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Democracy, development and density in letters to Redlands2030

Making democracy work, reducing pandemic risks and respecting residents’ lifestyle aspirations are discussed in letters to Redlands2030. If you have something to say, send your letter to: theeditor@redlands2030.net Transparency and Governance Democracy A lack of transparency and poor governance conduct at all levels of governments and by all political flavors seems to be a common […]

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Birkdale Precinct, Community Plan, Culture, Environment, Governance, Heritage Protection, Infrastructure

Birkdale lands use to be discussed by Council

Planning for future development of the Birkdale lands will be discussed by Redland City Council on Wednesday. Zoo, university, housing and sporting facilities are among ideas for use of this site which have been floated by politicians, governments and Redland City Council over the past decade, especially during election campaigns. This 62 hectare property, formerly

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Community, Culture, Local story

Redlands helps EDO swim for the Reef

This year’s ‘Swim For The Reef’ will be the biggest yet with swimmers far and wide helping to raise funds for the Environmental Defenders Office Queensland (EDO Qld). Citizen Journalist Adel Berridge interviews Dennis Tafe from Victoria Point, one of the everyday hero’s ensuring Redlands contributes to this event. Q. Dennis, you formed a team

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Community, Culture

National Trust to form a Redlands branch

A Redlands branch of the National Trust of Australia (Queensland) is a step closer following a meeting this week of interested members and other stakeholders at the Grandview Hotel. The historic Grandview Hotel was a fitting venue for the meeting on Tuesday evening, chaired by the Trust’s Executive Officer, Jonathon Fisher. Members and prospective members

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Community, Culture, NSI, Straddie

Parties asked to support Quandamooka Country

Traditional Owners of Quandamooka Country, which includes much of southern Moreton Bay, want political parties to state their positions on key issues before the 25 November state election. Political parties are being asked to indicate support for a range of projects and issues which will help the Quandamooka People pursue sustainable economic development. There is

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Community, Culture

Forming a Redlands branch of the National Trust

Plans to establish a Redlands branch of the National Trust of Australia (Queensland) (NTAQ) moved a step closer at a meeting on Thursday evening at the heritage listed Grand View Hotel. The National Trust’s Heritage Advocacy Advisor Ms Jane Alexander outlined the processes for setting up a local Branch.  She said she was excited to

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Community, Culture

Repairing the vandalised Cleveland street piano

To repair the Cleveland Library street piano, damaged extensively by vandals a month ago, a crowdfunding plea has been launched through gofundme by Mr Dan Ling. The piano was donated to the community in May 2017 by Mr Ling, a professional piano restorer. Painted with a bright mural by local artists, the community piano was

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Community, Culture, NSI

Quandamooka Festival 2017 activities underway

Quandamooka Festival 2017 is well under way with a range of events and activities from the beginning of July through to the end of September. The festival is an opportunity to learn more about the Quandamooka people’s history and culture. Events are taking place right across the Redlands enabling people to learn more about lands

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Community, Culture, NSI

RQYS abandons plans for Deanbilla Bay

Deanbilla Bay Traditional owners dubbed an attempted takeover by Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron (RQYS) of waterfront land at Deanbilla Bay in Dunwich as the second coming of the First Fleet. Just as back in 1788 it certainly came as a complete surprise to the locals when Mayor Karen Williams hove to, metaphorically speaking, with an

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