The Schrinner Council is delivering world class libraries, with $11.6 million to be invested over the next term to transform Everton Park Library and double it in size.
The Schrinner Council has put the wheels in motion for a new CityGlider bus service to link Hamilton to Woolloongabba.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has committed $300,000 over three years to Women’s Legal Service Queensland as part of the 2021-22 Brisbane City Council Budget.
The Schrinner Council has unveiled the final design for the new $126m Indooroopilly overpass which will significantly improve traffic flow and safety through one Brisbane’s busiest intersections.
The Schrinner Council has revealed Brisbane’s food businesses have collectively saved more than $6.5 million in fee waivers since the start of the pandemic.
The Schrinner Council has spent more than $1.8 billion with local businesses as part of its buy local procurement policy.
Brisbane’s newest riverwalk has opened to pedestrians, cyclists and active transport users.
The Schrinner Council has awarded a Brisbane-based organisation that supports women and children escaping domestic and family violence an almost $300,000 funding boost.
Brisbane residents and visitors will be able to jump on one of 800 sharable electric bikes from next month.
Brisbane’s first fully electric bus route will commence services from June 14, 2021 as part of the Schrinner Council’s vision to enhance and expand sustainable public transport.
The Schrinner Council has revealed new designs detailing how pedestrians and active travellers will be able to seamlessly connect to the new Kangaroo Point Green Bridge.
Nominations for the Lord Mayor’s Multicultural Awards for Business open today and will recognise business leaders who have excelled in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has announced Brisbane’s major events calendar is on track to deliver a $65 million economic boost for the city this financial year, with more drawcard sporting events including The Ashes to round out the remainder of 2021.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is encouraging residents to dust off their old videos, cassettes, film negatives and floppy disks and preserve their old memories at Brisbane City Council’s new free media conversion station.
The Schrinner Council is on track to assist more than 90 clubs this financial year as part of its $3.3 million Resilient Clubs Support Program that helps ease the financial pressure many community clubs face to keep the lights on and fields maintained.
Dedicated Brisbane City Council mechanics have volunteered 1300 hours of their time to preserve a unique part of Brisbane’s history by restoring a rusted out, World War II (WW2) era Chevy truck.