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Surveillance cameras crack down on illegal dumpers

A suite of covert surveillance cameras are the latest weapon in Brisbane City Council’s arsenal to fight illegal dumping in Brisbane, catching 36 dumpers in the dirty act last year. Read more…

Traffic switches on Green Camp Road

Brisbane City Council’s $28 million Green Camp Road upgrade has reached a major milestone, with motorists now able to drive along the newly constructed road corridor for the first time. Read more…

Council plans for CBD waterfront revitalisation

City Planning Chairman Cr Matthew Bourke is calling for Brisbane residents to provide their feedback to Brisbane City Council about the future of the city’s iconic City Reach waterfront area, through a new master plan. Read more…

Council calls for safety around schools for Term 4

Brisbane City Council is continuing its campaign to keep kids safe with a traffic blitz planned at 60 Brisbane schools for Term Four, to reduce congestion and boost safety. Read more…

Council readies residents for pre-summer backyard cleanout

Thousands of Brisbane residents are expected to have a spring cleanout this weekend, with Brisbane City Council cutting green waste costs for residents who ready their yard for the summer storm season. Read more…

Council sniffs out koalas at 17 new bushland sites

Brisbane City Council is continuing Australia’s largest genetic and population mapping survey of koalas, with 85 per cent of new bushland areas surveyed showing evidence of the at-risk species. Read more…

Council floats upgraded New Farm ferry terminal

Brisbane’s most modern ferry terminal has today been unveiled, with works to upgrade the New Farm Park ferry terminal now complete. Read more…

River City readies for fireworks spectacular

Brisbane is buzzing with the city’s best vantage points being prepped and traffic management plans locked in for the city’s biggest fireworks spectacular this Saturday September 29. Read more…

Cut food waste and save money in six weeks

Brisbane City Council is calling on residents to help keep the city clean, green and sustainable while reducing their food waste and grocery bills, by taking part in the free Six Week Food Waste Challenge. Read more…

Brisbane-first professional BMX track opens to public

Brisbane BMX riders will be jumping into 360° tailspins, with the opening of one of the largest BMX tracks in Australia at Bracken Ridge today. Read more…