Alert

About Alert

Alert by QLDNews manages our suite of Facebook Alert Pages.

Alert by QLDNews brings warnings and coverage of emergencies to one place. It helps you find information during, before and after times of crisis and disaster, wherever you are in Queensland.

We aim to tell you what the emergency is, where it’s located, what essential information is available to us that will help you make decisions and where you can find more information.

Moreton Alert

Helps users with real-time access to official warnings and incident reports.

Brisbane Alert

Helps users with real-time access to official warnings and incident reports.

Sunshine Coast Alert

Helps users with real-time access to official warnings and incident reports.

Gold Coast Alert

Helps users with real-time access to official warnings and incident reports.

Bribie Island Alert

Helps users with real-time access to official warnings and incident reports.

Logan Alert

Helps users with real-time access to official warnings and incident reports.

Ipswich Alert

Helps users with real-time access to official warnings and incident reports.

Toowoomba Alert

Helps users with real-time access to official warnings and incident reports.

Redland Alert

Helps users with real-time access to official warnings and incident reports.

Redcliffe Alert

Helps users with real-time access to official warnings and incident reports.

Townsville Alert

Helps users with real-time access to official warnings and incident reports.

Alert by QLDNews Rules

We ask the Alert by QLDNews community to apply common sense when:

  • making comments
  • posting information to our wall, including photos
  • commenting underneath an Alert by QLDNews post.

Alert by QLDNews moderates their Facebook page and deletes comments, links, photos, and videos deemed inappropriate.

Types of inappropriate content include information that is:

  • inflammatory
  • defamatory
  • commercial or promotional
  • spam
  • overtly party political
  • encouraging activities illegal in Australia
  • considered bullying and harassment
  • transgressing copyright or intellectual property (IP) laws
  • compromising a person’s privacy or personal details e.g. phone number.