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Council calls on schools to get active

Brisbane City Council is encouraging school communities to ditch the car and put their walking shoes on as part of the 2017 Active School Travel Program. Read more…

Brisbane artists turn trash into treasure

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today revealed the winning artworks of Brisbane City Council’s world-class Brisbane Recycling Art Exhibition at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts. Read more…

2016 Lord Mayor’s Photographic Award winners announced

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today revealed the winners of the 2016 Lord Mayor’s Photographic Awards. Read more…

Brisbane’s centenarians toasted at special High Tea

Brisbane’s living treasures will today be celebrated in style, with Lord Mayor Graham Quirk and Lady Mayoress Anne Quirk hosting the annual 100+ Club High Tea. Read more…

Council serves up tasty new Food Trucks initiative

Brisbane City Council is serving up a new online platform for local foodies and food vendors, with residents now able to track down the city’s much-loved food trucks through a free, mobile-friendly website. Read more…

Council cracks down on road safety and school parking

Brisbane City Council is cracking down on speedsters and boosting road safety in the suburbs with 55 portable speed warning signs, new high-visibility school zones and priority illegal parking enforcement to be conducted at 25 Brisbane schools. Read more…

Detailed design completed for Wynnum Road upgrade

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has revealed the detailed design for the $115 million Wynnum Road Stage 1 corridor upgrade, which will cut travel times by up to 50 per cent in peak periods and protect historic pine trees in Mowbray Park. Read more…

Brisbane joins International Yoga Day celebrations

Brisbane residents have come together to flex their love for Yoga, with Council hosting a free public class to celebrate International Yoga Day. Read more…

Origin fever hits Brisbane buses

Brisbane City Council bus drivers are spreading the origin fever ahead of game two tomorrow night as part of the annual State of Origin bus decorating competition. Read more…

Lord Mayor invests in a safer City with CCTV expansion

Brisbane City Council will invest more than $2.8 million into the safety of the CBD and the Valley, with an expansion of the CitySafe network. Read more…