Category Archives: Council

Council services holiday closures


All non-essential Council services will close Monday 24 December 2018 from close of business, and reopen Wednesday 2 January 2019. This includes Customer Service Centres, Redland Art Gallery (Cleveland and Capalaba) and mainland libraries. After hours emergency number: 3829 8999 Specific closures and information: Redland Performing Arts Centre Redland Performing Arts Centre Box Office will  Continue reading…

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On with the show


At this stage, Christmas By Starlight is set to go ahead at the Redland Showgrounds at Cleveland this Saturday from 3pm-8.30pm. Wet weather is forecast so keep an eye on Council’s Facebook and Twitter. We are monitoring the weather and will advise if the show is cancelled due to the weather.

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Council committed to protecting community from fire risk


Redland City Council remains committed to protecting the community from fire risk, with work either completed or progressing well on the Fire Management Review’s 56 recommendations. Council today noted a progress update on the recommendations from the Queensland Fire and Emergency Service Report of July 2017 and resolved to seek a further update in April  Continue reading…

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Stars to shine at Redlands Coast’s Christmas by Starlight


Sensational songstress Casey Donovan will headline a stellar line-up of performers at Redlands Coast’s premier free family carols event, Christmas by Starlight, on Saturday 15 December at Cleveland’s Norm Price Park – Redland Showground. Donovan, one of Australia’s most versatile indigenous entertainers, will feature alongside outstanding Brazilian soprano Carmen Monarcha and the awe-inspiring Luke Antony  Continue reading…

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Redlands Coast residents second happiest in state, says Happiness Project


Redlands Coast residents are the second happiest in Queensland, according to Bond University’s Happiness Project. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the project – which used Census and other publicly available data to provide local government areas across the nation with an overall quality of life score – rated Redlands Coasts 6.7 out of 10,  Continue reading…

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Council refuses to make SMBI residents keep paying for free inter-island travel


Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said an announcement by the State Government that they would fund inter-island travel on the Southern Moreton Bay Islands (SMBI) was a win for the community. “Minister for Transport Mark Bailey and Kim Richards have been trying to get Council to continue making residents pay through the SMBI Translink levy  Continue reading…

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Council plans Redlands Coast entry statement for Capalaba


The Capalaba gateway to Redlands Coast will receive a large scale entry statement artwork after Council today noted the Public Art Commissioning Program for 2018/19. As the major public art project for the current financial year, the civic gateway feature will be located centrally within the open space area to the south-west of the Redland  Continue reading…

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Birkdale gas extraction a local energy boost


Redlands Coast received an energy boost this week, with an extension to a project extracting power from old waste going live. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Stage 2 of the Birkdale Landfill Gas extraction project included gas wells being drilled on the western side of the Birkdale Landfill to capture methane for electricity generation.  Continue reading…

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Redlands Coast to mark Centenary of Armistice


Remembrance Day this year marks the 100th Anniversary of Armistice – the end of World War I. Redland Mayor Karen Williams encouraged the Redlands Coast community to take time on Sunday 11 November to remember Australia’s brave servicemen and women who went into battle for the safety of future generations. “These were real people –  Continue reading…

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Capalaba Regional Park vandalism


Following vandalism to the toilet block at Capalaba Regional Park on the evening of Thursday 1 November, eight toilets will be out of order over the weekend. We hope to have new doors installed by mid next week. Two disabled toilets are still operational, with their doors having been repaired.

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