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Governance, Koalas, Letters to the Editor, Straddie, Toondah Harbour, Wildlife

Robodebt, One Mile parking, and Mount Cotton Road upgrade in Letters

Letters to the Editor – 7 April 2023 Letters this week include a call for Robodebt justice, concerns about parking at One Mile, and a plea for koalas to be kept safe if Mount Cotton Road is upgraded. We also have a first time letter writer commenting on Redland City Council’s attempts to re-brand the […]

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Birkdale Precinct, Governance, Residential development, Straddie

White water vision for Birkdale adopted by Redland City Council

A white water vision for the Birkdale Community Precinct, adopted by Redland City Council at its August monthly meeting, will be used to guide development of a master plan for site development – despite community feedback preferring a lower impact future for the site. Other matters considered by the Council at its general meeting on

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Birkdale Precinct, Environment, Governance, Heritage Protection, Residential development, Straddie, Weinam Creek

Birkdale Community Precinct Vision ignores community feedback

Birkdale Community Precinct Vision concept plan proposed for endorsement by Redland City Council A whitewater facility, aquatic centre and adventure play hub feature prominently in a Birkdale Community Precinct Vision proposed for endorsement by Redland City Council at its meeting on Wednesday. Information obtained by Redlands2030 through a Right to Information request shows that the

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Governance, Straddie

Laming, Williams and QYAC discussed in State Parliament

Redlands MPs spoke in State parliament this week about Federal MP Andrew Laming, Redlands Mayor Karen Williams and the Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation (QYAC). Brown mocks Mayor Williams over budget attack State Parliament ended the week on a jocular note with Don Brown describing Federal MP Andrew Laming as “the gift that keeps giving”. “The

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Community, Governance, Straddie

Redlands issues raised in State Parliament this week

Raising Redlands issues in State Parliament this week were Kim Richards (Labor), Don Brown (Labor) and Mark Robinson (LNP). Redlands MPs spoke In State Parliament this week about the State Government’s plans for a new jetty at Dunwich, lack of public participation at Redland City Council’s meetings and the Federal MP for Bowman Andrew Laming.

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Governance, Straddie

QYAC response to Government TLPI Announcement and Courier Mail accusations

Dear QYAC Member QYAC writes to update you on the Land Use Planning process under our Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) and the recent rezoning of lands by the State Government. The type of use of these lands has been identified by the Quandamooka People through consultation. The lands have now been successfully rezoned (e.g.

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Straddie, Submission

Naree Budjong Djara Draft Management Plan consultation

A draft plan for managing the Naree Budjong Djara national park and conservation areas covering more than 50% of North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) has been published for consultation with submissions closing on 3 July 2020. The draft plan covers the following areas shown on the map below:  Main Beach Conservation Park Naree Budjong Djara National

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Community, Governance, Letters to the Editor, Straddie

Straddie access, elections, and ANZAC Day

Letters from residents include suggestions for re-opening access to Straddie, thoughts about the recent elections (including a thank you letter from Mayoral candidate Claire Richardson), and reflections on an ANZAC Day ceremony at a neighbourhood park which the Council wanted to sell off for residential development, a few years ago. If you have something to

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Straddie

Candidates answer water extraction questions

Some Redland City Council election candidates have responded to questions from SIMO about water extraction from North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah). The SIMO committee sent questions to known Council election candidates asking their views on water security in the Redlands and the potential harm of excessive water extraction to Minjerribah/North Stradbroke Island. It is disappointing that many

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Straddie

Candidates grilled on Straddie water extraction

Questions about water extraction from North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) have been put to Redland City Council election candidates by Stradbroke Island Management Organisation (SIMO). SIMO questions for Council election candidates Dear Candidate We want to inform our membership and the wider public of your policies on water security for the Redlands and water extraction from

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