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Graham Quirk calls time after 8 years as Lord Mayor

Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has announced he won’t contest next year’s Council elections and will step down from the role on 7 April, exactly eight years from the day he became Lord Mayor. Read more…

Inaugural Brisbane Cycling Festival pedals into town

Rolling into Brisbane tomorrow, the inaugural Brisbane Cycling Festival will showcase Brisbane as an international cycling destination and attract thousands of attendees. Read more…

Major upgrade completed for Green Camp Road corridor

Brisbane City Council has completed a major upgrade of the Green Camp Road corridor, reducing congestion and improving safety for all road users. Read more…

Speed awareness monitors bounce into Easter

Brisbane City Council’s speed awareness monitors are bouncing into Easter, helping to make suburban streets safer over the school holiday period as part of a citywide speed awareness campaign. Read more…

Old Ascot carpark given new life as a district park

A former park, turned racing club carpark, is about to be returned to its former glory, with a major refurbishment of Ascot Park about to get underway. Read more…

Council gears up to deliver Brisbane Metro depot

Construction of the Brisbane Metro depot in Rochedale is one step closer with dozens of local and national businesses leaders attending a special briefing in Brisbane City Hall. Read more…

Council funding resurges suburban high streets

Brisbane City Council is throwing a spotlight on local high streets, with works underway across the city as part of a more than $9 million commitment to creating vibrant neighbourhood centres. Read more…

Council delivering sustainable, smoother streets

Brisbane City Council is saving more than $4 million a year by recycling more than 62,000 tonnes of asphalt and 7000 tonnes of glass as part of its road resurfacing plan. Read more…

Council teams up with Laura Geitz for waste challenge

Brisbane City Council has recruited two-time world champion netballer Laura Geitz to take part in a six-week Food Waste Challenge that will guide Brisbane households on how to reduce waste and save up to $3800 a year on grocery bills. Read more…

Council contact centre handles 3300 enquiries per day

Brisbane City Council’s award-winning Contact Centre is fielding thousands of calls every day, with rubbish collection, animal control and parking enquiries topping the list of more than 1.2 million enquiries in 2018. Read more…