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Coolnwynpin Creek Boardwalk
Community, Community Life, Environment, Infrastructure, Local story, Wildlife

Coolnwynpin Creek Boardwalk petition – Ngareta Cassidy

My name is Ngareta and I live and work in Capalaba. I want to talk about Coolnwynpin Creek Boardwalk which is also known as the Dan Street Boardwalk. These photos are from Monday the 27th May. Along with the boardwalk, there are a group of Wood ducks, Great egret and Little pied cormorant. Two days […]

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Environment, Shoreline, Wildlife

Shoreline farm dams should be saved for bird habitat: by Kathy Clark

Residents are calling for Shoreline farm dams to be saved – Photo: Frank Burch Shoreline farm dams provide important habitat for various threatened bird species and should be conserved says Kathy Clark, from Birdlife Southern Queensland. Changes to the development approval for the Shoreline housing project are out for public consultation until 27 March 2024.

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Letters to the Editor, Shoreline, Toondah Harbour, Wildlife

Wildlife protection and the housing shortage in southeast Queensland

Letters to the Editor – 28 August 2023 The housing crisis, wildlife protection in the Redlands and the State Government’s proposed makeover of the South East Queensland Regional Plan are discussed in letters to the Editor. If you have something to say about a topical issue email your letter to theeditor@redlands2030.net People living in tents,

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Environment, Governance, Wildlife

Support protection of wildlife corridors in Redland City

There’s just a few days left for the Redlands community to have a say about protecting wildlife connection corridors by amending the Redland City Plan. Submissions now close on 31 July. Redland City Council prepared a detailed Wildlife Connections Plan some years ago, but this plan didn’t protect the habitat that our wildlife needs to

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City Plan 2015, Environment, Wildlife

Have your say about protecting wildlife connection corridors in the Redlands

Consultation extended until 31 July Redland City Council has extended the public consultation period for an amendment designed to incorporate the Council-endorsed Wildlife Connections Plan 2018-2028 into the City Plan within the urban footprint. Have your say The Redlands community can have a say about improving protection of wildlife connection corridors by amending the Redland

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Birkdale Precinct, Environment, Letters to the Editor, Toondah Harbour, Wildlife

Birkdale whitewater proposal, turtle killings, and Toondah in letters

Letters to the Editor – 4 June 2023 Concerns about the Birkdale whitewater proposal, turtle killings, and the Queensland Government’s support for environmental destruction at Toondah Harbour are discussed in Letters to the Editor. Send your views and opinions to Thereporter@redlands2030.net Reconsider Plans for Birkdale I am writing to express my concerns about the proposed

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Letters to the Editor, Toondah Harbour, Wildlife

Wildlife attacked in Thornlands, Toondah on the ABC and local news coverage missed – in letters

Crystal Waters in Thornlands Letters To The Editor – 26 April 2023 An alleged attack on wildlife in Thornlands, a story about Toondah on the ABC’s 7:30 program, and the lack of local news coverage about Redland City Council’s activities are discussed in letters to Redlands2030. Have your say about local issues by emailing a

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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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Koalas, Toondah Harbour, Wildlife

Toondah koalas endangered by Walker Group’s proposed apartments project

Tyler koala with GPS tracking gear in December 2016 – Photo: Chris Walker Claims that the proposed Toondah Harbour development will not have a significant impact on koalas living in and around the precinct are fanciful thinking. Walker Group’s idea of providing a fauna underpass to remove the threat from increased traffic is flawed as

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City Plan 2015, Environment, Governance, Heritage Protection, Wildlife

Wildlife hospital location on Council’s agenda

Location of a wildlife hospital, grant funding and local laws are on the agenda for Redland City Council’s general meeting on Wednesday 15 June. One item not on this agenda is fixing Redland City’s grossly deficient Local Heritage Register by listing about 40 properties which were recommended for inclusion in August 2021. The Temporary Local

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