to 90km/hr are likely about the elevated ground of the southern border ranges this morning, and also about the exposed east coastal areas during today. Locations which may be affected include Stanthorpe, Mt Barney, Springbrook, Lamington  Continue reading…

New Redlands tourism subcommittee


Redland City Council has reinforced its support of the local tourism sector by launching a committee of Redlands tourism professionals to advocate for and support the local industry. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the Redlands Tourism Subcommittee would complement the Redlands Economic Development Advisory Board and recognised the important role of tourism in the  Continue reading…