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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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Refresh | Friday Night Laneways - Videos

Fancy a little post-Easter refresh of Friday Night Laneways? Thanks to Owen of Shortstack Productions, you can take a look at the videos (below) or follow the link the… 242 more words

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Brisbane: Big LNP Win Carries Messages For Springborg, Palaszczuk

A THUMPING WIN has seen Lord Mayor Graham Quirk easily re-elected in Australia’s largest municipal authority; whilst a swing of around 10% was expected after Quirk polled 68.5% four years ago, the LNP’s grip on council may yet tighten. 1,734 more words

The Brisbane City Council elections

There are local council elections across Queensland today. Here in Brisbane, we are voting for Mayor as well as the local councilors. According to reports the election will be tight – and I can vouch for the fact during the last fortnight we have been drowned by a tidal wave of polls, robot-calls, letter drops, emails and – wonder of wonders! 565 more words

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Wrap-up | Friday Night Laneways Organic Data

Brisbane City Council’s Friday Night Laneways event Organic Data for the World Science Festival Brisbane presented Fish Lane as an electronic canvas illuminated with light and sound. 665 more words

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First-time voter's guide

SIMON HJORTKAER

If you are an Australian citizen, over 18 years old and live in Queensland, it’s compulsory for you to be enrolled to vote in the local election on Saturday, 19 March. 262 more words

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Election time: Who’s on the ballot?

KASPER KAASGAARD

With the local elections in Queensland less than two weeks away and campaigning is in full swing, we checked in with four citizens in the Brisbane area to see if the pubic is listening. 622 more words

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