Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has announced today that a record 400 hectares of native bushland has been purchased by Council over the past two years, bringing the total land acquired under the city’s Bushland Acquisition program to 4,000 hectares.
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.
Brisbane’s friendliest ambassadors are celebrating their sixth birthday by launching a new walking tour of Fish Lane and the West Village precincts.
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.
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.
Brisbane’s Mt Coot-tha eco-adventure zipline is a step closer to lift-off with Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today announcing the successful tenderer to construct, operate and maintain the new high-adrenalin tourist attraction.
A sparkling program of free events to bring festive cheer to Brisbane this Christmas was announced by Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has congratulated baton bearers who will represent Brisbane in the Queen’s Baton Relay, as part of the 100-day countdown to the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
A key sporting and recreational precinct in Brisbane’s inner-south is set for a major revitalisation, with plans to upgrade the Langlands Park Memorial Pool Complex at Greenslopes today given the green light.
Council will waive the cost of free green waste tipping this weekend, to help thousands of Brisbane residents dispose of fallen branches and garden debris following this week’s wet weather deluge.