Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has launched the first-ever Women in Business Grant, with $250,000 available to help women business owners grow and develop their companies.
A Brisbane resident who perfectly captured what has become a part of daily life during a pandemic has been announced as the winner of the Lord Mayor’s Photographic Award.
The final design for the Breakfast Creek Green Bridge has been released, with construction of the key piece of Olympics infrastructure to start early next year.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has revealed Brisbane’s economic recovery is gathering pace with more than 850 new cafes, restaurants and other food business opening across the city so far this year.
After 33,000 hours of construction, a brand-new double-decker CityCat has today officially been launched by Queensland Olympic medalist Taliqua Clancy.
Local shop owners are being offered $200,000 in cash grants to help boost the street appeal of their businesses and attract more customers as part of the Schrinner Council’s plan to help kick-start the Brisbane economy following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Schrinner Council is helping Brisbane’s sporting and community clubs save money and be more environmentally friendly with a further $400,000 commitment to the successful Resilient Clubs Support Program.
The 2021 Brisbane Portrait Prize has displayed its strongest exhibition of artists yet with acclaimed local art photographer Beth Mitchell claiming the prestigious $50,000 Lord Mayor’s Prize for her captivating self-portrait titled No Land In Sight.
More than 100 local workers from over 30 local suppliers have been involved in the construction of the new Howard Smith Wharves ferry terminal and upgrade of South Bank ferry terminal, with both projects on track for completion by Christmas.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is encouraging Brisbane’s senior residents to kick up their heels and join in an assortment of fun-filled activities this Queensland Seniors Month, saying age should not be a barrier to experiencing the best of Brisbane.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is celebrating another clean and green milestone with the Brisbane River announced as the world’s first resilient river.
Thousands of Brisbane households have become cleaner and greener thanks to the Schrinner Council’s successful compost rebate program.
A Brisbane family that helped shape transport for our city has been honoured with an East Brisbane park adopting the family’s name – Watt Park.
Brunch spots, bar hops, picnic places and hidden spaces… the best of Brisbane is at your fingertips with the launch of the new, free Brisbane App.
Teachers, parents and students will benefit from a new and improved carpark at Kuraby State School in Brisbane’s south which is being delivered by the Schrinner Council.
Spring has sprung and a new free outdoor art exhibition – Springfinity – is inviting people back into the city and outdoors to celebrate.
Brisbane’s unpredictable storm season is predicted to be wetter than usual with Lord Mayor urging residents to act early to prepare their homes, families and businesses.