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Community outraged after Brisbane City Council approves a 47-storey development near Customs House

By Daniele Antonaglia

Brisbane’s iconic Customs House and a historic fig tree on site are at risk, after the Brisbane City Council approved a 47-storey development next to the heritage listed Customs House precinct, without consulting the community. 524 more words

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A very Brisbane Christmas

Christmas in Brisbane is a far cry from the snow and log-fires images of the northern hemisphere that we are constantly bombarded with at this time of year.  277 more words

GOLD enhances life for socially isolated

TAYLOR TOOVEY

The Growing Older and Living Danger (GOLD) initiative of the Brisbane City Council offers health and wellbeing activities to residents over 50.

The program began in 1997 and has proven popular with more than 30,000 people participating in the 2405 classes that were run in the 2015-2016 financial year. 624 more words

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Councillor questions accuracy of BCC homelessness statistics

TAYLOR TOOVEY

The Brisbane City Council (BCC) ‘Housing and homelessness’ page of their website has been a source of speculation over whether the statistics accurately portray the number of homeless and insecurely housed in central Brisbane. 701 more words

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$40 million arterial road set to reduce travelling time for commuters.

TAYLOR ROWE

(5km Arterial Road – Source: Courier Mail)

A whopping forty million dollars was spent on an arterial road that will help ease traffic congestion. 260 more words

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Bulimba Barracks To Create Traffic

Local politicians are at odds over the development of the Brisbane City Council’s Bulimba Barracks.

The development was part of a rushed process to convert the 20-hectare riverfront site, following the federal government’s decision to sell off the Australian Defence Force estate. 203 more words

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Friday Night Laneways | World Science Festival Brisbane

Brisbane City Council selected Engage Arts to produce Friday Night Laneways in March 2016. The event was held at Fish Lane, South Brisbane as part of a citywide activation showcasing the links between science and art, through innovative and interactive public programming for the inaugural World Science Festival Brisbane. 336 more words

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