From Indooroopilly roundabout upgrade plans to a bushland battle at Chapman Place, Oxley, movement on the Kenmore Bypass and The Broncos Club’s women’s sponsorship deal, it’s been a big week
Red Hill’s The Broncos Club has scored a game-changing try for female empowerment, becoming the first such club in Australia to provide major sponsorship to a women’s NRL team.
The club, formerly known as the Broncos Leagues Club, has announced it will become a new principal partner for the Broncos NRL women’s team.
At least 18 homes have been quietly bought up by the Department of Transport and Main Roads on both sides of the Centenary Mwy to “preserve’’ the Kenmore Bypass corridor.
The properties, likely to have cost at least $8 million, stretch from the eastern bank of the Brisbane River at the Centenary Bridge, almost as far back as Fig Tree Pocket Rd.
AN ICONIC family business which started as a hobby working from an Ipswich home more than 50 years ago has received the tick of approval for an exciting overhaul.
Jack Charlton began selling rods and fishing line to his mates from his Raceview home in 1967 and after his son Brian took over in 1975, Charlton’s Fishing was shifted to its current home in the ’80s.
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Indooroopilly roundabout could get either an overpass or a signalised T-intersection under two designs options released on Monday by Brisbane City Council.
The upgrade could save commuters as much as 43 seconds during peak periods, Council claimed.
A block of bushland at 67 Chapman Place, Oxley, is once again the subject of a development application with the Brisbane City Council that has community members on the warpath.
THE RSPCA at Wacol has put out a call for dashcam footage after an incident at Inala on Tuesday in which a small black cat was brutally bashed while inside a white bag.