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Council property company makes $555,468 loss

A loss of $555,468 was posted by Council owned property company the Redland Investment Corporation for the 2018/19 financial year. In a report to be discussed at Redland City Council’s meeting on Wednesday 9 October, officers say that the consolidated loss for Redland Investment Corporation group last financial year was largely the result of: Delays […]

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Infrastructure, Uncategorized, Weinam Creek

Redland’s soapbox: Moores Farm Car parking

The public are encouraged to formally address General Meetings of Redland City Council. At most meetings someone will likely take up the offer to put a point of view forward, It is a well established convention in Redlands and people, from across the city, can take advantage of the “opening” in the official proceedings of

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Community, Uncategorized

YOTY contestant Ethan Stafford interviewed

Ethan Stafford, representing Year 11, Cleveland State High School, was runner up in Redlands Youth of the Year (YOTY). In Cleveland YOTY is sponsored by Cleveland Lions. Ethan has turned 16 since the semi-finals. All YOTY semi-finalists presented to a public audience and were judged by professional speakers and assessors including Redlands Forum. They competed

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Letters to the Editor, Toondah Harbour, Uncategorized, Wildlife

Toondah rally prompts letters

Letters this week discuss community rallies opposing the Toondah PDA development. Public scorn was directed at the mega residential development to be located offshore, in Moreton Bay, near Cleveland. The biggest event was organised by Birdlife Australia attracted 500 people, the Save Straddie Rally brought together 300 and 50 attended the Wild Koala Day event.

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Weinam Creek carpark submissions due 22 May

Would you and your family want a mega carpark constructed in your neighbourhood? Residents at Orchard Beach in Redland Bay are calling for help from like-minded citizens across Redland City to join them in objecting to plans for a 600 vehicle car park proposed for development by Redland Investment Corporation. Steven Komorowski and his neighbours

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Whales welcome at Quandamooka Festival 2019

Whales migrating up the east Australian coast will be welcomed to Quandamooka Country this year on 2nd June with a major Quandamooka Festival event – Yura Yalingbila Yalingbila. The Quandamooka Festival runs for three months with several events showcasing Indigenous culture and the natural beauty of North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah). Yura Yura means welcome and

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Residents write about Toondah Harbour

This selection of letters from residents shows that Toondah Harbour remains a subject of great concern to the community. Letters to Redlands2030, from concerned citizens, are always welcome. If you have something to say to the community email your letter to theeditor@redlands2030.net Toondah – what else? Given the recent announcement by the UN, isn’t it

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Alex Hills tops Redlands land value increases

Alexandra Hills Alexandra Hills has recorded Redland City’s largest increase in median residential property values over the past three years with a jump of 23.4%, according to Queensland’s Valuer General. Other localities to record large increases are Point Lookout (19.5%), Victoria Point (16.4%) and Redland Bay (12.7%). Across all of Redland City, the median residential

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