Elections

Penrith whitewater Stadium in 2019 - Google Earth
Birkdale Precinct, Elections, Letters to the Editor, Toondah Harbour

Whitewater viability, election questions and Toondah – in letters to Redlands2030

Penrith Whitewater Stadium – Image: Google Earth, 1 April 2019 The financial viability of a proposed Redlands whitewater facility is questioned in a letter to Redlands2030. Letters also discuss the recent local council elections and the Toondah proposal’s ecological unsustainability. We like getting letters. Please email your letter to: theeditor@Redlands2030.net   Financial viability of whitewater […]

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Redland City Elections get nasty – Redlands2030 Opinion

Security guard keeping the peace at the Victoria Point Early Voting Centre The Redland City Elections set a new low standard of bad behaviour in Queensland with all candidates receiving this week a written warning. Security guards are now in place at Redland City’s early voting centres and are expected to be at polling booths

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Andrew Laming
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Andrew Laming candidate for Mayor – by Andrew Laming

Andrew Laming election flyer Andrew Laming, candidate for Mayor, has contributed this piece. All candidates for the 16 March 2024 Redland City Council elections are invited to submit an opinion piece for publication by Redlands2030. My earliest Redland recollections are pain and mud; running cross-country in Mount Cotton. I was a skinny 12-yo Churchie boarder and the peaks seemed towering

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Birkdale Precinct, Community, Elections, Letters to the Editor, Toondah Harbour

High rates, Olympic brand damage, Ozpolitik and vandalism – letters

High rates, the Birkdale whitewater white elephant, environmental vandalism and politics in local government are some of the local council election issues attracting local views in letters to Redlands2030. If you have something to say, email your letter to: theeditor@redlands2030.net Highest rates a great distinction What a great distinction to have the highest most expensive

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Shane Rendalls
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Shane Rendalls candidate for Division 5 – by Shane Rendalls

Shane Rendalls, candidate for Division 5, has contributed this piece. All candidates for the 16 March 2024 Redland City Council elections are invited to submit an opinion piece for publication by Redlands2030. Not sure how to vote for your Div 5 candidate on Saturday 16 March? Don’t be misled or fooled into thinking there are

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voters expectations
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Voters’ expectations ahead of the 2024 Redland City Council elections

To encourage discussion about things that matter to you, Redlands2030 is doing an online poll to find out voters’ expectations of the mayor and councillors elected to serve Redland City residents at the elections on 16 March. UPDATE – Here are the poll results This is an opt in poll which means that its findings

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Elections

Expenditure caps for mayor and councillor elections start today

Queensland Parliament has passed laws which impose expenditure caps (limits on how much people can spend on election campaigns) for the next local council elections. The spending limits apply for a period of seven months leading up to the local council elections which will be held on Saturday, 16 March 2024. The start date for

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