Katherine Feeney Some motorists might disagree but according to a new report congestion on Brisbane's roads is getting better, not worse.
Katherine Feeney Brisbane is viewed as an outdoor advertiser's paradise thanks to local government's willingness to trade urban space with private enterprise in return for public goods, a top industry figure has said.
Katherine Feeney Inner-city Brisbane ranks up there with the outback as a place Queenslanders are keen to move away from, according to a census summary report released by the Queensland Treasury Department.
Katherine Feeney Think fewer cars in the city, towering skyscrapers and thick residential development along key suburban transport corridors and you have an idea of how Brisbane is going to develop over the next 20...
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 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 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 A house seems like a fixed structure, but everyone knows theirs will expand or contract depending on the season; roofs shift in summer, doors warp in damp, and table settings swell come Christmas.
Katherine Feeney A panel of experts at Brisbane's inaugural digital strategy think tank have raised concerns about the city's digital literacy standards.
Katherine Feeney Brisbane's 'Big Brother' surveillance network is watching and working, according to figures obtained by brisbanetimes.com.au.
Katherine Feeney What's in a name? A lot, says Gosford mayor Lawrie McKinna, who has kicked off a campaign to change the name of a prominent harbour area on the NSW central coast called Brisbane Water to save...
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 multi million-dollar American public relations push spruiking Mormonism in Australia will focus solely on the Brisbane region, the country's own version of Salt Lake City.
Katherine Feeney Hangings, ghosts, lesbian vampires, bushrangers, bloody boozey brawls, police bashings and a terrorist bombing - welcome to your tour of Brisbane.
Katherine Feeney In the days before old buildings were torn down for tower blocks, the CBD was home to the town's best nightclubs.
Katherine Feeney February 4 Accompanied by his band, Cocker joined by slide guitarist George Thorogood and his Destroyers.
Katherine Feeney School sizes are set to emerge as a key challenge for Queensland policy makers as state high schools grow to levels linked with student disciplinary problems and truancy.
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...
Katherine Feeney People who can least afford it cover the bulk of the cost for a public transport system they hardly use, new analysis of census commuter data reveals.
Katherine Feeney Motorists may soon have to observe a one-metre overtaking rule when passing cyclists, with the Newman government ordering a review of state cycling laws.