Monthly Archives: November 2013

Library Outstanding Fees Amnesty 2013

Brisbane City Council’s 33 libraries are getting into the spirit of Christmas by offering to waive outstanding library fees during December. Customers who present their overdue books at a library during December will have their overdue fines, processing and holds … Continue reading

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Bringing Cheer on the Santa Express

Queensland Rail is spreading Christmas cheer to customers with a very special visit from Santa on board the Santa Express train and at stations throughout December. Executive General Manager Customer Service Martin Ryan said children are invited to hop on … Continue reading

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Convention Bid Wins Showcase Brisbane’s Capabilities & Key Industry Strengths

Brisbane’s world class conference facilities and strengths in key industry sectors have helped the city attract a string of prestigious conventions to the city. Brisbane Marketing Convention Bureau Director Annabel Sullivan said the city had secured conferences worth $50 million … Continue reading

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Customers Drive Innovation in Brisbane Businesses

Radars to test mine shaft integrity and polypipe products to create special effects at SeaWorld are examples of recent Brisbane business innovations according to the 2013 Brisbane Innovation Scorecard. The scorecard revealed almost 40 percent of 330 randomly-selected Brisbane businesses … Continue reading

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