Katherine Feeney New instructional videos, flood information tools and an SES depot for the western suburbs form the basis of Brisbane City Council’s pitch for a safer summer storm season.
Katherine Feeney Ratepayers are forking out a fortune to recover the costs of unpaid tolls, with one father who owns a $1 million house in The Gap racking up nearly $90,000 in fines in his two leased BMWs.
Katherine Feeney Brisbane's 'Big Brother' surveillance network is watching and working, according to figures obtained by brisbanetimes.com.au.
Katherine Feeney City Hall's chief legal eagle will be able to authorise contracts with barristers worth $500,000 without seeking tenders or quotes under a new rule passed by the Liberal National Party-controlled...
Katherine Feeney Nearly 83 per cent of food outlets in Brisbane hold an Eat Safe star rating of three or above but $57,000 worth of fines were issued to 114 venues across the city last financial year for failing to...
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.
Katherine Feeney The potential of the Brisbane River has not been realised, according to those who use it more than most. Will a new planning model from City Hall change all that?
Katherine Feeney Destroyed by a fire in April, the old Brothers Junior Rugby League Football Clubhouse at Stafford will be rebuilt anew with $500,000 from the council kitty, City Hall has confirmed.
Katherine Feeney Council opposition leader Milton Dick has launched a campaign to regrass King George Square.
Katherine Feeney New local laws passed by council last night are set to stamp out Fortitude Valley's grungy image once and for all, with building owners now facing serious consequences should their property fall into...
Katherine Feeney Finding a playground that satisfies the school-holidays crowd is no picnic in the park, though kids these days are spoiled for choice compared to their parents who were largely satisfied with little...
Katherine Feeney The creative teams behind King George Square and a host of other urban landmarks across Brisbane will open up to the public as part of a walking tour of the city next week.
Katherine Feeney Brisbane's water supply will continue to contain fluoride after Lord Mayor Graham Quirk declined an opportunity, enshrined in Newman government legislation, to opt out of the state system.
Katherine Feeney A prominent Brisbane hospitality figure is outraged by changes to on-street parking in the city that come into effect Monday.
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.
Katherine Feeney A lifestyle precinct to rival Eagle Street's Riverside dining stretch could be established under the Story Bridge within the next two years as City Hall prepares to release Howard Smith Wharves to...
Katherine Feeney Receivers are now taking expressions of interest in the Clem7 tunnel after the financial collapse of the toll road two years ago.
Katherine Feeney Disabled ratepayers will have to wait until 2017 before Brisbane's ferry network complies with national standards after a push-back in compliance deadlines.
Katherine Feeney More inner-city bridges, Sydney-style water taxis, riverfront dining venues and a zip-line connecting Kangaroo Point to the CBD could be realised under a draft planning scheme now open for public...
Tony Moore and Katherine Feeney Pressure is mounting on the Transport Minister Scott Emerson to announce changes to southeast Queensland's busways before the university semester begins.