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  • Council Listens to Community on PDA Projects

    Redland City Council has listened to the community and will ask the State Government to amend the plans for the two waterfront development projects in line with community feedback.

    19 Mar 2014 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • Council Calls on State Government to Join the Fight Against Amity Point Erosion

    Council calls on State Government to join the fight against Amity Point erosion

    05 Mar 2014 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • Fire debrief outlines lessons learnt from Straddie fire

    As North Stradbroke Island continues to heal from the bushfires that ravaged it over the New Year period, the response to the fire by emergency services was discussed during a multi-agency debrief today.

    28 Feb 2014 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • Redland City Budget Leads the Way – Again!

    Redland City Mayor Karen Williams has today delivered the lowest headline rates increase in South East Queensland … for the second year in a row. Cr Williams said the $238 million budget for 2013-14 provided cost of living relief while delivering the high quality services people expected from their Council. “I was proud of Council’s first budget last year, but I am even more proud of our second, which delivers the surplus I predicted a year ago and a headline rates increase of 1.43 per cent,” she said.

    27 Jun 2013 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • More Recycling Options for Straddie

    A new fortnightly pick-up service is being offered to North Stradbroke Island businesses for the first time and is available as a 1.5 or 3 cubic metre bin.

    05 Dec 2012 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • New Government Economic Development Bill made for Redlands

    Redland City Mayor Karen Williams today hailed the Newman Government’s Economic Development Bill as the perfect accelerant for stalled local projects. Councillor Williams said the Bill, introduced to the Parliament today by Deputy Premier, Minister for State Development, Infrastructure and Planning Jeff Seeney, delivered on the government’s pledge to get the state back on track.

    02 Nov 2012 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • Redlands’ Waterways Achieve Best Result in Eight Years

    Redland City’s waterways are the healthiest they have been for eight years, according to the 2012 South East Queensland Ecosystem Health Report Card.

    25 Oct 2012 - (2) Comments - continue reading

  • Affordable Frills on Back to Basics Budget

    Speaking to a capacity crowd of 350 at the Cleveland RSL, Karen Williams outlined her 10 year financial plan and vision for Redlands as she launched her campaign for mayor

    17 Apr 2012 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • Redlands Set To Miss Out on the NBN

    In light of the recent roll out of the National Broadband Network (NBN) which is set to be completed by 2015, the Redlands area has been identified as an area that is not to be serviced by the scheme within the next three years.

    04 Apr 2012 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • The Race for Candidates is Now On

    With the announcement of a new look Ministry and the reshaping of the public service, mayoral candidate Karen Williams says the soil is now tilled for the establishment of a real workable relationship between Redland City Council and the State Government.

    03 Apr 2012 - (0) Comments - continue reading

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