Katherine Feeney

Katherine Feeney

Katherine Feeney heads the urban affairs desk for brisbanetimes.com.au. She is also one of Australia’s leading commentators on sex, love, dating and relationships via her popular blog CityKat.

Tunnels the 'result of poor planning'

Katherine Feeney As Brisbane's $1.5 billion Legacy Way tunnel project reaches another milestone, top infrastructure minds say governments need to act now to avoid the “last resort” of going underground...

Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade hinges on QIC deal

Kingsford Smith Drive.

Katherine Feeney Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says it could be years before the long-awaited upgrade of Kingsford Smith Drive begins unless a major deal with Queensland Investment Corporation goes ahead.

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City centre fiesta promises host of ideas

Burnett Lane, in Brisbane's CBD.

Katherine Feeney Days after the LNP state government announced their Queensland Plan summit, the party's council counterparts have followed suit with a talk fest of their own.

Queensland's open data push goes 'global'

Premier Campbell Newman, Minister for Mining Andrew Cripps and Assistant Minister for eGovernment Ray Stevens inspect Queensland Globe (22)

Katherine Feeney Premier Campbell Newman has unveiled the prize piece of his government's so-called open data revolution, Queensland Globe.

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City Hall bids to tackle pay controversy

Brisbane City Hall

Katherine Feeney Lord Mayor Graham Quirk will mirror Premier Campbell Newman in a bid to end controversy over a 41 per cent pay raise for politicians at City Hall.

What Brisbane's 'Big Brother' has seen

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Katherine Feeney Brisbane's 'Big Brother' surveillance network is watching and working, according to figures obtained by brisbanetimes.com.au.

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Flood buyback will transform 6ha of properties into parks

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Katherine Feeney Brisbane City Council has decided the future for $35 million worth of flood-affected land once shared between 73 private property owners across Brisbane.

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Mayoral battle taken to 'shifty' laneways

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Katherine Feeney From footpaths and public transport to Brisbane's backstreets, the battle for Lord Mayor continued today with a $2 million announcement from incumbent Graham Quirk set to transform “shifty” laneways...