Monthly Archives: November 2022

Free workshops to help businesses with online marketing


Redlands Coast small businesses are being urged to take advantage of a series of free workshops to help with their digital marketing. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the workshops aimed to equip local business owners with new skills and knowledge to improve their operations. “The three workshops focus on the ins and outs of  Continue reading…

New home for the Bayside South RSL sub-branch


Redland City Council yesterday announced the opening of the new Bayside South RSL sub-branch venue in Redland Bay. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council was excited to be providing the group with the new facility in partnership with Council-owned subsidiary Redland Investment Corporation as part of the Weinam Creek Priority Development Area project. “Council  Continue reading…

Scam alert – Fake Council survey calls


Redland City Council has been made aware that some residents have received phone calls from people pretending to be surveying on behalf of Council. Council is not currently conducting any phone surveys. This Scams Awareness Week (7 to 11 November), residents are reminded to be cautious about unsolicited calls, stay aware of current and emerging  Continue reading…

Agreement progresses revitalisation project for Capalaba


Redland City Council has partnered with global powerhouse Shayher Group to deliver an exciting community precinct in Capalaba Town Centre. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council had signed a development agreement with Redland Investment Corporation (RIC) and Shayher Group to revitalise the principal activity centre to be the commercial, entertainment, cultural and civic heart  Continue reading…

New mural by Quandamooka artist brightens Bloomfield Street underpass


Quandamooka artist Joshua Gross has transformed the Bloomfield Street underpass in Cleveland into a bright piece of Indigenous art. Gross, who is a young aspiring artist from North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah), was engaged by Redland City Council for his strong desire to use his talents to create public artwork for the community. Redland City Mayor  Continue reading…

The top 10 plastics Council urges residents to stop recycling


Redlands Coast residents are urged to become better recyclers, especially when it comes to plastic, in the lead-up to National Recycling Week from 7-13 November 2022. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said non-recyclable plastics were the largest contributor locally to contamination within kerbside recycling bins. “Contamination rates in recycling bins across the city have almost  Continue reading…