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Parking in Brisbane: Live blog with Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner

Kim Stephens Head of the recently formed Brisbane Parking Taskforce, Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner, will be taking your questions on city parking live from 12pm on Wednesday. Send questions to scoop@brisbanetimes.

Brisbane Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner defends yellow line decision

The mother of Campbell Newman's chief-of-staff has had a yellow no-parking line painted in front of her house.

Kim Stephens Brisbane's deputy mayor is under fire over allegations he interfered with council process to favour an LNP staffer's mother.

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Brisbane CBD 40kmh limit hailed a success

Busy pedestrian crossing at the corner of Adelaide and Edward streets in Brisbane's CBD.

Kim Stephens Five years after Brisbane became one of the world's first cities to reduce CBD speed limits to 40 km/h, the initiative has been adopted in Sydney, London and New York.

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Nicole Johnston court action costs $100,000

Nicole Johnston, Councillor for Tennyson Ward, Brisbane.

Kim Stephens Ratepayers to foot Supreme Court bill for councillor's legal action.

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Disaster funding slash 'absolutely revolting': Crisafulli

A resident cleans up debris after flooding hit Bundaberg.

Kim Stephens A potential storm is brewing between the Federal and State Governments over a proposal to dramatically slash Commonwealth disaster recovery funding.

Riverwalk negotiations cost council $235,000

Kim Stephens A contractual dispute between Brisbane City Council and the Riverwalk builder cost the council $235,000 in fees to a negotiator, council documents have shown.

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Mega-suburb deal kept secret: Labor

Kim Stephens Council accused of "lying by omission" over Upper Kedron land.

Extra cost of Riverwalk rebuild slashed by a third

Brisbane City Council has settled its dispute with the Riverwalk builder.

Kim Stephens A construction cost blowout on resurrected city icon Riverwalk has been settled by Brisbane City Council for just under $7 million, a third of the $20 million the builder had demanded.

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Heritage bridge may cause Lytton Road bottleneck

The heritage-listed Canning Bridge, over Norman Creek at East Brisbane.

Tony Moore Bridge to remain four lanes despite Lytton Road six-lane upgrade.

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East Brisbane homes resumed in Lytton Road upgrade

The proposed Lytton Road upgrade will require resumption of houses at East Brisbane.

Tony Moore Bottlenecked Lytton Road widened to six lanes by 2020.

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Man fined for parking in front of home

Kim Stephens Council officer gave "tacit permission" to park in Milton.

Mega suburb land value jumped after deal

A 1350 lot subdivision is planned for land next to The Gap.

Kim Stephens LNP donor sold site near The Gap for $70m more than its earlier value.

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T3 lanes abandoned on city bottleneck Kelvin Grove Road

Kelvin Grove Road

Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council has abandoned T3 lanes on one of the city's most heavily congested roads after audits revealed 90 per cent of peak-hour motorists were using them illegally.

Live: Brisbane under terror cloud as police raid homes

Forensic police remove items from the Creek Road home.

Early morning raids in Brisbane on Thursday have put the city on high alert. As information comes to hand, we'll tell the story as it unfolds.

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Detour trucks around Mater Hospital to save lives: scientist

Mater Hospital scientist Sagie Pillai.

Tony Moore and Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council and state government planning authorities will have blood on their hands if quick steps are not taken to remove heavy vehicles from Stanley Street near the Mater Hospital, a...

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Riverwalk opening under threat

A contractual dispute threatens to derail the reopening of Brisbane's Riverwalk this Sunday.

Kim Stephens UPDATE: Riverwalk remains on track to reopen on Sunday, Acting Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said on Wednesday.

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Cofely and Thiess team up for Brisbane's green cooling system

Cold production unit. An example of the central cooling technology that could be bound for Brisbane.

Kim Stephens A trailblazing energy saving project that will dramatically slash Brisbane's carbon footprint is on its way to the CBD.

Trucks 'wheels of mass destruction' to cyclists

Three Brisbane cyclists have been killed in collisions with trucks in the past 18 months.

Kim Stephens Trucks on city streets are "wheels of mass destruction" for cyclists, an advocacy group has said, following the fourth fatal collision between a truck and a cyclist in Brisbane in just more than a...

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