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5 BILLION DRINK CONTAINERS SAVED FROM LANDFILL & WATERWAYS

Since its inception in 2018, the Queensland Government's Containers for Change program has stopped 5 billion bottles, cans and poppers from ending up in landfill...

TAKE A TRIP BACK IN TIME ON A VINTAGE COUNCIL BUS

Here is your opportunity to ride on a vintage Brisbane City Council bus around the Brisbane CBD! On the weekend of July 9 and 10,...

‘GET UP! STAND UP! SHOW UP!’: NAIDOC WEEK 2022

NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for all Australians to learn about First Nations cultures and histories and participate in celebrations of the oldest, continuous...

BRISBANE THEN: REFRIGERATION IN THE RIVER CITY

What do fridges and Brisbane have in common? Throwback to 1850. This was when the concept that became the basis for refrigeration technology was first...

FREE SANITARY VENDING MACHINES FOR QLD STATE SCHOOLS

The State Government has announced a partnership with women's organisation 'Share the Dignity' to provide 'Dignity Vending Machines' at State Schools across Queensland. The vending...

THE MAGIC OF DISNEY COMES TO THE RIVER CITY

Disney is coming to Brisbane this winter. Queensland Museum is set to host an epic exhibit called Disney: The Magic of Animation. It’ll feature more than...

ROCHEDALE RESIDENTS FURIOUS WITH COUNCIL’S PROPOSED ROAD CLOSURE

Residents in Brisbane's south are battling with the LNP-run Brisbane City Council over the proposed permanent closure of a busy local road. Council is building...

ASSAULTS ON BRISBANE BUS DRIVERS SPIKE TO NEARLY THREE PER DAY

Bus driver assaults have spiked in Brisbane, with January 2022 recording the highest number of attacks in more than two years despite the Covid...

THE HUNT FOR QLD OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC CHAMPIONS IS ON!

It's called Youfor2032 - a talent scout program launched by the state government to search across Queensland for home grown athletes to compete at...

KAREN’S POP-UP DINER COMES TO TOWN

Ever made a complaint at a restaurant about the service and felt bad? Well at this diner your complaints are welcome, in fact they are...

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BRISBANE PRIDE FESTIVAL RETURNS TO ORIGINAL HOME

Queensland’s largest LGBTIQ+ festival fair day is returning to its original home in West End this September. Following the disruptions of the past two years,...

‘SERIOUS’ CONGESTION DRIVES SAFETY CONCERNS

Residents are being blocked from their homes by ‘illegal and unsafe parking’ – according to a petition to ease congestion in the southern Brisbane...

GREEN AND GOLD FEVER HITS BIRMINGHAM

Over 4,500 athletes from 72 different countries are in Birmingham, England to compete in 283 Commonwealth Games medal events from 18 July to 8...

STATE FORCED TO GO IT ALONE ON BANYO LEVEL CROSSING INVESTIGATIONS

The Queensland Government has been forced to go it alone after the Brisbane City Council Lord Mayor and the Northgate Ward Councillor have refused...