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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...

DOB IN A HOON

In a world-first, Queensland police are implementing special technology to allow citizens to upload videos and photos as digital evidence. The technology, developed by Axon...

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...

LONG GRASS COMPLAINTS SURGE ACROSS BRISBANE

It's one of the most basic services a Council can offer - mowing. But this year it seems Brisbane's parks, median strips and kerbsides are...

LNP COUNCILLORS REFUSE TO CONDEMN CITIPOINTE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE OVER ENROLMENT CONTRACT

There was a wave of immense public outrage when an enrolment contract for Brisbane's Citipointe Christian College was released before the start of term...

BRING BACK THE GRASS AND FOUNTAINS!

Residents have sparked renewed calls for King George Square to return to its former green glory. A petition has been launched on the Brisbane City...

HEMMANT RESIDENTS FRUSTRATED OVER LACK OF DRAINAGE

There's no doubt, new housing developments have been popping up across Hemmant in recent years with the population continuing to grow. But residents are seriously...

BRISBANE’S BEATEN TRACKS

A safe, clean, accessible footpath with no cracks can be hard to find in Brisbane. In fact, recent figures reveal that there are 1,114 broken...

CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MOZZIES

It's that time of year again when umbrellas come out and aerogard goes on. This summer is set to be wet with the Bureau of...

WHAT’S THE HOLD UP? POTENTIAL BANYO RAIL CROSSING UPGRADE AT STANDSTILL

It's been the location of multiple crashes and the talk of the locals for years now and everyone agrees, something needs to be done...
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