Brisbane’s reputation as the cleanest, greenest and most sustainable city in Australia continues to win global recognition.
Brisbane will celebrate 133 years of shading our city by giving away thousands of free plants to schools this Arbor Day.
The historically significant former Australian Red Cross Centre at Greenslopes will soon be transformed into a new park and home for Legacy.
Brisbane businesswomen looking to take their company to the next level can apply for a share of up to $250,000 through the Lord Mayor’s Women…
A trifecta of wild weather could lash Brisbane with storms, bushfires and heatwaves predicted over the coming months.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is urging Brisbane organisations and residents to donate to next month’s Homeless Connect event.
Brisbane’s music scene is ready to party this spring with the return of Valley Fiesta from 3 – 4 November.
After months of public voting by Brisbane residents, the city’s highest horticultural honour has been awarded to the Brisbane Wattle Flower.
Brisbane’s senior residents are invited to experience a smorgasbord of free and affordable activities to celebrate Seniors Month.
The green and gold runway to Brisbane 2032 is about to become much greener, thanks to a bold new partnership that will see one million…
More than 500 free and affordable events for the whole family are being supported by the Schrinner Council during the September school holidays.
Brisbane music lovers and stargazers alike can journey around the universe with the Queensland exclusive of Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon Planetarium…
Queensland Ballet legend Li Cunxin AO will be honoured with the Keys to the City to recognise his outstanding contribution to Brisbane.
Urban gardens, waterplay and sports courts have all been incorporated in draft plans to revive and revitalise one of Brisbane’s most important creek corridors.
A free green waste drop-off weekend will be held every month in spring for the first time as part of Council’s bushfire preparedness plan for…
Brisbane’s first new public golf course in more than 70 years has swung into action with thousands of residents already booked in to tee off.