Night Time Weekend Train Testing by Queensland Rail
From Saturday 30 April until Sunday 1 May 2016, further train testing will be conducted by Queensland Rail between 10.00pm and 4.00am. During this time there will be up to two trains tested each night between Petrie and Kippa-Ring.
Queensland Rail is aware noise from such operations can cause temporary inconvenience to our valued neighbours and we appreciate your patience. In the coming weeks, Queensland Rail will continue to keep you updated on further train testing phases and preparatory works.
Queensland Rail: For more information about the testing and commissioning program, contact Queensland Rail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1800 096 821* select option 2 (between 8.00am-
5.00pm, Monday to Friday).
Project team: For more information about the project, you can visit moretonbayrail.qld.gov.au or contact the project team at email@example.com or 1800 096 821.
29/04/2016 | nthlakes
In the early hours of Tuesday 26th April 2016, it is alleged that a single perpertrator forced entry into the business, making off with a large sum of money and electronic devices.
The alleged offender was captured on CCTV footage and a police report has been made.
If you have any information on this case please forward your information to Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000 or PoliceLink on 131 444.
28/04/2016 | mandah
Plans were at a standstill to replace the current roundabout with traffic lights. Until this afternoon.
On Saturday 16th April, Big Local Mango Hill were in attendance for a Community Delegation in support of a petition for the State Government to contribute the remaining $10 million required for the urgent construction of a signalised intersection to replace the current Rothwell roundabout, where over 35, 000 vehicles intersect on a daily basis.
At the Community Delegation, Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey accepted a folder of written and email requests from Local State Member Chris Whiting in the presence of the Community Delegation including representatives of the Mango Hill Progress Association and local residents, advocating and petitioning for the Rothwell Roundabout to be upgraded as a matter of urgency.
Standing by the side of the busy (noisy) roundabout on a Saturday afternoon, residents left the Minister in no doubt as to the urgency for the project’s completion and sought assurances that additional funding would be approved in the 2016 State Budget.
In his response to local residents, the Minister indicated that the State Government supported the project and although there was a $10m shortfall in current funding, he would discuss submissions by the Mango Hill Progress Association and local residents with his Director General as a matter of urgency with the aim of a positive outcome with funds to be approved in the upcoming State Budget to expedite this vital upgrade.
Luke Howarth, MP for Petrie and Chris Whiting, MP for Murrumba were at the Community Delegation, advocating for this vital infrastructure.
Contributions from Federal, State and the Moreton Bay Regional Council had totaled $27.2 million. The onus has been on the State Government to commit the remaining money required for the project to get off the ground.
Mango Hill Progress Association President, Laurence Christie was in attendance at the Community Delegation and appealed to the Minister for Main Roads, Mark Bailey to prioritise Rothwell Roundabout Upgrade.
For more local news visit http://mangohillqld.com.au/news/
23/04/2016 | mandah
Mango Hill Village has new bus stations located on Kinsellas Road West and Park Vista Drive.
The new bus services are due to become publicly accessible to coincide with the opening Moreton Bay Rail Link in mid 2016.
The Mango Hill Progress Association has secured a meeting with the Minister for Transport, Stirling Hoinchcliffe on the 18th of May to discuss their recommendation of a bus stop to be placed on North Lakes Drive.
13/04/2016 | mandah