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BRISBANE RESIDENTS SET TO PAY $48 MILLION IN PARKING FINES

Getting a fine of any kind can ruin your day instantly. Parking fines are especially frustrating if stopping in the wrong spot or staying put...

COUNCIL OPPOSITION CALLS FOR BETTER PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN PALLARA

Labor Opposition Councillors moved a motion in the Council chamber, calling for better bus services in Pallara. The motion that "Brisbane City Council commits to...

RETRO BURGER RESTAURANT PROPOSED FOR CHERMSIDE

Brisbane's Northside could soon be home to a 50's style diner. It's called Slim's Quality Burger Resturant  - think scenes from Grease Lightning. A development application...

SANDGATE YOUTH FESTIVAL BACK IN-PERSON

After the wonderful, adaptive, virtual performances last year, the Sandgate Youth Festival is back this year in-person. The event is in it's third year with...

AUSSIE BACKYARD BIRD COUNT

Every year bird nerds across the country stop for 20 minutes and count the types of birds they see in their favourite outdoor spaces. This...

YOUR GUIDE TO: WYNNUM FRINGE FESTIVAL 2021

Comedy, internationally renowned musicians, acting, TED talks, circus, cabaret, food or drinks... take your pick. The Wynnum Fringe festival is full to the brim with...

BRISBANE’S MASS VAX WEEKEND

This weekend Queensland Health will host a "Super Pfizer Weekend". On Saturday and Sunday (18-19th September) all vaccination hubs run by Queensland Health will be...

GET MOVING – IT’S QLD WALKS MONTH!

Spring has sprung and it's time to get a spring in your step because it's QLD Walks Month. QLD Walks raises awareness and encourages people...

PLAYGROUND NAMED AFTER ICONIC BRISBANE CLOWNS

"Live life, love life and laugh.” That's always been Peebo and Dagwood's motto. The twin brothers and clowning duo, David and Peter Bissell, were born with...

NORTHSIDE SCHOOLS GO SOLAR

108 solar panels have been installed at Sandgate State School as part of the Queensland Government’s 'Advancing Clean Energy Schools (ACES) Program’. The ACES Program...
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BRISBANE PRIDE FESTIVAL RETURNS TO ORIGINAL HOME

Queensland’s largest LGBTIQ+ festival fair day is returning to its original home in West End this September. Following the disruptions of the past two years,...

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Residents are being blocked from their homes by ‘illegal and unsafe parking’ – according to a petition to ease congestion in the southern Brisbane...

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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...

STATE FORCED TO GO IT ALONE ON BANYO LEVEL CROSSING INVESTIGATIONS

The Queensland Government has been forced to go it alone after the Brisbane City Council Lord Mayor and the Northgate Ward Councillor have refused...