Lord Mayor lifts lifestyle and leisure opportunities

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is investing more than $307 million over the next year as part of his 2017/18 Budget, to create new lifestyle and leisure precincts, boost vibrant local markets and provide better facilities and venues for all ages to enjoy.

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Council offers heavily discounted pet microchipping

Lifestyle and Community Services Chairman Matthew Bourke is calling on pet owners to take advantage of Council’s heavily-discounted microchipping rates, with more than 2,000 unidentified lost or wandering dogs or cats picked up by Council last year.

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City Reach Boardwalk reopens stronger and safer

Brisbane’s popular City Reach Boardwalk will reopen this afternoon in time for Riverfire this weekend, following the completion of the next stage of extensive maintenance works by Brisbane City Council.

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LM spends $100m for 380 smoother suburban streets

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has increased his investment in road resurfacing to $100 million this financial year to help make more than 380 suburban streets smoother, safer and more enjoyable to use every day in his 2015-16 Budget.

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Council buses spread Christmas cheer

Brisbane’s best Christmas-themed bus was judged by Lord Mayor Graham Quirk and Public and Active Transport Chairman Councillor Peter Matic today, as part of Council’s annual bus decorating competition featuring buses from all seven Brisbane depots.

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