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No secret handshake necessary to see Brisbane's stunning Masonic memorial

No secret handshake necessary to see Brisbane's stunning Masonic memorial

There are six huge fluted Corinthian columns worthy of the Roman forum facing Ann Street, but step inside and it’s more like Doctor Who’s Tardis.

  • by Brismania

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Farming to exercise: How Brisbane's parks have changed through the years
City council

Farming to exercise: How Brisbane's parks have changed through the years

Brisbane's botanic gardens were once used to grow coffee, tobacco and ginger. But now they're used for entirely different purposes.

  • by Lucy Stone
Attempt to block women from Brisbane club thrown out of court
Courts

Attempt to block women from Brisbane club thrown out of court

A legal challenge to the historic decision to allow women to join Tattersall's has been dismissed.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Scooter rivals fear Lime monopoly as Brisbane 'Juicers' feel squeeze
City life

Scooter rivals fear Lime monopoly as Brisbane 'Juicers' feel squeeze

The trial was extended until midyear by the Brisbane City Council while a procurement process begins for two scooter companies to operate in the city.

  • by Lucy Stone
Entertainment precinct set to expand under Brisbane rail bridge
Planning

Entertainment precinct set to expand under Brisbane rail bridge

The developers of South Brisbane's popular Fish Lane propose to build an 'urban park' and 12 mini-eateries beneath the South Brisbane rail line in a Manhattan-style extension to Fish Lane, opposite the Queensland Museum.

  • by Tony Moore
Ceramic artist Bonnie Hislop joins Fortitude Valley's 'makers lane'
What's on

Ceramic artist Bonnie Hislop joins Fortitude Valley's 'makers lane'

Laneway developer Arthur Apostolos said he was glad to see Ms Hislop and other incoming additions joining the California Lane as it was evolving into a "makers lane".

  • by Jocelyn Garcia
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Behind a historic stone wall, a whole new perspective on Brisbane

Behind a historic stone wall, a whole new perspective on Brisbane

You can almost smell the port and cigars in the old officer’s mess at the Victoria Barracks on Petrie Terrace.

  • by Brismania
Lime's scooters squeeze out more than half a million rides in Brisbane
City council

Lime's scooters squeeze out more than half a million rides in Brisbane

As the end of a trial period looms, concerns persist about injuries and riders not wearing helmets.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Old England on the cliffs at Kangaroo Point

Old England on the cliffs at Kangaroo Point

Not many people know the pipe organ inside, imported from London, is not only older than the building, but the oldest in Queensland.

  • by Brismania
The evening commute: Same night, same location, vastly different journeys
City life

The evening commute: Same night, same location, vastly different journeys

While women are more likely to be attacked by someone they know, some women are still afraid to take public transport after dark.

  • by Lydia Lynch
Charity-run cafe evicted from Brisbane council's Engine Room precinct
City life

Charity-run cafe evicted from Brisbane council's Engine Room precinct

The Engine Room Cafe operators have been evicted from the popular Teneriffe cafe premises.

  • by Lucy Stone