News from the Bracken Ridge Ward

Incorporating the suburbs of Aspley, Bald Hills, Bracken Ridge, Carseldine, Fitzgibbon and Zillmere

Image of flood devastation takes out photographic prize

Image of flood devastation takes out photographic prize

A black-and-white photo capturing resident’s emotions to the devastation of the 2022 Brisbane floods has won this year’s Lord Mayor’s Photographic Awards. Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner congratulated the overall winner Indooroopilly resident Joe Ruckli, along with all...

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Lord Mayor’s Better Suburbs Grants

Lord Mayor’s Better Suburbs Grants

Brisbane community and sporting groups are being encouraged to apply for their share of $1 million in funds available to improve and maintain their facilities.   Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said he was pleased to be able to re-launch the Lord Mayor’s Better Suburbs...

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$250 Rate Rebate due date extended

$250 Rate Rebate due date extended

Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has extended the deadline for flood-affected property owners to apply for a $250 rebate until Thursday June 30. Cr Schrinner said despite more than $3.7 million being approved for almost 15,000 residents already, he was eager to ensure all...

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Popular kerbside collection service here to stay

Popular kerbside collection service here to stay

Every single Brisbane resident will continue to receive kerbside collection services, as part of the Schrinner Council’s Suburbs First Guarantee. Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said the next round of the city-wide service would start in mid-July, with residents now able...

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A School’s Guide to Reducing Waste

A School’s Guide to Reducing Waste

Brisbane City Council’s new ‘A School's Guide to Reducing Waste’ guide provides information to help Brisbane schools develop a waste action plan, enabling you to better manage your waste streams, understand how much waste your school is generating and provides...

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Gold Star and Little Stars reading program 2022

Gold Star and Little Stars reading program 2022

Children from all over Brisbane are invited to take part in reading programs at Council libraries this winter. The 2022 Gold Star Reading Club program for children aged 6-12 years will again be joined by the literacy program for young children, the Little Stars...

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