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Commuters in Brisbane's CBD will have noticed the signs of disruption, following the handover on January 1 of the Queens Wharf resort and casino site to the Destination Brisbane Consortium. Basking in a New Year glow, State Development Minister Anthony Lynham happily declared the jobs-generating...
Queensland's hospitality industry says it will maintain pressure on the government to reverse the new liquor laws which came into effect overnight. Pubs, clubs and bars will now have to call last drinks at 2-3am in designated entertainment areas.
Overview: Brisbane City Police have an increasing role in responding to vulnerable persons, often at risk in the CBD and police are often the first people to encounter vulnerable people in public space or in circumstances of need. QPS capacity to respond independently to...
This strategy outlines how Brisbane City Division aims to coordinate, develop and foster local activities and initiatives that align services with the Queensland Police Service's (QPS) Vulnerable Persons Policy.
The Brisbane City Division is committed to pursuing the continuous improvement of...
As Brisbane businesses embrace the digital economy, developing and implementing a coherent digital strategy will become increasingly important.
This report reveals that:
► 83% of surveyed businesses are using digital technologies but only 30% are selling products and services online and 41% communicate...
This paper used mixed logit choice modelling to estimate the willingness to pay of households in Brisbane, Australia for kerbside waste collection services including kerbside recycling.
Waste policy in Australia has a strong focus on kerbside recycling. This has a range of costs and...
This paperuses a dichotomous choice contingent valuation format with follow-up open-ended willingness to pay question to estimate the household willingness to pay for the introduction of a kerbside recycling scheme for kitchen waste.
Kerbside recycling in Australia has focused on paper, cardboard, plastics and...
Family First’s preferences helped get Labor across the line, but the party needs a new strategy in this changing electorate, according to Anne Tiernan .
BEFORE Saturday’s poll, commentators speculated that the election result would be the outcome of not one national campaign,...
It appears there is a particular concentration of well-connected individuals on Brisbane's public sector advisory boards. Six degrees of separation? Malcolm Alexander explores the small-world model and how social networks are responsible for unexpected consequences of small but familiar coincidences of social life. It appears...
This report, a project commissioned by the Brisbane City Council defines creative industries, building on sectors outlined by the UK Creative Industries Task Force, and the Australian Culture and Leisure Classifications produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. It uses secondary data to outline Brisbane's...