The Schrinner Council is fighting the war on waste by launching a food waste recycling pilot for 6000 households across 30 suburbs, Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has revealed.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has revealed $5 million in fees, rents and charges will be waived for Brisbane businesses and community groups being heavily impacted by the spread of coronavirus.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has toured the grounds of Victoria Park with internationally renowned equestrian course designers as part of the city’s preparations to host the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Schrinner Council will this year deliver a suite of city-shaping projects that will support more than 3400 local jobs and help pave the way for the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Backyard pool owners are putting the safety of themselves and others at risk by failing to follow current safety standards. New figures released by the Schrinner Council reveal a staggering one-in-four pools did not meet standards with faulty gate latches and climbable objects close to barriers the most common safety issue. The significant number of…
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is encouraging residents looking for a last minute Christmas gift to consider Council’s Free Native Plants program.
Two major Brisbane sports grounds will share in $800,000 of grants funding courtesy of a Schrinner Council program helping community clubs undertake significant improvement projects.
Ferry passengers will be able to get on board more services, more often from today as the new ferry timetable comes into effect.
The Schrinner Council is putting on hundreds of free and low-cost activities to help keep kids entertained these summer holidays.
The Schrinner Council is bringing world-class artworks from Asia and the Pacific to the streets of Brisbane.
The Schrinner Council has delivered 200 refreshed roads across Brisbane since July, marking another key milestone in the $360 million Smoother Suburban Streets program.