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Treasury Brisbane is set to launch a bespoke overwater bar at the Queen’s Wharf...

With a nod to the nearby Goodwill Bridge and the flow of the longest river in South East Queensland, Treasury Brisbane is proud to open its first bespoke off-property venue next month – a...
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Brisbane start-up, Claim, launches app to help fight for our embattled hospitality and retail...

Brisbane small business Claim, is taking on the mighty task of launching a new app to help Australia’s hospitality, hair and beauty, and retail small businesses - get customers back in stores, while helping...
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Dine-In-Tin: a boxful of Brisbane dine-out inspo, with discounts

What if we told you there’s a new way to get your Brisbane dining tab down? Great right? Perfect for right now. What if we also told you it isn’t more of those easily...
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Brisbane Festival has been boldly re-imagined for 2020

The Brisbane Festival 2020 program has dropped. Throughout September, Brisbane’s biggest ever concert will visit every single suburb (yes, really!) and boldly feature a Riverfire replacement. It has been a tough couple of years...
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B105: Brisbane radio station goes back to the future

Historic rebrand for cherished Brisbane station: Let’s face it, most of us still call Hit105 by its original name, B105. This hasn't been lost on the branding boffins at the network as the popular...

Save us, radio’s Stav Davidson!

You know Stav Davidson as one third of Hit105’s popular breakfast radio show Stav, Abby & Matt. Here are some things you probably don’t know as he dishes on 15 years in radio. Stav was...
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Back to school in the middle of the year

Students and schools are preparing for the mass return to regular classes on Monday May 25. But what we have learnt? All Queensland students will return to regular learning from Monday 25 May 2020. The...

Tired of all the Bad News? These are Brisbane’s Good Stories of COVID-19

Reading the newspaper or watching TV, you'd be forgiven for believing that it's all bad news right now. The still-evolving crisis on our doorstep has seen whole industries scramble, major events cancelled, cherished loved-ones...
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Feeling helpless? This is how you can donate to the Australian bushfire relief efforts

At least 27 lives lost.  An estimated billion animals killed.  Millions of hectares burnt. Our country is still burning. Since September, bushfires have ravaged the country, and it’s in times like these that Australians band together and...