Redlands2030 eNewsletter Archive

Read the Redlands2030 eNewsletter to find out if there's an elephant in the room

Read the Redlands2030 eNewsletter to find out if there’s an elephant in the room

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Back issues of the Redlands2030 eNewsletter

ISSUE DATE TITLE
80 2 Apr 2017 Political donations probe
79 18 Mar 2017 Poo power discussions – have your say
78 5 Mar 2017 Councillors surprise Mayor’s team
77 20 Feb 2017 Population growth killing Redlands lifestyle
76 5 Feb 2017 Will the new Council CEO be right for Redlands?
75 23 Jan 2017 Council set to approve apartments over Station Carpark and Ombudsman Slams Council
74  22 Nov 2016  Kindy playground and Teak Lane trees threatened by Council decisions tomorrow
73 12 Sep 2016  Labor discloses political donations from Toondah developer
72 5 Sep 2016  Council’s CBD real estate deal with LJ Hooker
71 29 Aug 2016  Toondah project holdup on environmental assessment
70 22 Aug 2016  Cleveland MP Mark Robinson backflips on station redevelopment plans
69 15 Aug 2016 Crazy Day Council meeting discusses food market, aquatic precinct, cycle ways
68 8 Aug 2016 Cleveland – it’s now Builders Paradise
67 31 Jul 2016 Mayor Williams gets a mysterious gift
66 13 Jun 2016 Does Andrew Laming vote for you?
65 29 May 2016 Questions raised about Council’s Shoreline decision making
64 22 May 2016 Election issues for Redlands voters
63 3 May 2016 The community will not tolerate the Toondah Harbour deal, Jackie Trad
62 10 April 2016 Williams wins as Mayor but her team loses
61 17 March 2016 Pre-election special edition
60 13 March 2016 Redlands election – dirty tricks but clear choices
59 6 March 2016 A murky tale about land development and electoral redistribution in Redland City
58 28 Feb 2016 The ‘Mean Team’ and the Mayor’s trust deficit
57 Feb 2016 eBallot positions drawn for Council elections
56 7 Feb 2016 Council election period starts with call for nominations
55 31 Jan 2016 Stop the rort, just fix the port
54 10 Jan 2016 Find out what we did on the holidays

2015

Issue number 53 – 23 December 2015 – New Mayoral Candidate and Little boxes on the Harbour
Issue number 52 – 13 December 2015 –
Redlands Council backs down on sale of local parks
Issue number 51 – 6 December 2015 –
Birkdale development, koala laws and speedway noise on Council’s agenda
Issue number 50 – 29 November 2015 – Toondah Harbour becomes a major dredging and land reclamation project
Issue Number 49 – 23 November 2015 – Tell the Council what you think about its Draft City Plan – by Friday!
Issue number 48 – 15 November 2015 – Redland City traffic woes to increase with Shoreline
Issue number 47 – 8 November 2015 – Park sale plans anger residents
Issue number 46 – 1 November 2015 – Thumbs down for Council’s park sell off plans
Issue number 45 – 25 October 2015 – Will you stand up for the Redlands?
Issue number 44 – 18 October – Redlands going up in flames – see the HOTSPOTS
Issue number 43 – 11 October 2015 – Toondah project could have 10,000 residents
Issue number 42 – 5 October 2015 – Act now to avoid City Plan’s unpleasant future
Issue number 41 – 27 September 2015 – Council’s park sell-off plans revealed
Issue number 40 – 20 September 2015 – Rednecks in the Redlands
Issue number 39 – 13 September 2015 – Was Council’s Development Reference Group “COMPLETELY operational”?
Issue number 38 – 6 September 2015 – Political donations and conflicts of interest
Issue number 37 – 30 August 2015 – PlanningAlerts! What is planned in your area?
Issue Number 36 – 23 Aug 2015 – Should Council sell off public land without community consultation?
Issue Number 35 – 16 Aug 2015 – Should the community decide what is best for Redland City?
Issue Number 34 – 9 Aug 2015 – Thornlands development debacle – the full story
Issue Number 33 – 2 Aug 2015 – What people said about Andrew Laming
Issue Number 32 – 26 Jul 2015 – Will you get fast broadband in Redland City?
Issue Number 31 – 20 Jul 2015 – Misleading community surveys
Issue Number 30 – 13 Jul 2015 – Strawberry harvesting in the Redlands
Issue Number 29 – 5 Jul 2015 – Housing unaffordability and an alternative Laming survey
Issue Number 28 – 29 Jun 2015 – What happened in Redlands last week?
Issue Number 27 – 21 Jun 2015 – How to win arguments
Issue Number 26 – 14 Jun 2015 –  What is Redlands2030?
Issue Number 25 – 7 Jun 2015 – Pirates take over Cleveland
Issue Number 24 – 31 May 2015 – The Council crisis we had to have
Issue Number 23 – 24 May 2015 – Video drama captured
Issue Number 22 – 17 May 2015 – Fact and fantasy in the Redlands
Issue Number 21 – 10 May 2015 – Feathers flying in the Redlands
Issue Number 20 – 26 April 2015 – Council saves ospreys but fails koalas
Issue Number 19 – 12 April 2015 – Is Redland City going to the dogs?
Issue Number 18 – 29 March 2015 – Will Redland’s koalas and migratory birds see it past Council’s next election?
Issue Number 17 – 15 March 2015 – Does Redland City need more houses or better roads?
Issue Number 16 – 1 March 2015 – Open for business, or the community?
Issue Number 15 – 15 February 2015 – Is it a pigs breakfast?
Issue Number 14 – 26 January 2015 – 2015 will be interesting!

2014

Issue Number 13 – 25 December 2014 – Council survey closes 5 January 2015?
Issue Number 12 – 30 November 2014 – Eventful week in the Redlands
Issue Number 11 – 23 November 2014 – Redland City’s Shoreline problem
Issue Number 10 – 15 November 2014 – Chickens coming home to roost in the Redlands
Issue Number 9 – 1 November 2014 – Struggling under pressure and the one that got away
Issue Number 8 – 18 October 2014 – this fortnights top posts
Issue Number 7 – 5 October 2014 – Redland City Reporter – eNewsletter
Issue Number 6 – 20 September 2014
Issue Number 5 – 1 September 2014
Issue Number 4 – 15 August 2014
Issue Number 3 – 2 August 2014
Issue Number 2 – 22 June 2014
Issue Number 1 – 15 June 2014

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