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Brisbane residents hold the key to shaping the city’s future

Brisbane residents are being empowered to take the future of their neighbourhoods into their own hands, as part of Brisbane City Council’s Plan Your Brisbane initiative, which launches today. Read more…

Brisbane bolsters Lunar New Year celebrations

Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today launched the inaugural Lunar New Year in the City celebrations, performing a traditional dotting of the lion’s eyes to mark the occasion. Read more…

Greeters walk west to celebrate sixth birthday

Brisbane’s friendliest ambassadors are celebrating their sixth birthday by launching a new walking tour of Fish Lane and the West Village precincts. Read more…

Historic bridge uncovered at Kingsford Smith Drive

Workers on the Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade project have made a fascinating discovery, uncovering what is believed to be one of the first bridges ever to be built in Queensland. Read more…

New riverwalk to transform garden’s edge

Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner has unveiled plans for a new riverwalk alongside the City Botanic Gardens, that will complete a missing link in a popular pedestrian and cyclist route between the CBD and South Bank. Read more…

Construction underway for Koala Research Centre

Construction has commenced on a new Council-funded scientific research centre, which will be an incubator for cutting-edge research into disease and genetics, to assist in the conservation of koalas. Read more…

New buses to super-size popular routes

Some of Brisbane’s busiest bus routes will be super-sized thanks to 20 new high-capacity buses added to Australia’s most modern fleet. Read more…

Brisbane fires up the BBQs for Australia Day

Brisbane City Council has started its preparations for a cracker Australia Day, with thousands expected to flock to the city’s parks and pools this Friday. Read more…

Brisbane to send off 2017 with a bang

Seven tonnes of fireworks will be shipped in to send 2017 off with a bang this New Year’s Eve, with Brisbane planning its biggest show yet. Read more…

Council launches drones in parks

Brisbane residents will now be able to launch, operate and land drones weighing up to two kilograms at 10 parks across the city, as part of a Brisbane City Council trial. Read more…