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21 March, 2017

Brisbane achieves record international tourism numbers

Brisbane’s tourism industry continues to gallop ahead with international visitor expenditure topping more than $2 billion and an additional 50,000 international visitors in the year to December 2016.

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said Tourism Australia’s latest International Visitor Sur...


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22 February, 2017

Major piling construction phase commences for KSD

Council’s $650 million Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade project is steaming ahead, with piling works commencing, as the roadway is widened out into the Brisbane River.

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said the next phase of construction works would involve hundreds of concrete piles being bore...


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14 February, 2017

Council reaffirms pledge to protect shorebirds

Council reaffirms pledge to protect shorebirds

Brisbane City Council has reaffirmed its commitment to ensuring our city is clean, green and sustainable, with the re-signing of an international agreement to protect migratory shorebirds visiting the city’s coastline.

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05 December, 2016

Extended transport and parking for Christmas in Brisbane

Enjoying Christmas shopping and attending festive fun will be easier from this week, with a raft of discounted parking and extended public transport options, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk announced today.

“Christmas in Brisbane is family-friendly experience with over 150 free events, as ...


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12 October, 2015

Council is working to improve local Bardon Park

Brisbane City Council has completed the second stage of landfill remediation works at Purtell Park in Bardon to improve the condition of the area’s creek.

Environment, Parks & Sustainability Chairman Councillor Matthew Bourke said the $320,000 project would involve constructing a n...


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19 June, 2015

Council strengthens battered suburban roads

Brisbane City Council is tackling road damage in the south west, with upgrade works underway at Northbrook Street at Sinnamon Park.

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said the $472,000 project would repair and improve the road surface along the suburban street, which is frequently utilised by ca...


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19 June, 2014

LM invests $10.9 m to enhance city safety in 14-15

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is investing $10.9 million in health and public safety in 2014-15 which will include the delivery of tangible projects that will enhance the city’s safety.

Cr Quirk said the continuation of the Suburban Crime Prevention Grants program would help small organi...


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03 September, 2013

Bikeways link Toowong and Indooroopilly

Bikeways link Toowong and Indooroopilly

Brisbane cyclists have been invited to have their say on the preferred alignments for the Toowong to Indooroopilly Commuter Bikeway Corridor.

The alignments will be available for viewing at a public information session on Thursday...


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15 March, 2013

City Hall organ hits the right note

City Hall organ hits the right note

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has welcomed back the City Hall organ as part of the building’s $215 million refurbishment, with the restored Father Willis organ currently being tuned.

The milestone is one of the few outstanding projects ah...


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29 June, 2012

Matic paves the way in Toowong Ward

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is making Brisbane’s footpaths safer and more accessible with a footpath upgrade in the inner city finished last month.

Local councillor Peter Matic (Toowong Ward) said the Lord Mayor had allocated $35,000 to upgrade the footpath along Sheriff Street in Bris...


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