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 Find out how we’re making Brisbane better for everyone, with the 2021-22 Brisbane City Council Budget

Did you know bread, bananas and broccoli are the most commonly wasted foods in Brisbane? Read our top tips on buying, storing and using these foods. Read our blog.

Find your Fri-yay in the City until 25 June as the city pulses with activity every Friday. From free coffee to dining deals and more, there’s something for everyone! Find out more.

Looking for free and low-cost things to do for kids and teens in the winter school holidays? Check out our What's On calendar for fun-filled, happy, winter days.

IOC Executive Board puts forward Brisbane 2032 for election by IOC Session. Find out more.

Brisbane City Council has opened the first Suburban Business Hub in Nundah, providing small to medium sized local businesses with a new free working space to grow their business.

We're committed to delivering essential services while protecting the community and minimising the transmission of coronavirus. Read our latest Coronavirus: Council updates and impacts.

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2021-22 Brisbane City Council Budget

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Kerbside large item collection service

Council's kerbside large item collection services will return from July 2021 to help residents dispose of large household items.

Artist impression of the proposed Albion Indoor Sports Centre

2032 Olympics proposal

Brisbane City Council is now working with the Australian Olympic Committee and Paralympics Australia, and the Australian, Queensland and other local government partners as part of the Targeted Dialogue phase.

Fridays in the City

Find your Fri-yay in The City.  From late-night shopping to bar-hopping, fine dining eats to after-hours beats, Brisbane City pulses with activity on Fridays.

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Suburban Business Hub

Located at 16 Aspinall Street Nundah, the new Suburban Business Hub supports local businesses with an adaptable space to start, run and grow.