Thursday, June 28, 2018

Nature lovers home that would be perfect for Bear Grylls to go under the hammer

A WOODEN wonderland that was described by its owner as the home that “Bear Grylls would love to live in” is just one of the interesting homes going to auction across Brisbane over the weekend.

The home at 60 Northview Outlook, Moorooka has a back to nature type theme with a strong use of exposed wood and earthy colours inside and out.


Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Family fashion label hits the runway at fashion week

A FAMILY owned and made fashion label with origins sewn in Ipswich is en route to the runway at the 2018 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival in Brisbane.

Three generations of fashion designers and fashion enthusiasts are the passion behind a new dressmaking venture.

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Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Brisbane City Council's plans to make millions by fining residents

The 2018-19 financial year is yet to start but Brisbane City Council already has plans to make millions of dollars in revenue from fining residents.

The latest Brisbane City Council budget showed the council’s predicted spending for the next financial year and beyond, including the revenue it planned to make.

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Monday, June 25, 2018

Retractable security bollards to be installed in Brisbane CBD

More than $2 million will be spent to install underground security bollards in Brisbane's central business district.

In the 2018-19 Brisbane City Council budget $2.8 million was listed under the project title “City Hall Precinct Maintenance and Enhancement”.

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Sunday, June 17, 2018

Council to build sport fields on flood-prone land

Brisbane’s flood-prone land has been purchased by Brisbane City Council which will spend millions to turn it into sporting fields.

The 2018-19 budget revealed the council would spend $40 million over three years to deliver new facilities in at least six suburbs.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018

'The tank's empty': Opposition leader slams Brisbane council budget

Brisbane council Opposition Leader Peter Cumming has slammed lord mayor Graham Quirk’s 2018-19 budget as a “final act of political tragedy”.

On Friday morning, two days after the budget was handed down, Cr Cumming delivered his budget response to the council chamber.

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Friday, June 15, 2018

Wayne Bennett concedes Jack Bird’s NRL season likely over

BRISBANE coach Wayne Bennett says Jack Bird’s NRL season is all but over after booking the prized Cronulla recruit for surgery.
Bennett said the Broncos were preparing to “get by without him” for 2018 after ex-NSW star Bird finally succumbed to the sternum injury that has plagued him for nine months.

Bird - who has played just eight games in his first Broncos season - has been booked for surgery on Monday.

The 23-year-old has not been sighted since round 10 but had been hopeful of playing Saturday night’s NRL clash against his former club the Sharks.

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