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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,...

YOUR GUIDE: BRISBANE FESTIVAL 2022

Brisbane Festival Organisers promise to fill the city with joyous connections, curiosity, inspired stories and deep civic pride during the Brisbane Festival 2022 being...

DID YOU KNOW ABOUT DISC GOLF?

Ever thought of swapping the golf clubs and balls for a frisbee? Did you even know Brisbane has Disc Golf courses? Council offers two free courses,...

FESTIVE BOREDOM BUSTERS

2020 has been a year to remember for all of the wrong reasons. Many of us would have been happy to put the Christmas tree...

SUBURBAN ONE-STOP FIX IT SHOP

When you think 'cafe', usually coffee, tea and avo on toast comes to mind, but what about a slice of advice to help you...

SEASIDE FESTIVITIES

A bayside artistic bonanza is set to take place this summer for the first time ever. Planning for the inaugural Wynnum Fringe Festival is well...

SANDGATE ROCKS OUT ONLINE

Like everything, the Sandgate Youth Festival was a little different this year. There were guitars, drums, microphones, and an abundance of talented young musicians, but...

THE BIFF IS BACK

BIFF (the Brisbane International Film Festival) is back for 2020, bigger and better than ever. This year the festival is boasting two must-see exhibitions. The First...

BRISBANE’S NORTHSIDE BLAMES EISTEDDFOD WIN ON THE BOOGIE

It's a dance competition like no other. You can bribe the judges and sabotage other teams. Some competitors are just 4-years-old, others are 84, some have...

NEW UPGRADES MAKE PLANETARIUM SHINE

Ever wanted to stargaze on a rainy day? Sounds impossible right? Well not if you’re in Brisbane. Nestled in the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens is...
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‘SERIOUS’ CONGESTION DRIVES SAFETY CONCERNS

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

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...

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...