The Schrinner Council’s massively popular $2 Summer Dips Initiative has saved residents almost $2 million so far during summer.
The Schrinner Council is making holidays even better in Brisbane with over 1,000 free and affordable activities on offer over the summer break.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has released a detailed plan to help Brisbane residents avoid the rapidly escalating cost of the State Government’s “bin tax”.
Residents keen to hit the road for their next dining adventure can now track food trucks on the Brisbane app.
Incentives to fast-track the delivery of new homes are now available, Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has announced.
Brisbane’s music scene is ready to party this spring with the return of Valley Fiesta from 3 – 4 November.
More than 500 free and affordable events for the whole family are being supported by the Schrinner Council during the September school holidays.
Brisbane libraries are starting an exciting new chapter after experiencing a massive increase in visitor numbers over the last 12 months.
Thousands of Brisbane residents have cast their votes and declared a sunset snap as the People’s Choice winner for the 2023 Lord Mayor’s Photographic Awards.
Wynnum and Banyo residents are invited to share their thoughts on supporting local business through Council’s Growing Precincts Together program.
A new home for football will be delivered in Brisbane’s north under a landmark agreement between the Schrinner Council and Football Queensland.
One of the fastest-growing sports in the world is expanding in Brisbane with four new dedicated pickleball courts to be delivered.
Green waste recycling bin fees will be slashed from July 1 so Brisbane households can cut costs and stay sustainable.