Brisbane City Council is helping residents celebrate this Australia Day with thousands of people expected to visit pools, parks and take in a green and gold fireworks spectacular at South Bank.
Council is ramping up traffic safety around schools for the first term of the year by working with schools to implement and enforce safety measures.
Brisbane City Council’s Mt Coot-tha Zipline has been given the green light by the State Government and will now proceed to the final decision making phase of the development application process.
Brisbane City Council’s $28 million Green Camp Road corridor upgrade continues to move ahead with Tilley Road set to reopen from next week.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is calling on residents to open their heart and homes this Christmas and consider adopting a pet as part of the Project Empty Shelter adoption drive.
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.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has stepped in to protect two parcels of land in Carrara Street, Mt Gravatt East, announcing the block would be purchased through Council’s Bushland Acquisition Program.
Brisbane’s CityCycle success continues to grow, with the fleet of 2,000 bikes approaching three million trips since October 2010.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today announced that Brisbane City Council is expanding its world-class sporting precinct at Telegraph Road, with the additional of netball courts for district-grade competitions.
A new world-class waterfront dining and entertainment precinct has today opened its doors, marking the first stage of a progressive opening of Howard Smith Wharves following a $110 million restoration.