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First look at plan to transform Oxley Creek green corridor

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today unveiled the draft Master Plan for the Oxley Creek Transformation project, which will restore a 20 kilometre run-down, industrialised creek corridor into a world class environmental leisure precinct. Read more…

Ground work laid for new KSD riverwalk

Brisbane City Council’s Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade is one step closer to getting residents home quicker and safer, with the completion of the city’s largest river piling job laying the foundations for the road widening and new riverwalk. Read more…

Streets of Remembrance

Brisbane City Council is proud to commemorate the spirit of the ANZAC through the annual Streets of Remembrance project which commenced in 2015 to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the Gallipoli landings. Read more…

Construction underway on Wynnum Road corridor upgrade

Construction is underway on Brisbane City Council’s $128 million Wynnum Road corridor upgrade, with reduced speeds and traffic changes commencing tomorrow (Friday), to facilitate works. Read more…

Inner City Bypass on-ramp for buses and vehicles takes shape

The final stages of Brisbane City Council’s upgrade of the Inner City Bypass (ICB) are taking shape, with a new westbound on-ramp for buses and general traffic now complete, ahead of a mid-year opening. Read more…

Brisbane pays tribute to ANZAC past in final year of Centenary

Brisbane City Council is readying the city for events marking the final year of the Centenary of ANZAC next week, with a range of new commemorative events and works to pay tribute to the sacrifices of Australian servicemen and women. Read more…

Toowong Cemetery commemorates ANZAC history

Brisbane City Council is providing residents and visitors with a rare opportunity to see city’s iconic Toowong Cemetery at night, with a suite of special events to commemorate Australia’s fallen service men and women ahead of ANZAC Day. Read more…

QUBE Effect artists to rock Brisbane

Brisbane gig-goers can check out the future of the city’s live music scene this month, thanks to Brisbane City Council’s talent showcase the QUBE Effect 2018. Read more…

Valley festival to showcase city’s vibrant culture

The Valley’s iconic Chinatown Mall will come alive with live entertainment, music and dance as part of Brisbane’s City Council’s 2018 Valley Multicultural Festival on Saturday April 14. Read more…

Council leaps into Easter school holiday fun

Brisbane City Council is leaping into the school holiday spirit with a suite of more than 700 activities for kids to kick boredom to the kerb over the Easter break. Read more…