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BRISBANE’S BEEN RAZZLE DAZZLED

Who said the streets of Brisbane were bland? From 10 August until 22 November 2020 a special outdoor gallery of art will be on display...

OVERWHELMING SUPPORT FOR DAGWOOD DOG VENDOR 

This time of year Jesse Mcdonald is usually set up at the Ekka selling Dagwood dogs, but Covid-19 has canceled the annual show.  With nowhere to go and no other...

MARITIME UNION WANTS ANSWERS OVER REMOVAL OF CITY FERRIES

Brisbane’s beloved city hopper and cross-river ferries were suddenly removed from service last month, with the Lord Mayor citing safety concerns. The lack of notice...

INALA LIONS TO THE RUBBISH RESCUE

Maureen and Dirk Scalongne have lived in Forest Lake for more than 20 years. Dirk suffers from a debilitating and painful back condition, so when...

PLANTING SEEDS FOR COMMUNITY GROWTH IN WYNNUM-MANLY

The green light has been given to two exciting new developments in Wynnum West. The first is a new child care centre, set to be...

EINBUNPIN FESTIVAL GOES ONLINE

It’s been running on the last Sunday of every July since 1991, but this year the Northside’s favourite festival had a different feel. With Covid-19 restrictions...

NEW LAGOON MANAGEMENT PLAN MAKING A SPLASH AT EINBUNPIN

After many years of community campaigning, the new Einbunpin Lagoon Management Plan is one step closer, with funding secured to progress design and early works.  The Einbunpin Lagoon...

BRISBANE’S ICONIC CROSS RIVER FERRIES PULLED OFF THE WATER

They carry thousands of residents and tourists across the river every single day, but within a few hours Brisbane City Council has pulled all...

COUNCIL LIFE LINE FOR COMMUNITY CLUBS

After a month of petitioning Brisbane’s sporting clubs have received much needed funding from the Brisbane City Council. When COVID-19 hit, community clubs were in...

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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...