Kim Stephens Flood-hit areas will be used for housing in the next 20 years, says Lord Mayor Graham Quirk.
Kim Stephens Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has refused to say whether the council would reverse a rates hike blamed on the carbon tax should the tax be repealed.
Kim Stephens It was described as everything from an exciting vision for the city centre to a glossy dust collector.
Kim Stephens Councillor insists flag was accidentally knocked off Lord Mayor's desk.
Kim Stephens Council rejected claims Go Between Bridge and Legacy Way will cause half-billion dollar shortfall.
Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council will not follow the lead of other Australian municipalities by flying the rainbow flag at City Hall on the International Day Against Homophobia.
Kim Stephens The 900m path from New Farm Park to Howard Smith Wharves reaches construction milestone.
Tony Moore Police Minister Jack Dempsey this morning asked Police Commissioner Ian Stewart to investigate complaints of Queensland Water Police delays in recovering bodies under the Story Bridge.
Amy Remeikis Brisbane Underground bus and train project needs a name - and the Brisbane Underground won’t cut it.
Natalie Bochenski A Brisbane bullying specialist is not surprised passengers on a bus refrained from standing up to a racist bully.
Kim Stephens A residents group fighting the introduction of paid parking permits in 14 Brisbane suburbs has vowed to continue its battle, despite City Hall forging ahead with the plan.
Kim Stephens Brisbane residents are the healthiest in Queensland, new figures reveal.
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Kim Stephens Ratepayers footed taxi bill of more than $600,000 last financial year.
Brendan McCourt Man allegedly hunted IRA members in 1970s before moving to Australia on false name.
Marissa Calligeros Brisbane’s Story Bridge will be lit up in the six colours of the South African flag to honour the late Nelson Mandela.
Tony Moore Brisbane should take five key steps to ensure next year’s G20 summit leaves a positive legacy for the city, according to a Canadian professor.
Brisbanites will see the state’s largest-ever fireworks show to welcome the New Year.
Tony Moore Brisbane City Council will likely approve the demolition of three 100-year-old brick buildings in Margaret Street and let a dog park be built prior to the G20 conference.
Kim Stephens Five Brisbane suburbs ravaged by the 2011 floods will have heightened protection against future events by the end of next month.