Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today announced a cracker line-up for the 2017 Valley Fiesta, with Brisbane’s The Jungle Giants and hip-hop sensation Fatman Scoop set to star in the event’s 21st edition.
A one-day trial of on-water helicopter landings is underway today, as Brisbane City Council investigates new opportunities for tourism and leisure activities on the Brisbane River.
School kids will be spoiled for choice these school holidays, with Council serving up more than 500 activities to keep kids off the couch.
Infrastructure Chairman Amanda Cooper today launched a tunnel-boring machine to commence construction on a major stormwater infrastructure relocation and upgrade, as part of the $650 million congestion-busting Kingsford Smith Drive project.
Brisbane City Council is inviting families to take a splash at Brisbane’s 22 public pools, with summer pool hours in effect from this weekend.
Brisbane City Council is calling for a stop to the rubbishing of Brisbane bushland, as part of a new crackdown to catch and penalise people who are dumping their waste illegally.
A major upgrade to one of the city’s busiest suburban roads is one step closer to completion, with widening of Telegraph Road to four lanes now complete between Norris Road and Mustang Street, and earthworks underway from Mustang Street to the Gateway Motorway.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is calling on residents to get prepared for the upcoming storm season, with Brisbane City Council launching its annual storm season awareness campaign.
Brisbane’s CityCycle network is marking a record two million trips, by sending one lucky cycler two million steps in a direction of their choice.
The Brisbane River is poised to benefit from $18 million of on-water infrastructure, with the Lord Mayor releasing designs today for two docking hubs to provide tourist, private and commercial short-term moorings in the inner-city.