Brisbane

Blast of spring heat to hit Brisbane

Amy Remeikis Hot town, spring in the city?

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G20 Brisbane: City needs more high-end hotel rooms

Brisbane needs more top-en hotel rooms.

Gary Koh G20 has put the shortage of hotel rooms in Brisbane into sharp focus.

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Brisbane police officer suspended over assault charge

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A Brisbane police officer has been suspended over an allegation of assault.

Riverfront land sale begins at South Brisbane

Artist's impression of the newlook Kurilpa precinct.

Tony Moore The first of the three large industrial businesses remaining on the riverfront at South Brisbane, where Brisbane's new city heart is being planned, has finally put their business on the market.

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

CityCat on the Brisbane River.

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...

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Rocket Rod signs up for Brisbane International honour

Tony Moore The Rockhampton Rocket - Rod Laver - has given the go ahead to having the footbridge at Yeerongpilly across to the new Queensland Tennis Centre named in his honour.

No security lapse prior to attack: colonel at Brisbane inquest

Bodies of the killed soldiers brought home via the RAAF base in Amberley

An Australian colonel who led a deadly mentoring mission in Afghanistan has denied there was a lapse in security at the patrol base where three soldiers were killed.

Brisbane waterways in poor heath

Wivenhoe Dam overflow.

Tony Moore Brisbane, you have a drinking problem.

Brisbane Live: Wednesday October 22, 2014

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Brisbane 24-hour health food cafe Liquefy to expand nationally

David Dowd at his 24-hour Liquefy cafe at Mt Gravatt.

Natascha Mirosch Less than two weeks after opening, a 24/7 health food cafe is set to go national.

Brisbane Live: Monday October 20, 2014

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Brisbane Live: Tuesday October 21, 2014

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Brisbane's tallest building to be at Margaret Street

Development at 222 Margaret Street in Brisbane's city.

Kim Stephens After years of false starts, Brisbane's tallest building is set to finally get off the ground.

Brisbane and north Queensland on union's hit list

Queensland Council of Unions president John Battams.

Amy Remeikis Brisbane and north Queensland are shaping up as the biggest battle grounds for the upcoming state election, with unions preparing to ramp up their anti-asset sales campaign.

Double-decker buses bound for Brisbane

Pamela Staines from City Sightseeing, along with Lord Mayor Graham Quirk.

Kim Stephens A distinctive piece of Old Blighty is on its way to the streets of Brisbane.

Brisbane River mystery: Tributes for bodybuilder Ben Reddich

Ben Reddich had recently become involved in amateur bodybuilding.

Kristian Silva Tributes have started to flow for a young bodybuilder presumed drowned in the Brisbane River.

Police find body in the Brisbane River

Ben Reddich went missing in the Brisbane River on Sunday.

Kristian Silva Police have found the body of 21-year-old Ben Reddich who went missing in the Brisbane River two days ago.

Brisbane River mystery: Tributes for bodybuilder Ben Reddich

Ben Reddich had recently become involved in amateur bodybuilding.

Kristian Silva Tributes have started to flow for a young bodybuilder presumed drowned in the Brisbane River.

Brisbane City Council accused of planning document secrecy

Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council's planning chief has fended off allegations new departmental procedures will shroud high level development applications in secrecy.

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Four senior health executives go from Brisbane health region

Health Minister Lawrence Springborg.

Tony Moore Four senior Queensland Health bureaucrats have resigned or been suspended in little over a month from the department's Metro North region.