The Schrinner Council’s massively popular $2 Summer Dips Initiative has saved residents almost $2 million so far during summer.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner will welcome 550 new citizens from 74 countries in a special Australia Day ceremony at Brisbane City Hall.
Brisbane Metro’s first high-tech electric charging facilities have been switched on ahead of services commencing this year.
Brisbane has recognised the everyday people who have done extraordinary things across our suburbs with the 2024 Lord Mayor’s Australia Day Awards.
Brisbane bookworms have shown their love for libraries in 2023, borrowing more than eight million items and attending over 12,000 events across Council’s 33 venues.
Residents can access the Schrinner Council’s new and improved range of rebates for household food recycling equipment from today.
Brisbane’s seniors have taken 10 million free trips and saved more than $13 million as part of Council’s free seniors’ off-peak travel initiative.
The Schrinner Council’s free native plant program has gifted more than 250,000 plants to residents.
The Schrinner Council is making holidays even better in Brisbane with over 1,000 free and affordable activities on offer over the summer break.
A heavy metal thrash band, a pop singer songwriter and a local indie ‘supergroup’ are among this year’s finalists of The QUBE Effect.
Brisbane’s food waste recycling service will expand to include more than 5,290 new households from February 1 next year.