Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has unveiled plans for new sports parks across the suburbs of Brisbane as part of a $351 million Budget commitment to enhance Brisbane’s leisure and lifestyle opportunities.
Brisbane residents are helping keep the city clean, green and sustainable, with more residents recycling and less food waste being sent to landfill, as revealed in the latest survey of household rubbish.
Brisbane river commuters will soon be able to get home quicker and safer with the Lord Mayor investing $68 million over the coming year to deliver new express ‘SpeedyCat’ services, a new CityCat, as well as major makeovers to ferry terminals.
Brisbane City Council’s City Planning Committee has today given the green light for a new industrial development in Darra, which will deliver a supersized workshop to service up to 25,550 trucks every year.
The city is set to sizzle this Friday, with the annual Big City Barbecue returning to King George Square from 12 to 2pm to raise money for the city’s charities.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today launched a comprehensive package of flood resilience initiatives for Brisbane houses, to mitigate the impact of flooding and assist flood-victims to recover more quickly after flood events.
Council is completing the finishing touches on its $2.5 million transformation of the New Farm Library, with works on track to be completed mid-year.
Council is completing the finishing touches on its $4 million transformation of the Garden City Library, with works on track to be completed mid-year.
Brisbane foodies will be treated to a host of innovative and gourmet foods at this year’s Regional Flavours, including a locally-brewed coffee flavoured beer, which will be sampled for the first time at the event.
An innovative Brisbane City Council trial is virtually fencing a Brookfield road, to minimise the risk of traffic accidents caused as a result of feral deer crossing the city’s roads.