South Bank

South Bank traders 'pushed out' of riverside precinct

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

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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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.

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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Billion dollar shake-up for riverside Brisbane revealed

Kurilpa Point is set to undergo a billion dollar redevelopment.

Tony Moore The biggest shake-up of riverside Brisbane since the re-development of the Teneriffe Woolshed’s 20 years ago will get underway on Tuesday as Brisbane City Council begins to drip feed details of...

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Night Noodle Markets beat all expectations

The classic pork gyoza served at Zagyoza in West End.

Natalie Bochenski Brisbane’s Night Noodle Markets will return in 2015, with the debut event having broken all attendance expectations.

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Kurilpa development: Brisbane's new land debate

Tony Moore Residents and officials have their say on the proposed 25-hectare development at South Brisbane.

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French student's accused killer in Qld court

Sophie Collombet

The man accused of murdering French student Sophie Collombet has appeared briefly in a Brisbane court.

Your Weekend July 26,27,28 | 2014

Ashlee Lollback looks to the stars in Pale Blue Dot at La Boite.

Natalie Bochenski Fairs and fetes galore this weekend, or escape with some truly great theatre written by and starring Brisbane creatives.

More than 100,000 visit Brisbane's Night Noodle Markets

Crowds of up to 28,500 a night have flocked to the Night Noodle Markets.

Tony Moore Brisbane’s first Night Noodle Markets have won Lord Mayor Graham Quirk’s heart – and stomach – with more than 100,000 people so far joining the feast at South Bank.

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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.

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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Brisbane CBD parking: find best deals through new web portal

Brisbane City has announced a new portal to help motorists find the best parking deals in Brisbane's CBD.

Kim Stephens Doing laps of inner city blocks to find a parking spot could be a thing of the past, thanks to a new online hub developed by Brisbane City Council in conjunction with private operators..

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Your Weekend July 11,12, 13 | 2014

Abbey Museum Medieval Festival.

It's a festival weekend in and around Brisbane, so take your pick from the food and fashion of France, the marvel and mystery of the Middle Ages, or the yin and yang of yoga.

EatSafe program adopted by other Australian councils

Other Australian councils are adopting Brisbane's  hygiene rating system for restaurants.

Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council’s food hygiene rating system EatSafe has been adopted by other councils, a move that has been hailed as proof of the success of the often-maligned program.

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Staff begin the move to Lady Cilento hospital

Light and colour play a big part in the design of the new Lady Cilento Children's Hospital at South Brisbane.

Tony Moore Queensland Health staff will this week begin the move into Queensland's newest public hospital, the $1.5 billion Lady Cilento Children's Hospital at South Brisbane.

Your Weekend July 18,19,20 | 2014

The cast of Opera Queensland's <i>La Boheme</i>.

The Night Noodle Markets are a must-see and must-taste experience this weekend in Brisbane, but there are plenty of other indoor and outdoor activities to try.

Your Weekend June 27, 28, 29 | 2014

Harvest at GOMA.

South Bank plays host to both the Out of the Box Festival for kids, and the deliciously delightful new exhibition Harvest at GOMA for foodies.

Your Weekend July 4,5,6 | 2014

Teneriffe Festival.

Natalie Bochenski Enjoy the glorious weather with a host of festivals, markets and kids' activities. There are also concerts and exhibitions galore to indulge in.