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G20 Brisbane: bus services affected

Kristian Silva Passengers on Brisbane's bus network have been told to expect delays and to be prepared to walk longer distances during the G20 long weekend

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.

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Man suffers fractured skull after being struck with pole at South Bank

A 22-year-old man has been transported to hospital with a fractured skull after allegedly being hit with a metal pole at South Bank.

Second man charged over South Bank assualt

Police have charged a second man following a South Bank assault that left a man with a fractured skull.

Viva la France at South Bank this weekend

The Brisbane French Festival will take over the South Bank cultural forecourt this weekend.

Natalie Bochenski Indulge your love of baguettes, brie and berets this weekend.

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South Bank Corporation to 'pay their fair share'

South Bank Parklands

Tony Moore The South Bank Corporation will be forced to pay more than $800,000 in "rates" on its riverside land for the first time after an historic agreement was approved by Brisbane City Council last night.

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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.

Old Cleveland Road eyesore at Coorparoo set for $125m revamp

Conceptual images for the Coorparoo redevelopment.

Kim Stephens A landmark Coorparoo site roundly condemned as an eyesore is set for a $125 million transformation in a similar style to the CBD's Barracks development.

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Brisbane Live: Friday October 17, 2014

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Brisbane's best markets

Jodi Panayotov One thing that can safely be said about Brisbane without being vigorously rebuked is that its dwellers love a good market.

Brisbane Live: Wednesday October 1, 2014

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South Brisbane plan a 'fluffy cartoon': architects

The redevelopment of South Brisbane's Kurilpa Peninsula is set to include highrises and parkland.

Tony Moore Architects to ask council to redraft a "fluffy cartoon" plan to develop South Brisbane.

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South Brisbane makes way for a new Milk Factory

The old Coronation Hotel on Montague Road.

Tony Moore An old South Brisbane pub will be reborn as the locale's newest Milk Factory.

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Brisbane Live: Tuesday September 30, 2014

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Thousands line river for 2014 Riverfire

Brisbane Riverfire display.

Cameron Atfield A spectacular light show, deafening noise and the sheer physical power of jet engines – not a sense was spared from onslaught at Brisbane's annual Riverfire on Saturday.

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Detour trucks around Mater Hospital to save lives: scientist

Mater Hospital scientist Sagie Pillai.

Tony Moore and Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council and state government planning authorities will have blood on their hands if quick steps are not taken to remove heavy vehicles from Stanley Street near the Mater Hospital, a...

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Architects' bid to save QPAC from 30-storey towers

Queensland Performing Arts Centre, part of the Queensland Cultural Precinct.

Tony Moore Queensland architects want QPAC to be heritage-listed before the state government pushes ahead with plans to build two 30-storey towers on the landmark site.

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Cyclist death prompts calls for Gabba to Goodwill Bridge bike lane

Cycle groups call for an uninterrupted bike lane from the Gabba to the Goodwill Bridge.

Tony Moore and Kim Stephens Leading cycling groups say the tragic death of a young cyclist has highlighted the immediate need for an uninterrupted, designated bike lane from the Gabba to the Goodwill Bridge.

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Lord Mayor's business awards include ninjas and trampolines

The success of Vuly Trampolines has been recognised via the Lord Mayor's Business Awards.

Eveline Fielding Graham Quirk has named a diverse selection for the 2014 Lord Mayor's Business Awards.

Brisbane Live: Friday September 26, 2014

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