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The palm cockatoo should be Brisbane Olympics mascot – imagine a stadium full of big crested hats and drumming on seats

The palm cockatoo should be Brisbane Olympics mascot – imagine a stadium full of big crested hats and drumming on seats

Games recognition could spur conservation action for the birds lovingly known as ‘rockatoos’ for their punk mohawks, vocal dexterity and percussive talents. They have shaggy crests and bright scarlet cheeks. They bow, sway, stamp their feet and spread their wings in a Jesus Christ pose [...]

Positive or negative gearing: What’s better in today’s market?

Positive or negative gearing: What’s better in today’s market?

Could you please explain the difference between positive and negative gearing, and when each one is more suitable? We are looking at buying a property for our son to rent from us on the Gold Coast, due to the high rents there. He has a disability, so this would be a long-term plan. We own our home [...]

Brisbane South State Secondary College officially opened

Brisbane South State Secondary College officially opened

Published Tuesday, 07 June, 2022 at 12:36 PM JOINT STATEMENT Premier and Minister for the Olympics The Honourable Annastacia Palaszczuk Minister for Education, Minister for Industrial Relations and Minister for Racing The Honourable Grace Grace Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Education [...]

Brisbane City Council budget reveals rates rise to recover from flood, COVID-19 pandemic

Brisbane City Council budget reveals rates rise to recover from flood, COVID-19 pandemic

Brisbane ratepayers will be hit with a nearly 5 per cent rates increase from July 1, the city's highest rates increase in more than a decade. Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner announced the council budget would include a 4.93 per cent rates hike as the city grappled with the combined eff [...]

Brisbane's South Bank celebrates 30 years since its opening. And Donna Smith has been working there the whole time opening. And Donna Smith has been working there the whole time

Brisbane's South Bank celebrates 30 years since its opening. And Donna Smith has been working there the whole time opening. And Donna Smith has been working there the whole time

1992. Wayne Goss was the premier. Jim Soorley was the lord mayor. Interest rates were falling. Billy Ray Cyrus's Achy Breaky Heart was topping the Australian charts. And at the South Bank Parklands, you could ride a boat. When it opened 30 years ago this week, thousands of balloons wer [...]

Interest rates, energy prices and inflation are all rising. Here's how our readers are dealing with the cost of living

Interest rates, energy prices and inflation are all rising. Here's how our readers are dealing with the cost of living

The cost of living is on the rise and your hip pocket might be feeling emptier than usual, so we asked our readers to share their tips on coping with rising expenses. Here are some of the ways they're curbing their spending, as well as money-saving advice from experts. How can [...]

Brisbane’s bus network under the microscope

Brisbane’s bus network under the microscope

Brisbane City Council will launch a major review into the bus network ahead of the Metro Tunnel project. Transport chair Cr Ryan Murphy says the changes will be the most extensive changes to Brisbane’s bus network in over a decade. He says the review is time-critical as the Brisbane Metro [...]

Brisbane drops out of 10 most liveable cities (even with war in Europe)

Brisbane drops out of 10 most liveable cities (even with war in Europe)

Melbourne is the only Australian city to make the top 10 in the latest Global Liveability Index – but it could easily have missed out. According to the latest index, released on Thursday by the Economist Intelligence Unit, Vienna is the most liveable city in the world when factors such as [...]

Brisbane's Old Museum still a stunning monument to Ekka's colourful history

Brisbane's Old Museum still a stunning monument to Ekka's colourful history

As the gates swing open for the 142nd Ekka, the history books show there would be no show without Brisbane's Old Museum. The building, made from 1.3 million red bricks, is bordered by Gregory Terrace and the Exhibition Grounds and has had multiple lives during its 128-year existence. In the 198 [...]