West End

West End police to leave historic station

Kristian Silva Police in West End are set to move to a new home after 130 years based at a historic Queenslander on Boundary Street.

Development to bring 1500 units to West End

The Absoe Furniture site at West End.

Tony Moore A Sydney developer has paid $42 million for a West End building site, with plans to build up to 1500 apartments in the suburb over the next five years.

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White powder scare at West End mail centre

Australia Post

Marissa Calligeros Police are investigating a white powder scare at a government mail screening centre in inner-Brisbane.

Police chalk up West End confrontation

The 'I heart Bikies' graffiti at West End.

Tony Moore A man who was taken to the West End police station by five heavily-armed officers for writing in chalk, "I Love Bikies", on the footpath of the suburb's main street has labelled the reaction...

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New ending in tale of West End's 12 storeys


Daniel Hurst The Newman government has cleared the way for 12-storey buildings in part of West End opposite Toowong by ticking off on changes to the local plan.

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West End to get Aldi supermarket

Supermarket chain Aldi is set to move into West End.

Marissa Calligeros The inner-Brisbane suburb of West End will gain a sizeable second supermarket in the form of no-frills discounter Aldi.

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End of an era: West End brothers call it a day

Michael Argyris

Amy Remeikis In an age where sibling love has been commercialised by the Kardashian clan, the Argyris brothers embody another time.

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Forward Brisbane Leadership: a colourful history

Tony Moore Forward Brisbane Leadership - the fundraising trust that catapulted Campbell Newman to Brisbane’s lord mayoralty and the Queensland premier’s job - was always colourful.

What's on in Brisbane during the Easter school holidays: 2014


Jodi Panayotov The Easter school holidays in Brisbane are jam-packed with great things to do for children of all ages.

Brisbane City Council insists it won't resume for parkland

An artist impression of the Rogers Street development at West End.

Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council will not resume any West End homes for parkland, its parks and environment chairman said on Tuesday.

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Homeless to get hotel rooms for G20

Some of Brisbane's homeless population will have alternative accommodation during the G20 summit.

Tony Moore Brisbane homeless people sleeping rough in the area affected by this year’s G20 summit will be offered hotels rooms in the suburbs.

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Measles case causes concern

Tony Moore Residents and visitors at West End and Stradbroke Island have been put on alert after a new measles case in one of the state’s worst outbreaks.

Park Bites bring good food into the open

Councillor Matthew Bourke with Stephanie De Luca and Penny Panorea promoting Brisbane's Park Bites mobile food initiative.

Pak Yiu Mobile food and beverage vendors roll into Brisbane parks under the city’s Park Bites initiative.

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Families to flee G20 restricted zone

Darren Godwell, his partner Seleneah and their 15-month-old son outside their South Brisbane unit.

Tony Moore Meet one of the families living inside the restricted zone for the G20 in November 2014 and who might now apply for accommodation elsewhere in Brisbane next November.

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Brisbane City Council to fund Kangaroo Point to CBD bridge

Proposed Kangaroo Point footbridge

Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council will go it alone in funding a pedestrian bridge from Kangaroo Point to the CBD.

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Belvedere building to be bulldozed after fire

The heritage-listed Belvedere building burns at South Brisbane.

Marissa Calligeros and Tony Moore The historic Belvedere home in South Brisbane has been destroyed by fire.

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Bill Glasson will stand for LNP in Kevin Rudd's seat of Griffith

Bill Glasson

Natalie Bochenski The man who came close to beating Kevin Rudd in the 2013 federal election will stand again for the federal seat of Griffith.

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Bernard Fanning to mentor next generation with Super Star Fund

Former Powderfinger frontman Bernard Fanning has thrown his weight behind next month's Clancestry: A Celebration of Country festival.

Brisbane rocker Bernard Fanning will mentor young indigenous musicians as part of the fourth project approved by the state government's Super Star Fund.

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Man found in river identified

The man found in the Brisbane River on Tuesday.

Ashley Mackinnon Police have identified a Filipino man who was rescued from the Brisbane River early Monday morning.

Brisbane Live At Work: Tuesday June 25

NSW Blues

Brisbane Live At Work: Tuesday June 25