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.
More than 3000 South East Queensland businesses have shared in $950 million in contracts over the past 12 months under the Schrinner Council’s successful Buy Local procurement policy.
More than 40 Brisbane charities in Brisbane will benefit from the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Trust August grant round, which includes a $100,000 Carla Zampatti enduring legacy donation to local women’s charities.
Sport and community clubs urged to apply for new funding in Schrinner Council’s $3 million grants program
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has extended a new lifeline to sports clubs and other community groups hit by COVID restrictions, urging them to apply for the new $3 million Better Suburbs Grants program.
Schrinner Council’s footpath care and construction enough to fill more than 15 Suncorp Stadium fields
The Schrinner Council poured enough concrete into new and improved footpaths across Brisbane last financial year to cover Suncorp Stadium’s hallowed turf more than 15 times over.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is encouraging the next generation of singers, songwriters and bands to kickstart their music career and apply for The QUBE Effect 2022.
The Schrinner Council is leading the charge in creating a clean, green and sustainable city, with the number of solar panels installed at Council sites reaching 7000.
A major intersection upgrade in Brisbane’s north has been completed by a team of local employees and opened five months ahead of schedule.
Schrinner Council provides free and discount parking to help essential workers during latest COVID-19 lockdown
Every parking meter across Brisbane will be turned off and fees at Council’s two major car parks slashed to $5-a-day to help essential workers during the State Government’s latest COVID-19 lockdown.
Move over Jeff Bezos because Brisbane’s much-loved Planetarium is gearing up to head into space, with Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner launching a new Sunday Live series.
The Schrinner Council’s ‘flying gangs’ have logged more than 19,000 maintenance jobs in the past year, undertaking vital maintenance work to keep Brisbane safe from hazards.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has unveiled his new Civic Cabinet team which will spearhead Brisbane’s journey towards becoming an Olympic and Paralympic Games city and continue the task of recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 3000 local businesses across South East Queensland are benefitting from the Schrinner Council’s Buy Local procurement policy which has put nearly $950 million back into the economy.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has revealed a new multi-use parkland precinct is being planned on the banks of the Brisbane River as part of his Council’s commitment to the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is encouraging clean and green focused community organisations and groups to apply for the Lord Mayor’s 2021-22 Community Sustainability and Environmental Grants Program.