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What Brisbane's ferries can teach us about funding public transport

Barbara T.H. Yen, Griffith University Traditional funding sources are becoming inadequate to meet public transport demands in Australian cities, despite the broad economic and social benefits public transport brings, such as cost savings...

Brisbane waterways in poor heath

Wivenhoe Dam overflow.

Tony Moore Brisbane, you have a drinking problem.

Brisbane Live: Thursday October 9, 2014

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Brisbane Live: Tuesday October 7, 2014

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Lord Puttnam

Movies, politicians need moral purpose: Lord Puttnam

David Puttnam is with his son Sacha Puttnam, who has accompanied him on his Australian trip.

Natalie Bochenski British producer of films Chariots of Fire, The Killing Fields and The Mission visits Griffith.

Brisbane Live: Thursday September 11, 2014

Art director Jarryd Zankovic has been named on B&T's '30 under 30' list but called

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Brisbane fare cut won't stop rorts

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Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Friday 22nd June, 2012.
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Go Card. Transport. Go-card.

Natalie Bochenski Cutting public transport fares by five per cent will not stop GoCard users rorting the system, according to advocacy group Rail Back on Track.

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Queensland 'the safest place in the world': Campbell Newman

Premier Campbell Newman says Queensland is the safest holiday destination in the world.

Amy Remeikis Queensland has a new tool in its tourism selling point tool box – safety.

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Tony Fitzgerald remarks: Full transcript

Tony Fitzgerald A full transcript of Tony Fitzgerald's remarks, distributed at Wednesday night's public lecture, which was sponsored by Griffith University and the Queensland State Library.

'Populist' Newman government hiding behind facade: Tony Fitzgerald

Tony Fitzgerald says power in the state has been transferred to

Amy Remeikis There's no love lost between Tony Fitzgerald and the Newman government.

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Brisbane Live: Friday September 5, 2014

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French student's accused killer in Qld court

Sophie Collombet

The man accused of murdering French student Sophie Collombet has appeared briefly in a Brisbane court.

Inside Brisbane's billion dollar inner-city land debate

Kurilpa

Tony Moore From the air over South Brisbane you can see how out-of-place the series of industrial sites along the Brisbane River opposite Milton – virtually in the middle of the city – are in 2014.

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Closer look at LNP council candidates

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk and LNP candidate Deirdre Thomson.

Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council’s LNP administration has leapt out of the block early in its bid to wrest Labor-held seats from incumbent members in 2016.

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LNP announces first 2016 council candidates

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk and LNP candidate Deirdre Thomson.

Kim Stephens The 2016 Brisbane local government election race has begun in earnest, with Lord Mayor Graham Quirk announcing the first three LNP candidates to contest Labor-held wards on Thursday.

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Link to dodo uncovered by Queensland researchers

Researchers have found a link between an extinct species of pigeon and the dodo.

Eoin Lúc Ó Ceallaigh A Queensland-based research team has linked a mysterious extinct pigeon breed to the ancient dodo, following 230 years of uncertainty.

Stafford by-election battle under way

Labor's Anthony Lynham is tipped to win today's Stafford by-election.

Polling booths have opened in the Brisbane electorate of Stafford where Labor is expected to trounce the Liberal National Party in a state by-election.

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All aboard - GC light rail takes off

The G

Tony Moore A little taste of the future opened on the Gold Coast this morning when commuters finally got on board The G – the $1.2 billion Gold Coast light rail link between Southport and Broadbeach.

LNP's defeat in Stafford a big blow: analyst

Defeated LNP candidate Bob Andersen with Premier Campbell Newman.

Queensland's Liberal National Party was always going to lose the Stafford by-election, but the huge swing to Labor is a blow to the party, a political analyst says.

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Newman tipped to lose seat despite LNP win

Premier Campbell Newman.

Queensland Premier Campbell Newman could lose his own seat even as the Liberal National Party is re-elected for a second term.

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