Brisbane City Council has recruited two-time world champion netballer Laura Geitz to take part in a six-week Food Waste Challenge that will guide Brisbane households on how to reduce waste and save up to $3800 a year on grocery bills.
Helicopters and quad bikes are just some of the tools available in the arsenal of Brisbane City Council’s Mosquito Control Unit as they continue to take the buzz out of the airborne pest.
Brisbane residents have saved 1000 wheelie bins full of scraps from landfill through Council’s community composting hubs initiative in just over two years.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has unveiled a suite of more than 650 free and low cost activities to help kids bust boredom over the summer school holidays.
Brisbane’s green army of schools, community groups and individuals have today been recognised by the Lord Mayor for their environmental efforts, at the Brisbane City Council Cleaner Suburbs Awards.
Brisbane City Council is calling on residents to help keep the city clean, green and sustainable while reducing their food waste and grocery bills, by taking part in the free Six Week Food Waste Challenge.
Brisbane BMX riders will be jumping into 360° tailspins, with the opening of one of the largest BMX tracks in Australia at Bracken Ridge today.
Students will be diving into the school holidays with the city’s pools opening longer from this weekend and Brisbane City Council launching more than 500 activities to bust boredom during the break.
Brisbane City Council is joining forces with Animal Welfare League Queensland to claw back on the number of unwanted cats, with more than 2,000 impounded in Brisbane’s animal rehoming centres last financial year.
Brisbane photographers have shared their views of Brisbane from behind the camera lens, with a record 2,300 submissions to Brisbane City Council for the 2018 Lord Mayor’s Photographic Awards.