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“BLATENT SELF-PROMOTION”: LNP REPRINT COUNCIL FLYERS COSTING RATEPAYERS UP TO $130K

Almost every month the Brisbane City Council sends out a newsletter called 'Living in Brisbane'. Each flyer includes a picture of the LNP Mayor Adrian...

CALLS TO NAME CITYCATS AFTER BRISBANE KIDS CARTOON

Brisbane is known for its CityCats, but what about its "CityDogs"? A Brisbane resident has launched a petition calling for two flood damaged CityCats that...

FRUSTRATED BRISBANE RESIDENTS ASK TO MOW PARKS THEMSELVES

Summer is still burning bright and La Nina has certainly made her mark, resulting in ample grass growth over the last few months. But, according...

PRESSURE MOUNTS FOR FORESHORE UPGRADE

It's been on Brisbane City Council's to-do list for 17 years, but still the Brighton Foreshore remains in desperate need of an upgrade. But the...

WORST BRISBANE SUBURBS PLAGUED BY POTHOLES

They can pop your tyre and ruin your day, all within seconds. They are also a serious safety hazard. Potholes are nobody's friend and they've been...

DRAINAGE FUNDING DOWN, FLOODING COMPLAINTS UP

Figures in Brisbane City Council documents reveal a drop in allocated funding for drainage infrastructure in recent years. In the 2020/21 financial year the funding...

OPINION: “A LOT OF QUESTIONS NEED ANSWERING”

It’s now been more than three weeks since the end of the flood crisis. The uninsured, underinsured and people who rent have been hit hard....

RESIDENTS FURIOUS WITH LACK OF FLOOD WARNING

As the water recedes and the clean up continues, the focus is switching to what went wrong with Council's response to the 2022 flood...

DARRA RESIDENTS SEETHING OVER COUNCIL’S CALL TO TURN PARK INTO “CESSPIT”

To aid with the flood clean-up, the LNP-run Brisbane City Council has set up a number of temporary tip sites. But the location of some...

“WHAT A JOKE!”: RESIDENTS FURIOUS OVER COUNCIL’S DECISION TO CANCEL MUD ARMY EARLY

To say the South East Queensland floods have been devastating is an absolute understatement. Not a single suburb in Brisbane was spared. As the water receded,...

“THERE IS NO TIME FOR STALLING”: LABOR COUNCILLORS CALL FOR MOSQUITO BLITZ AMID JAPANESE ECEPHALITIS CASES

Brisbane residents have been tried and tested over the last few weeks. First the omicron wave, then a devastating flood and now the threat of...

TRAINS AND FERRIES STILL DOWN, SOME BUS SERVICES TO RETURN

The rain may be gone for now, but the flood waters remain high and there's been extensive damage to our public transport network. Rail crews...
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