Yearly Archives: 2014

Victoria Bridge Abutment Landmark To Re-open

One of Brisbane’s most significant heritage landmarks, the Victoria Bridge abutment, will soon be open to the public for the first time in 17 years.

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Asia Pacific’s Night Of Nights For Film

Internationally renowned actors, actresses, filmmakers and special guests will walk the black carpet at Brisbane City Hall for the eighth annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) ceremony on Thursday 11 December. Thirty-six films from 21 Asia Pacific countries and regions … Continue reading

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Molten Store Pops Up at Wintergarden

Local cult jewellery and gift boutique Molten Store has opened a beautiful pop-up store in the Wintergarden shopping centre on the Queen Street Mall. Molten Store is for those who seek beauty in everyday encounters and delight in the sentimental, the bohemian and the … Continue reading

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Rivergate Expands Berthing Services To Superyachts

Until recently Rivergate Marina & Shipyard has accommodated vessels from all over the world up to 80 metres in length. As Rivergate continues to increase its international dominance, its services are also expanding. This week Rivergate announced they are now … Continue reading

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Brisbane’s Free Christmas Program For 2014

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has unveiled Australia’s largest free Christmas program, The Wonder of Christmas. Cr Quirk said The Wonder of Christmas would feature the return of The City’s favourite events, along with some new crowd-pleasers at South Bank, including … Continue reading

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The Regent Re-opens For Visitors

Brisbane’s beloved Regent Theatre has re-opened to the public as the new home of the Brisbane Visitor Information and Booking Centre. The relocation of the centre – a short distance from its free-standing structure in the Queen Street Mall – … Continue reading

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New Boutique Hotel For The Valley

A new 110-room boutique hotel will be built in Kennigo St, Spring Hill, by the end of next year. To be known as Richmont Hotel by Mantra, it will help fill a niche market in Brisbane’s hotel sector and will … Continue reading

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Brisbane Start-ups Given A $25,000 Helping Hand

Brisbane’s latest up-and-coming entrepreneurs will share in nearly $25,000 from the Lord Mayor’s Budding Entrepreneurs Program. Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today announced seven successful winners of the third round of grants designed to support innovative entrepreneurial projects. The Lord Mayor … Continue reading

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Getting Around During The G20

The G20 Taskforce has issued details on traffic and transport for Brisbane during the week between 10 and 17 November. To ensure a safe and secure meeting environment when the G20 Leaders Summit is on and particularly over the days … Continue reading

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Free Music Events For G20 Cultural Celebrations

Brisbane’s legendary music scene will be celebrated with 24 days of free live music acts as we prepare to welcome the world’s leaders for the G20 Leaders Summit. The eclectic line-up includes Emma Louise, Busby Marou and Maggie Noonan. From … Continue reading

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