Monthly Archives: September 2021

Minjerribah sets the scene for The Wilds filming


Redlands Coast has once again proven itself a haven for the international screen industry, with scenes for season 2 of hit Amazon Prime show The Wilds filmed on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah). The Wilds centres around a group of teenage girls from different backgrounds who find themselves marooned on an island, unaware they are part  Continue reading…

Redlands Coast athletes bring home the medals


Redland City Mayor Karen Williams has congratulated the Redlands Coast athletes who represented Australia at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. Cr Williams said she was proud of the athletes for not only their prowess on the sporting fields and venues of Tokyo, but also for the fairness and respect they displayed during competition.  Continue reading…

Council to investigate appealing Court decision


Redland City Council is disappointed in the Supreme Court decision this week in favour of a class action against Council regarding canal maintenance charges from 5 to 10 years ago. Redland City Council CEO Andrew Chesterman said Council will look at all avenues of appeal of the judgement that it argues is unreasonable, with the  Continue reading…

Council to make a submission on Willards Farm state heritage listing application


Redland City Council has moved to ensure work to protect the historic Willard’s Farm can start as soon as possible while the Queensland Heritage Council considers another application from a small group of neighbouring residents calling for the property to be listed on the Queensland Heritage Register. Mayor Karen Williams said Council supported the community’s  Continue reading…

Council to lobby State Government to introduce water leaks rebate


Redland City Council today voted unanimously to lobby the Queensland Government to introduce a policy to reimburse residents for concealed water leaks. Mayor Karen Williams said the Government had a moral obligation to implement a policy to complement a Council reimbursement policy already in place. “Council is seeking a collaboration with the State Government by  Continue reading…

STAR – a wonderful contribution to our community: Mayor


Redland City Mayor Karen Williams today praised STAR Community Services for 25 years of “wonderful contribution” to the Redlands Coast community. Cr Williams said STAR was one of the most recognisable community organisations on Redlands Coast and continued to play a vital role within the community. “STAR Community Services has come a long way since  Continue reading…

Council adopts city-wide Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy


Redland City Council has today adopted its Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy (CHAS), a comprehensive, long-term, coastal hazard management plan. The CHAS is a city-wide strategy to protect the city’s coastline and islands and includes recommended actions to help Council and other stakeholders, including property owners, adapt to coastal hazards such as erosion, storm tide inundation  Continue reading…

Combined approach seeks regional waste solution


Three South East Queensland councils are united in a bid to apply for funding to help the business case for a new local recycling and waste recovery facility. Logan City Council, Ipswich City Council and Redland City Council have formed the SEQ Sub-Regional Waste Alliance which represents more than 700,000 residents. They have now lodged  Continue reading…

Redland City to host major business and jobs expo


Redland City Council is again supporting a major business and jobs expo to help local businesses thrive and to foster more employment opportunities. Mayor Karen Williams said registrations were now open for the 4 November event which would offer business operators the ideal opportunity to network, buy and sell products and services, and attend business  Continue reading…

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