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Sweet sounds earn praise from judges

The many voices behind the Redlands Rhapsody Chorus have added another title to their collection as the first Queensland group…

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Bottoms up as Tess toasts success of children’s books

WHEN you think of a children’s book, words like princesses and fairy tales often come to mind.

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Residents waste no time in using green bin service

GREEN is the future, with the Redlands hitting a milestone when it comes to the way the region’s residents dispose…

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Noise Action Plan fails to win support from residents’ group

LOCALS continue to look to the skies as the conversation continues to grow regarding noise pollution, air traffic and flight…

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Local boy survives collision with SUV

Learn about safety concerns at Allenby and Old Cleveland Rd East roundabout in Redlands and calls for pedestrian improvements.

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QPS unveils plaque for Pride Month

Discover the Queensland Police Service's unveiling of an LGBTQIA+ apology plaque, reaffirming commitment to community inclusivity.

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Community ceremony D-Day landing

The 80th anniversary of the allied forces landing in Normandy, France, otherwise known as D-Day was commemorated by veterans and…

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Becoming Redland City – a long road to success

WHEN Moreton Bay was opened to settlement from 1842, free settlers began to move to the Redlands Coast

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QPS campaign aims to promote crackdown on illegal knife sales

QLD's new laws ban knife sales to juveniles, require secure storage by retailers, and restrict combat advertising.

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Technology gives a much clearer picture

Discover how dinner conversations with grandchildren keep family bonds strong, even across continents and through changing times.

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Red Devils nail first win of NPL season

Sunday afternoon’s Round 14 NPL Men’s clash with the Brisbane Roar FC at the Nudgee Recreation Reserve did not disappoint…

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NSW media’s blame game begins again

AS SURE as night follows day, after every Origin game the NSW media are on to it full bore. Some…

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Making words of difference

WORDS! That simple five- letter syllable allows us to communicate with others far more effectively than actions, although some would…

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Symptoms could lead to cognitive decline

Hello, Redlands readers! Today, let’s discuss an important question: “Which hearing symptoms or conditions could lead to long-term cognitive decline?”

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It’s on the cards – cash will go

Explore the challenges seniors face with cashless transactions, internet banking, and scams, and find practical solutions.

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Budget’s cash injection into aged care hits mark

The Federal Budget unfolds with a robust focus on aged care reforms and the ongoing battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Shorten calls on worried states to back wide-ranging NDIS reforms

NDIS Minister Bill Shorten is urging concerned Premiers and Chief Ministers to back reform of the scheme, saying people with…

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Blueprint for assisting deaf, hard-of-hearing children with inclusion

Deaf Children Australia’s new Blueprint program aims to bridge the communication gap through deaf-friendly resources.

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Moreton Bay College principal takes on new role at university

Janet Stewart resigns as Moreton Bay College principal to join The Women’s College at UQ. Her legacy of dedication endures.

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A small school with big dreams

SCENIC Shores has already made local sporting history after competing in its first District Sporting meet with a cross country…

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RBA Governor’s interest rate message is one of uncertainty

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has opted to maintain the cash rate target at 4.35 per cent, keeping the…

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REIQ believes mortgage holders will bear the burden from latest budget

The REIQ is concerned that short-term incentives in the Federal Budget will keep interest rates up for longer, passing the…

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The importance of using a conveyancing solicitor

Buying property is one of the most significant investments you’ll make, and the process can be complex in Queensland.

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New era for marine rescue in Queensland

QUEENSLAND emergency services that respond to natural disasters and crises have faced significant changes following the launch of Marine Rescue…

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Fatality Free Friday holds key to safety

New research points to dangerous behaviour as Queensland’s road toll climbs.

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Q6 e-tron powers Audi’s all-electric line up

The Audi Q6 e-tron has opened the company’s market to lovers of the all-electric vehicle line with its 2024 release.

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Go Mad, have a ball raising funds for Cage Foundation

When The Cage Youth Foundation’s Linda Grieve put out a call for sponsorship support, businesses swamped her with their generous…

Doggone – ‘pawrents’ again get chance to be pampered

PUPPYPALOOZA is set to make a return this year after its recent event proved to be “pawsitively” perfect.

Musical Melodies bringing the best songs to you

Redland Performing Arts presents six performances for the 2024 Musical Melodies concert series.

A solid plan for debt reduction

Learn practical steps to pay off debt and regain financial freedom. Create a plan, budget wisely, and increase your income.

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The Art of Delegation in empowering teams

Discover how effective delegation boosts productivity, employee satisfaction, and community growth in small businesses.

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Sky’s the limit with elevated garden

THIS column is always on about gardening the easy way – either different tools to use, what to plant with…

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Just accept it, you’ll love Austin

If you have missed Austin, you can catch up with the show that first aired on Sunday, June 9 at…

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