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Jan Powers Farmers Markets to stop trading in CBD

Jan Powers Farmers Markets to stop trading in CBD

After nine years of operating in the Brisbane CBD, the Jan Powers Farmers Markets will stop trading in December after losing the tender for the site.

  • by Ruth McCosker

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New Brisbane digital parking permit scheme to be rolled out
City council

New Brisbane digital parking permit scheme to be rolled out

Brisbane’s parking permit system has changed, with the progressive roll-out of a new scheme across 21 areas of the city to be completed by May 2019.

  • by Ruth McCosker
What will Brisbane's transport look like in 25 years?
City life

What will Brisbane's transport look like in 25 years?

Car-free days, bikeways for electronic bikes and delivery of freight by drones could be operating in Brisbane within two years, says Brisbane's Transport Plan.

  • by Ruth McCosker
The incidents caught on Brisbane's 24-hour cameras
City council

The incidents caught on Brisbane's 24-hour cameras

Vandalism, medical emergencies and assaults are just some of the 23,000 incidents identified by Brisbane City Council’s 131 CitySafe cameras in the past financial year.

  • by Ruth McCosker
Second plan for redevelopment of skate arena lodged
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Second plan for redevelopment of skate arena lodged

A second plan for the redevelopment of the old Red Hill skate arena has been proposed as two Brisbane brothers prepare to defend their original plan in court.

  • by Ruth McCosker
Anzac Square renovation won't be finished by Remembrance Day
City council

Anzac Square renovation won't be finished by Remembrance Day

RSL Queensland is disappointed the commitment to have Anzac Square work finished by Remembrance Day has not been honoured.

  • by Ruth McCosker
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Ann Street speed limit to be slashed to 40km/h next week
City council

Ann Street speed limit to be slashed to 40km/h next week

There have been 10 serious crashes involving pedestrians in five years along a key stretch of the busy CBD street.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Rise of electric vehicles could cut Brisbane street parking
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Rise of electric vehicles could cut Brisbane street parking

The rise of electric vehicles might be good for the environment, but council warns they could lead to a reduction in on-street parking.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Brisbane start-up hub expands by almost 60 per cent to meet demand
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Brisbane start-up hub expands by almost 60 per cent to meet demand

A Brisbane start-up company that has increased in size expects to be at capacity again by the end of the year.

  • by Ruth McCosker
Council refuses to rule out advertising on Brisbane's buildings
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Council refuses to rule out advertising on Brisbane's buildings

A motion for the council to not support commercial advertising on significant public buildings and monuments was not supported by a majority of Brisbane's councillors.

  • by Ruth McCosker
Twelve-fold increase in Brisbane City Council's advertising bill
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Twelve-fold increase in Brisbane City Council's advertising bill

The council spent $590,406 of ratepayers' money on television advertising in 2017-18. The opposition has slammed this spend as misuse of public funds,

  • by Ruth McCosker