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Redland City Council Applauds $41 Million Allocation for Dunwich Ferry Terminal Upgrade in SEQ City Deal

Council Welcomes Dunwich Ferry Terminal Upgrade in SEQ City Deal

Discover the latest news as Redland City Council welcomes the $41 million commitment for the Dunwich ferry terminal upgrade in the South East Queensland (SEQ) City Deal. Mayor Karen Williams highlights the transformative potential of this infrastructure investment, promoting connectivity, tourism, and thriving communities. Stay informed about the strategic outcomes and upcoming developments in one of Australia’s fastest-growing regions

Meals on Wheels Victoria Point/Redland Bay Warns Clients of Hoax Calls

Meals on Wheels Victoria Point/Redland Bay Warns Clients of Hoax Calls

Meals on Wheels Victoria Point/Redland Bay, a trusted aged care service in Brisbane South, faces a distressing surge in scams targeting vulnerable clients. Discover their proactive measures to safeguard against exploitation and raise awareness about these malicious activities. Ensuring the well-being of seniors and individuals with limited mobility is their priority.

Ormiston College Triumphs in Maths Team Challenge

Ormiston College Triumphs in Maths Team Challenge

Ormiston College has reaffirmed its mathematical dominance by securing the overall win in the Maths Team Challenge, once again. The competition, held on Thursday 13 July at Moreton Bay College, saw many rival schools vying to dethrone Ormiston College from its winning streak.

Redland City Council Consults on Tougher Penalties for Minor Stopping Offenses

Redland City Council Consults on Tougher Penalties for Minor Stopping Offences

And about time, too! Redland City Council is considering a proposal to elevate penalties for minor stopping offences to promote public safety. The potential increase in penalties would encompass safety-related infractions such as stopping in no-stopping areas or bus zones, halting near pedestrian crossings, and obstructing traffic flow. To implement the higher penalties, an amendment to Subordinate Local Law No. 5 (Parking) 2015 would be required. The primary objective behind this proposed change is to serve as a deterrent, discouraging individuals from engaging in these safety-related violations. By enforcing stricter penalties, Redland City Council aims to enhance public safety and ensure smooth traffic flow within the municipality. The proposed amendment allows community members to contribute their insights and opinions on

Redland City Council Applauds $41 Million Allocation for Dunwich Ferry Terminal Upgrade in SEQ City Deal

Council Welcomes Dunwich Ferry Terminal Upgrade in SEQ City Deal

Discover the latest news as Redland City Council welcomes the $41 million commitment for the Dunwich ferry terminal upgrade in the South East Queensland (SEQ) City Deal. Mayor Karen Williams highlights the transformative potential of this infrastructure investment, promoting connectivity, tourism, and thriving communities. Stay informed about the strategic outcomes and upcoming developments in one of Australia’s fastest-growing regions

Meals on Wheels Victoria Point/Redland Bay Warns Clients of Hoax Calls

Meals on Wheels Victoria Point/Redland Bay Warns Clients of Hoax Calls

Meals on Wheels Victoria Point/Redland Bay, a trusted aged care service in Brisbane South, faces a distressing surge in scams targeting vulnerable clients. Discover their proactive measures to safeguard against exploitation and raise awareness about these malicious activities. Ensuring the well-being of seniors and individuals with limited mobility is their priority.

Ormiston College Triumphs in Maths Team Challenge

Ormiston College Triumphs in Maths Team Challenge

Ormiston College has reaffirmed its mathematical dominance by securing the overall win in the Maths Team Challenge, once again. The competition, held on Thursday 13 July at Moreton Bay College, saw many rival schools vying to dethrone Ormiston College from its winning streak.

Redland City Council Consults on Tougher Penalties for Minor Stopping Offenses

Redland City Council Consults on Tougher Penalties for Minor Stopping Offences

And about time, too! Redland City Council is considering a proposal to elevate penalties for minor stopping offences to promote public safety. The potential increase in penalties would encompass safety-related infractions such as stopping in no-stopping areas or bus zones, halting near pedestrian crossings, and obstructing traffic flow. To implement the higher penalties, an amendment to Subordinate Local Law No. 5 (Parking) 2015 would be required. The primary objective behind this proposed change is to serve as a deterrent, discouraging individuals from engaging in these safety-related violations. By enforcing stricter penalties, Redland City Council aims to enhance public safety and ensure smooth traffic flow within the municipality. The proposed amendment allows community members to contribute their insights and opinions on