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PALLARA RESIDENTS TO HOLD MEETING AMID CALLS FOR BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE

Pallara has been dubbed Brisbane's fastest-growing suburb according to the latest Census, however local residents say they are crying out for the most basic...

‘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...

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...

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...

FEDERAL LABOR COMMITS TO BRIGHTON FORESHORE UPGRADE

Anthony Albanese's Labor team has promised $5 million to upgrade the Brighton Foreshore if Labor is elected on May 21. Shadow Minister for Infrastructure Catherine...

“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...

BRISBANE’S MEGA EASTER TRAIL

Get ready to hop around Barrambin (Victoria Park) because this Easter the park will be decked out with a festive trail. The track will feature...

FREE WATER PARKS ACROSS THE SOUTH EAST

Holidays in Brisbane are often a game of staying cool and keeping the kids entertained. To help you achieve both, we’ve put together a list...
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