Brisbane

Win tickets to Hundred Foot Journey preview in Brisbane

Hundred-Foot Journey launches in cinemas on August 14.

We’re proud to be hosting a special preview screening of Hundred-Foot Journey on Monday July 28, and we’ve got 100 double passes to giveaway.

There's nothing wrong with Brisbane Broncos: Anthony Griffin

Outgoing Broncos coach Anthony Griffin says the club is in good shape.

Marissa Calligeros Sacked coach says the NRL club is in good shape as Bennett signed.

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Brisbane rates refund when carbon tax repealed

Brisbane City Council added 1.9 per cent to rates notices when the carbon tax was introduced in 2012.

Kim Stephens Brisbane ratepayers are in for a refund.

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$36 carbon tax refund for Brisbane ratepayers

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says ratepayers will receive a $36 refund.

Kim Stephens Brisbane ratepayers will receive a one-off $36 refund in their October quarterly rates notices following the abolition of the Federal Government’s carbon tax.

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Brisbane 'heroin trafficking network' busted

Qld police

Marissa Calligeros Police have busted an alleged heroin trafficking network in Brisbane, arresting 87 people on 203 drugs charges.

Brisbane heroin syndicate made $160k a week: police

Qld police

Kristian Silva Police seize 5kg of drugs and charge 87 people following 12-month operation.

Brisbane Night Noodle Markets a hit with hungry locals

Noodles.

Natalie Bochenski The smell of spice, the sound of sizzling meat and the sight of dozens of coloured lanterns greeted hungry Brisbane residents on Thursday night, as the city embraced its first Night Noodle Markets at...

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World War I photo brings French teens to Brisbane

Two soldiers of the 5th Australian Division, November 1916. Photo: Louis Thuillier

Natalie Bochenski French teens visit Brisbane to connect with Diggers' relatives.

Brisbane receives federal cash for Legacy Way early

Lord Mayor of Brisbane City Council Graham Quirk speaks beside Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss before a drive through the Legacy way Tunnel in Brisbane.

Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council has had an unexpected windfall.

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Wolvi 'shaken' by Kirra-Lea McLoughlin death

Kristian Silva Police expected to interview victim's partner.

South Bank traders 'pushed out' of riverside precinct

Grey Street, South Bank.

Marissa Calligeros Long-serving South Bank restaurateurs, cafe owners and traders claim they are being “pushed out” of the riverside precinct.

Newman tipped to lose seat despite LNP win

Premier Campbell Newman.

Queensland Premier Campbell Newman could lose his own seat even as the Liberal National Party is re-elected for a second term.

Fraser Island searched for century-old graves

A ground penetrating radar in use on Fraser Island.

Marissa Calligeros and AAP Radar equipment being used to uncover dark chapter in Fraser Island's history.

Couple dead after crash north of Brisbane

Qld police

Kristian Silva An elderly man and woman have died after a crash north of Brisbane on Tuesday morning.

Police open fire on offender in Brisbane

At least six bullets hit the Pajero as it was driven towards the police officer.

Police have shot at a man who tried to run down an officer in Brisbane.

Coldest morning in 6 years coming Brisbane's way

Time to get the thick socks out as temperatures plummet in Brisbane.

Natalie Bochenski Get the fleece jumpers and hot chocolate ready – Brisbane could be about to experience its coldest morning in six years.

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Man found dead after Brisbane house fire

Police

Police are continuing to examine the scene of a fatal Brisbane house fire.

Brisbane's coldest morning in almost two decades

Brisbane has rugged up through its coldest morning in almost 20 years.

Ron Goodman Brisbane has shivered through its coldest morning in almost 20 years, with many areas surrounding the capital enduring sub-zero temperatures.

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Brisbane researchers another step closer to Alzheimer's test

Software called MILXCloud automates brain scan analysis and reporting on the Cloud.

Natalie Bochenski New brain-scanning software developed by Brisbane researchers aims to become another weapon in the arsenal against Alzheimer’s disease.

Brisbane's history of modernist architecture on display

Centenary Pool at Spring Hill, designed by architect James Birrell.

Natalie Bochenski Often seen as a sleepy country town through the 50s, 60s and 70, Brisbane was actually a hotbed of creative architecture and design.

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