TAKE a look back at the year that was with the most read stories of 2019.
From measles alerts to film shoots and crime, the Redland City Bulletin has been there every step of the way.
Here are the stories that mattered most to readers this year. Click on the links to read the full stories as they happened.
A PERSON with measles visited Victoria Point, Cleveland and Thornlands in February while likely to have been infectious.
Queensland Health issued a measles alert, saying they had been notified of a case of measles.
MORE than $10,000 of damage was caused to a Mount Cotton supermarket when a stolen car rammed the front doors during a break-in on Tuesday, March 21.
A police spokesperson said that a stolen Pajero was used to force entry through the doors of IGA Mount Cotton on Valley Way while another car was used as a lookout vehicle.
A MAN feared to have been trying to abduct a 13-year-old boy at Redland Bay turned out to be a father trying to get information about school buses.
Police confirmed that no attempted abduction occurred when the boy was approached by a man at a Redland Bay bus stop in February.
A POLICE spokesman said a man was walking home from Raby Bay when he was confronted by five to seven juveniles near the corner of Middle and Wynyard streets in May.
AN Alexandra Hills home at McDonald Road was used as a set for feature film Monster Problems in April.
FILM crews set up at bayside Redlands in April to shoot a television series that was streamed across the globe by Netflix.
THE Redlands, Logan and Brisbane's southside were hit with a measles outbreak in November, with health authorities confirming 23 cases.
POLICE closed off part of Redland Bay Road in July to investigate a suspicious item.
A FIRE that caused extensive damage to a business on Mount Cotton Road, Carbrook in July was caused by a spark from machinery.
Explosions from the fire - potentially from gas bottles, according to police - were heard at Mount Cotton.
THE owner of a Nissan Patrol stolen in February says he was devastated to find his beloved vehicle in pieces in an old poultry shed on a Redland Bay acreage.
Police found the vehicle with more than 80 others at the Heinemann Road property on September 21.
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