Open House opens doors on local architecture

Old Windmill Tower

BRITTINY EDWARDS Brisbane’s most interesting buildings will once again be opening their doors to guests from October 12 to 13, as part of the 10th annual Brisbane Open House (BOH) event.   The event lets visitors and residents explore … [Read more...]

30,000 participate in G20 culture

LUISA COOLS More than 30,000 people attended the many cultural events organised around the G20 Leaders' Summit. G20 ‘Colour Me Brisbane’ Director Jono Perry stressed the importance of the public celebrations that were organized in the … [Read more...]

All about that brass

JODIE DEAN and HANNAH SBEGHEN   Last night’s “The World According to Brass” concert featuring James Morrison at Brisbane Riverstage was a great success. The concert, a part of the G20 Cultural Celebrations in association with … [Read more...]

Where will world leaders and delegates dine during G20?

KRYSTAL GORDON Up market Brisbane restaurants are hoping to accommodate world leaders and delegates attending the G20 summit next weekend. Next Door Kitchen and Bar General Manager Keith Nunns said they are expecting locals will leave the … [Read more...]

Translink to offer cheaper fares and increased services

CHERYL YONG A state-wide reduction to public transport fares will begin on November 3 making it more affordable for Queenslanders to catch the train, bus, tram or ferry. An extra 15 NightLink bus services have been trialled in Brisbane from … [Read more...]

Transport Minister warns of public transport changes in place for G20

CHERYL YONG Transport and Main Roads Minister Scott Emerson warns public transport users of timetable changes and bus delays expected in November due to the G20. Mr Emerson said ferry and train services will be the best public transport … [Read more...]

Bus review delivered few answers for Brisbane’s west

NICHOLAS MCDONALD Ashgrove and The Gap residents are less than impressed with changes resulting from the Brisbane City Council's bus review. Bus routes 379, 380, 381 and 385 have all been affected as the Council wanted  to make the bus … [Read more...]

Colombians rally in Brisbane to stop abuse against farmers in home country

KATHERINE VEGA Hundreds of Colombian's have expressed their anger towards the unfair treatment and abuse of farmers at a public rally in Brisbane's Square. Over 200 people gathered in front of the Brisbane City Library at 10am on Saturday … [Read more...]

Migrants and refugees, welcome to Brisbane!

ANETA ZILVAROVABrisbane City Council has produced multilingual videos entitled "Welcome to Brisbane" designed to provide information about facilities and services offered to local residents."If you’ve arrived in Brisbane as a migrant or refugee … [Read more...]