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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...

“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...

BOLSTERING QUEENSLAND’S CHANCES FOR HOME-GROWN OLYMPIANS

It may be 10 years out from the Brisbane 2032 Olympics, but there’s no time to waste when it comes to producing home-grown athletes. The...

“COVID-SAFE” GYM MAKING WAVES IN BRISBANE

With COVID surging through Brisbane, avoiding catching the virus is becoming increasingly hard. To restore confidence in the community, a few smart operators in 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...

WORLD FAMOUS GELATO ARRIVES IN THE RIVER CITY

From humble beginnings in a Small Mediterranean family kitchen, Anita Gelato is now an internationally renowned ice cream chain. People recognise the name and the...

LNP COUNCILLORS BLOCK MOVE TO NAME PARK AFTER ASH BARTY

In Brisbane City Council's first meeting back for the year, Independent Councillor Nicole Johnston got up to move a motion calling for Brisbane City...

QLD’S CARE ARMY TAKES GUARD

With the Covid wave making its way though Brisbane and Queensland, there are many of us stuck in isolation. The elderly, the young, those with...
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