Brisbane Lifestyle

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Blog posts August 2022

Moving From City To Suburb? Key Things To Keep In Mind

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Brisbane is one of the most developed cities in Australia. The capital city of Queensland offers great options, high-class amenities, infrastructural developments and best entertainment options. However, certain people struggles and do not want to live in a crowded place. Now, they want to …

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Brisbane Broncos' Julia Robinson calls out body-shamers ahead of NRLW season opener this weekend

The body-shaming of Brisbane Broncos winger Julia Robinson has sparked an outcry of support from her teammates and opponents. 
Robinson used her Instagram story to share Facebook comments from people criticising her appearance at Broncos NRLW training, saying she was too muscular and built like a …

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Brisbane council trials bikeway speed monitors to slow cyclists, scooters at Kangaroo Point

A new council trial of flashing awareness signs on one of Brisbane's busiest shared pathways has been met with mixed responses from cyclists and pro-pedestrian groups.

Brisbane City Council has installed two signs which measure the speed of passing bicycles, e-scooter and e-skateboards along the …

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How To Find Motivation To Clean Your House

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Maintaining household sanitation is challenging for most people because it requires patience, time and energy. Also, there is always a sense of obligation to clean because a dirty home is a hub of dangerous microbes. While you can hire professional end of lease cleaners in Brisbane t…

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South-east Queensland infrastructure funding not keeping pace with development, mayors say

The mayors of two booming south-east Queensland councils say funding for critical infrastructure to support hundreds of thousands of incoming residents is falling short of demand.
Ipswich, Logan and Moreton Bay councils on the west, south and north of Brisbane are all doing the "heavy lifting" of w…

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Cost of redeveloping Gabba for 2032 Olympics could top $1bn

The Queensland Premier has flagged the cost of redeveloping the Gabba for the 2032 Games could increase beyond the proposed $1 billion price tag.
It comes after Annastacia Palaszczuk said she was comfortable with plans for both the Gabba and Brisbane Live after concerns were raised last week additi…

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