Meet us this weekend to have your say


The Birkdale  Community Precinct team is out and about this weekend. Come and talk to an expert, view the draft master plan and ask your questions. Saturday 28 May 2022 📍 The Olde English Fair, 33 Thorne Road, Birkdale, 8am-3pm. 📍 Twilight Makers Markets, Raby Bay Harbour, 4pm-8pm. Sunday 29 May 2022 📍 Cleveland Markets,  Continue reading…

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Redlands Coast celebrates Chappy Week and opens nominations for Pastor Glen Gray Award


Redland City Council is proudly celebrating Chappy Week, which acknowledges and celebrates the wonderful work of Redlands Coast School chaplains and the vital part they play in the lives of students, families and school communities. Mayor Karen Williams said Council put a high priority on recognising the incredible commitment and sacrifice made by school chaplains,  Continue reading…

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Environment and Community Fair is back, bigger and better than ever


The Redland City Council Environment and Community Fair at IndigiScapes is back bigger and better next month with an ‘all star cast’ of environmental champions set to entertain and educate the community on Saturday June 4. Redland City Council Mayor Karen Williams said the Environment and Community Fair was one of the highlights on the  Continue reading…

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Birkdale Community Precinct Info Days cancelled due to wet weather


The Birkdale Community Precinct Info Days planned for this Friday and Saturday, 27 and 28 May, have been cancelled due to wet weather. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said while it was unfortunate the days could no longer go ahead, you could still have your say on the precinct’s Draft Master Plan via an online  Continue reading…

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Redlands celebrates National Reconciliation Week


Redland City Council’s National Reconciliation Week, which starts tomorrow and runs until June 3, will have something for everyone covering culture, the arts and sport, including opportunities to learn about shared histories, cultures and achievements and to explore ways the community can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. Mayor Karen Williams said the week had  Continue reading…

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Council seeks exhibitors for Redlands Coast Careers Expo


Businesses and organisations will have the chance to inspire the next generation of jobseekers at Redland City Council’s careers expo in June. Mayor Karen Williams said Council was encouraging local businesses to be part of the free Aspire – Redlands Coast Careers Expo which will be held at PCYC Redlands, Capalaba on Friday 17 June  Continue reading…

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Council partners with football club on lighting upgrade


Local junior footy players will be the winners thanks to funding from Redland City Council to contribute to an upgrade to lighting at the Capalaba Warriors District Junior Rugby League Football Club. Mayor Karen Williams said Council was pleased to support the club with new LED lighting. “Local sporting clubs do so much for our community  Continue reading…

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Wasteful habits add to Redlands waste bill


Residents are being urged to be mindful of what they place in their waste, recycling and green waste bins with poor waste and recycling habits contributing to a $3.6 million rise in waste management costs for Redland City Council over the last two years. Redland City Council Mayor Karen Williams said that with the State  Continue reading…

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Council offers RADF Quick Response Grants to help artists develop


Redland City Council has opened a quick response grant round to help local artists develop and improve their skills. Mayor Karen Williams said the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Quick Response/Professional Development Grants were open to both emerging and established artists. “Redlands Coast has a vibrant community of artists and arts workers and these grants  Continue reading…

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Redland Whitewater Centre ideal for swift-water rescue training


Recent torrential rain and flooding across Queensland has shown the benefits of the proposed Redland Whitewater Centre being used for swift-water rescue training. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council was planning for the whitewater centre, which will be the venue for Canoe Slalom events during the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games, to also  Continue reading…

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