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Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has declined to explain how Brisbane City Council would pay off its debt for Legacy Way tunnel and the Go Between Bridge if it accepted Queensland Investment Corporation's offer to acquire the tolling rights to both projects.
Brisbane City Council is falling behind in meeting basic community expectations, according to the results of its 2012 Corporate Plan scorecard. On Tuesday the results were seized upon by Opposition Leader Cr Milton Dick who asked if the council had
Lockyer Valley mayor Steve Jones says the centre is monitoring local creeks and issuing alerts through Facebook, and the council's website. "Information from the state-of-the-art river and creek gauges installed over recent months is being fed into
Two years on from the devastating 2011 floods, many Brisbane and Ipswich families are only now getting back on their feet. The anniversary of disaster which ruined hundreds of homes and businesses in the cities is being met with mixed emotions...
Aboriginal activists from a tent embassy in Brisbane's Musgrave Park because the land has been set aside for Aboriginal use, a court has heard. Wayne Wharton, Bogaine Skuthorpe-Spearim and Hamish Chitts were arrested at the Aboriginal tent embassy
Off peak parking project, showing stage one (orange), stage two (yellow) and stage three (pink). Photo: Brisbane City Council This will be the last weekend Brisbane motorists enjoy flat-fee all-day parking in the city and free parking at Roma Street
New Farm residents fear the suburb will lose more of its character if this heritage-listed block of flats is demolished. Photo: Bridie Jabour Once heritage listed, always heritage listed? That quandary as well as the weight a building's aesthetic and
KEN Fletcher was always a colourful presence on and off the tennis court. Lord Mayor Graham Quirk was this morning joined by Fletcher's boyhood friend and biographer, Hugh Lunn and billionaire American philanthropist Chuck Feeney for a ceremonial
It is about setting a course for the city, about providing development opportunities, economic development opportunities for Brisbane," he said. "It is also about making sure that where we can, we get out of the road of people by way of reducing
Brisbane City Councillor Milton Dick says Queensland Urban Utilities will make a $182 million dividend payment to Brisbane council, which owns 85 per cent of the company, and its four other council shareholders, Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Somerset and