Be sure to check out CIN’s new monthly Events Guide in this month’s issue!
Water sports are back on Coochiemudlo Island with kayaks, SUPS and water bikes available to explore our beautiful bay. Read our interview with Bay Island Water Sports in our October 2022 issue and lots more! Online Editions.
Big shout out to Darren & Louise Gearing of Bay Island Transport, for sponsoring CIN since our inception. Great community spirit! We are so grateful for your support.
Thank you to each of our advertisers for your community focus and special thanks to our growing band of community-focused advertisers booking and paying for ads 12 months advance – THANK YOU Andrew Stovell (Redland Tree Service), Andrew Courtney (Plenitude Wealth), Angela Hoskins (Site Content), Craig Carter (Coochie Contractors), Kerry Burton (Team Solomon Estate Agents), Matt Bufalino (Bufalino Builders), Ian and Christine Hart (Coochiemudlo Island Beach Bar), and Steven Shelley, (Shelley Contracting)! Awesome support!
Thanks to each and every advertiser in CIN, and the businesses allowing us to distribute CIN on their premises. We love you! And thank you to our talented contributors and our wonderful readers – without you there would be no paper.
LOTS of news this month! CIN’s Events Guide with art openings, live music, yoga, tennis and more; a Public Meeting on Ambulance, First Responders and medical service issues; amazing news of the new Coastcare environmental hub building to be built on Coochie; a petition to stop the airport redirecting existing departure routes towards the Redlands (I kid you not, it’s serious, please sign the Henry Pike’s petition); a review of the exquisite concerts by candlelight at St John’s Cathedral; tips on getting smart with renovations – where to spend and where to save; What’s On at the Redland Performing Arts Centre (RPAC), and all the inspiration, entertainment and info you need is inside! Whew! A lot happening on this tiny isle!
AND we have all your favourites: Michael des David’s fishing tips, Christo Patty’s relationship tips, Golf Club news, Adaire’s houseboat-living story, Helen Symes health tips, a lovely On the Deck interview, all your community organisation news and events and lots more!
Thanks for supporting Coochie Island News. It means a lot to this community to have our very own newspaper to amplify the voices of our creatives, community organisations and businesses in a rather busy and distracted world.
Have a lovely long weekend!