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Communities and Culture
31 Jul 2019
After a lot of consultation and hard work by dedicated volunteers from the West End Making History group, this is the final text and artwork of the six history signs that will soon be installed alo...
26 Jul 2019
Council has released the final concept design for the expanded park at the corner of Carl St and Tottenham St in Woolloongabba.
After council recently acquired neighbouring properties, we've expa...
23 Jul 2019
23 July, 2019
The clock’s been ticking for a while now.
If we keep walking this track we’re on, our children and grandchildren will inherit a war-torn planet where only the very rich have reliable ...
06 Aug 2019
04 Apr 2019
In a city like Brisbane, whether we’re talking about improving public transport services, or improving paths and intersections to make walking and riding safer and easier, there are basically two a...
08 Feb 2019
18 Feb 2019
I originally wrote this article for the Courier Mail's 'Future Brisbane' series in September, 2017, but since they put it behind a paywall, I thought I'd repost it here so everyone can read it.
06 Dec 2018
As well as objecting to over-the-top developments, I wanted to highlight positive examples.
The projects featured below certainly aren’t perfect, but they do include elements that we can learn from...
16 Nov 2018
Local residents will gather in Kurilpa Point Park on Saturday morning to protest the installation of hostile landscaping under the Kurilpa Bridge, calling for stronger renters rights and more inves...
13 May 2019
In February and March 2019, we held a public meeting followed by a community design workshop to facilitate local residents to decide what improvements they wanted to the unnamed park at the souther...
07 Feb 2019