BCC Treasure Trove Summer tip shop donation surge hints at Brisbane hobbies gone lost The remnants of discarded lockdown hobbies have taken over Brisbane tip shops, with an influx in hundreds of bikes, golf clubs and fishing rods in need of new homes. Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said alongside the usual menagerie of [...]
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Buyer’s beware: Brisbane’s pest plant black market Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is lifting the lid on Brisbane’s pest plant black market, cautioning residents not to get conned into buying dangerous weeds in disguise. Brisbane’s pest plant black market Dozens of Brisbane’s most invasive plant species are on the pest plant black market , [...]
E-MOBILITY STRATEGY Draft E-MOBILITY STRATEGY Released as Brisbane City Council seeks input from the community and industry on Brisbane’s e-mobility strategy draft to ensure everyone has an opportunity to have their say on Brisbane’s transport future. Council has developed Brisbane’s e-mobility strategy draft to provide guidance to private and public enterprise and support the use [...]
gōng xǐ fā cái – Happy Lunar New Year BrisAsia Festival returns for month-long celebration of Asian culture From dumpling making to lion dancers, a rooftop dance party and weekend food festival, city-wide celebrations will take over Brisbane in February for the ninth annual BrisAsia Festival. The festival, held from the 1-28 February, [...]
Millions in Federal to boost Brisbane economy Federal investment for Brisbane with more than $40 million of Federally-funded infrastructure projects will soon get underway across Brisbane’s suburbs, including opening up the Archerfield Wetlands for public access, improvements to one of the City’s largest sports parks at Whites Hill and roadworks at Aspley, Fitzgibbon [...]
Data shows promising economic recovery in Brisbane Data shows promising economic recovery in Brisbane Brisbane’s economic recovery is in full swing with residents not only spending, but also returning to the CBD following the brutal hit the global coronavirus brought to our city in 2020. Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said it was promising [...]
NEW Victoria Bridge METRO Job creating city projects go ahead despite the ongoing challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. Brisbane City Council is firing ahead with major infrastructure projects that will support more than 3000 jobs and deliver city-changing projects. Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said he remained focused on delivering jobs and infrastructure [...]
Securing Backflow Devices for New Farm Park after the 2011 floods No room for complacency as Brisbane faces La Nina a decade on from 2011 floods Ten years on from the catastrophic 2011 floods that brought Brisbane to its knees, we warning residents to not be complacent in their flood planning as another [...]
Dear Central Ward I would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year. This year has been a mixed [...]
Fetching designer dog tags for registered pups Brisbane City Council is rolling out a range of fetching designer dog tags following a spike in dog ownership, to ensure pups can look fetching while owners keep them safe. City Standards, Community Health and Safety Chair Kim Marx Brisbane said nearly 40 per cent of Brisbane households now [...]