Brisbane Live At Work: Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Phil Lutton Road closure update
All the latest news on the wild weather hitting southeast Queensland, and more.
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...
Marissa Calligeros After a week of safety check delays, motorists were finally able to make their way through Brisbane's newest tunnel last night.
Bridie Jabour A Woolloongabba establishment has claimed the dubious honour of brothel most visited by police in Queensland.
Tony Moore A controversial debate over twin apartment towers proposed for Woolloongabba shifts into 2013 with a week of hearings set aside in the Planning and Environment Court in February.
Katherine Feeney Brisbane City Council has decided the future for $35 million worth of flood-affected land once shared between 73 private property owners across Brisbane.
brisbanetimes.com.au's live rolling coverage of Wednesday's weather and related problems has now ended.
Tony Moore Transport Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk has today poured cold water on Brisbane City Council’s ambitious plans to build a second 'green bridge' to ease congestion.
Tony Moore Transport Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk has agreed to discuss the future of Brisbane's congested Victoria Bridge with Lord Mayor Graham Quirk next week.
Daniel Hurst The business case for Brisbane's $8 billion cross river rail project will be finished "in the next few months" raising the possibility of a pre-election announcement.
Dan Nancarrow A letter-writing campaign didn't kill them, it's made them stronger.
Daniel Hurst The prospects of Brisbane's $8 billion cross-river rail project securing federal funding could become clearer in February, potentially in the lead up to the state election.
Daniel Hurst Brisbane's $8 billion cross-river rail project will never happen, Liberal National Party leader Campbell Newman has declared, arguing shorter gaps between trains could be part of the solution to...
Tony Moore Spending on Brisbane bikeways will increase to $120 million over the next four years, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has pledged as part of his re-election bid.
Katherine Feeney Vintage is big business for fashion forward entrepreneurs in Brisbane looking to capitalise on a market brimming with creative, recession-savvy shoppers.