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A LITTLE OFF THE FRINGE PLEASE

The entertainment juggernaut which is the Wynnum Fringe Festival is best summed up by the words of Paul Kelly’s iconic hit ‘From little things...

BEST OF CHRISTMAS WITHOUT THE PRICE

Lord Mayor's Christmas Carols Brisbane families will be spoilt for choice for things to do this Christmas with a swag of activities to suit all...

FLOOD-HIT RESIDENTS IN DESPERATE PLEA FOR HELP

Most people love to hear the sound of rain falling but for residents in one tight-knit pocket of Rocklea the sound sends anxiety levels...

GOING FOR A GOLDEN OLYMPIC LEGACY

The 2032 Olympic & Paralympic Games can deliver a gold-medal winning outcome in the crucial space of housing and other key areas if the...

BRISBANE REMEMBERS FALLEN HEROES

Brisbane residents will join the rest of the country in paying a solemn tribute to the brave men and women who paid the ultimate...

Nudgee Reserve Upgrade Gone to Rec and Ruin

Community concerns on the controversial Nudgee Recreation Reserve project culminated in a gathering of locals on Sunday to have their voices heard. Residents met outside...

SAVE OUR SUBURBS

People power roared into action on Sunday when more than 350 concerned residents packed into the Moorooka Bowling Club to protest against a move...

WET START TO SPRING PROMPTS FLOOD THREAT PREP

South-east Queensland was devastated by floods in early 2022. Lives, livelihoods and homes were at risk and impacted. Unfortunately, weather predictions are forecasting a La Nina...

PAID PARKING PUSHED ON NURSES, LOCALS

Locals are ‘not happy’ about paying for permits to park in the Greenslopes area, in the LNP-held Coorparoo ward. Brisbane City Council is proposing to...

LOCALS PUT THE BRAKES ON METRO SHOWCASE

The Brisbane City Council Lord Mayor’s reveal of the pilot Brisbane Metro vehicle at the Ekka, has had a mixed reaction from the public. The...

QUEENSLAND WINS BIG AT BIRMINGHAM

The Sunshine State’s athletes are returning home after representing the nation in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Our athletes put in a tremendous amount of...

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...
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY GREEN CARD ‘WORTH WEIGHT IN GOLD’

It’s the little green card stashed away in our wallets and purses that you might not think too much about but are mightily relieved...

FLYING FLAGS A ‘BRIDGE TOO FAR’ FOR MAYOR

With the Neville Bonner Bridge from South Bank to the CBD heading for completion later this year, Labor Opposition Leader Jared Cassidy has urged...

LUNAR NEW YEAR FESTIVITIES

Get ready for some great entertainment, fabulous food and of course the occasional dancing dragon as Brisbane gets set to celebrate the Lunar New...

HELPING OTHERS LEARN OUR ‘LINGO’

With the countdown underway for the 2032 Olympics and Paralympic Games we here at Brisbane Now have taken it upon ourselves to compile what...