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.
Brisbane City Council’s award-winning Contact Centre is fielding thousands of calls every day, with rubbish collection, animal control and parking enquiries topping the list of more than 1.2 million enquiries in 2018.
Brisbane City Council is calling for local residents to nominate streets with a connection to ANZAC heroes, as part of an ongoing initiative to recognise Brisbane’s war history.
A walking trail in the Mt Coot-tha precinct that is, in parts, more than 70 years old is about to undergo an upgrade as part of Brisbane City Council’s $14.8 million commitment to protect and enhance the precinct.
Brisbane City Council’s Brisbane Metro project has joined university students for O-Week festivities before the turn-up-and-go service officially arrives for classes in 2023.
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.
Queensland’s most recognisable bridge will soon undergo the makeover of a lifetime, with Brisbane City Council planning to blast bare, paint and restore the 79-year old Story Bridge to prolong its life.
Brisbane residents have saved 1000 wheelie bins full of scraps from landfill through Council’s community composting hubs initiative in just over two years.
Brisbane City Council is driving ahead with a major upgrade of the notorious Murphy Road and Ellison Road corridor, with construction commencing on the congestion-busting project.
Brisbane City Council is today kicking off the 2019 Active School Travel program, which has encouraged more than 100,000 primary school students to actively travel since 2004.