MEDIA STATEMENT – BUS DRIVER STRIKE

Public and Active Transport Chairman Adrian Schrinner said he had met with representatives from the Rail, Tram and Bus Union earlier today, to discuss their planned industrial action, which would leave 35,000 early morning commuters high and dry tomorrow and Wednesday. “Council is warning bus passengers to make alternative plans for Tuesday and Wednesday, as […]

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Free Wi-Fi goes live at Kangaroo Point

Visitors to one of the city’s most iconic tourist destinations now have the opportunity to surf the web for free, with Council installing public Wi-Fi at the Kangaroo Point Cliffs.

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Community connects with those in need

Council has connected Brisbane’s most vulnerable residents with community organisations and free support services at the 19th Homeless Connect event held on Wednesday 28 June 2017.

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Council remembers Expo 88 through art

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is paying tribute to the legacy of World Expo 88, by investing $555,000 in Council’s 2017/18 Budget to revive some of the most recognisable artworks ahead of next year’s 30th anniversary celebrations.

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Brisbane supports 2018 Commonwealth Games

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said Brisbane was supporting the 2018 Commonwealth Games by not only hosting the cycling and shooting events but delivering special projects as a lasting legacy of the city’s contribution to this historical sporting event.

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$655M for world-class transport and enhanced safety

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has unveiled a $655 million package to deliver a world-class public and active transport network, with a clear focus on enhancing the travel experience for passengers while and maintaining a high-quality service.

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