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In total, these fines have made $1.5 million for Brisbane City Council, but the fines certainly arent great for punters.
Simon Turner from the Fortitude Valley Safe Night Out Precinct said people are being fined as much as $250 for dropping cigarette butts on the footpath.
Mr Turner also said the council were hiring police officers to work with ticket inspectors who targeted customers lined up outside of clubs.
Volunteer Lifeguard Return to Shore
Over the last couple of days, a pair of RACQ LifeFlight aero
medical bizjets have been noted calling into various CQ Airports on
different medical evacuation flights.
Late on Tuesday 5 September, LifeFlight's LearJet 45 bizjet VH-CXJ "Ambulance 452" was noted visiting Mackay Airport on a med-evac flight from and back to Townsville.
Also very late on Tuesday 5 September, LifeFlight's Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign bizjet VH-VPL "Ambulance 680" was noted calling into Rockhampton Airport, arriving from the Gold Coast.
|VH-VPL at Rockhampton Airport recently (File photo)|
Vincent & Jules presents the September installation of Cookies & Cream at the zoo. The series focuses on all the obscure concoctions and derivatives of Brisbanes underground pop, rock, and indie scene.
Rampant with blistering live energy the band vocalises free speech, rebellion, passion, rage and individuality through music. The quartet is quickly gaining a local reputation as an alternative powerhouse delivering quality music and quality live shows to fans whilst subconsciously provoking the human experience with deeper motives intertwined in their songs.
Hard rock/alt rock power trio. Just a few rambunctious younger gentlemen enquire within.
4 young apprentices living week to week on the slog.
Lunchtime brings the musicality of grunge and the attitude of Punk together in an all-explosive fusion of genres.
Photo ID required for entry, 18+ only.
Funded by FIFA and the Union of European Football Associations, the football pitch will become a place of relief for those who are currently living in caravans in Jordans al-Zaatari camp.
Syrias civil war is now in its seventh year, and infrastructure in improving in the camp in an effort to normalise the lives of the 8000 Syrians who have fled to al-Zaatari.
More on Offer from Redcliffe Ferry
Following its maiden voyage a fortnight ago, the Redcliffe2MoretonExpress ferry will run an extra weekly service and offer discounts for local residents.
Palm Island Mayor compares Australia Day with the Jewish Holocaust
| Welcome To Country: The final question asked by Councillor
Lacey was, Do the Jewish celebrate the Holocaust? To which he
answered, No, they remember the sad part of it. This was published
in the Courier Mail almost four weeks ago in an article titled:
Australia Day date: Brisbane has no plans to change, says Graham
Do you see what is happening here? This is yet another case of mainstream media trying to manipulate the national conversation. When an Indigenous person says what the Palm Island mayor said, the story stops dead in its tracks. The media only want to portray the Australia Day debate as coming solely from lefties and green groups etc.
The media also loves to find the odd blackfulla who loves Australia day as well. Im sure you would have heard about those stories right? Well if you want to throw a spanner in the works of mainstream media manipulation, you can help us out by sharing this story. Lets keep the true conversation going from the original source.
On September 8, 1967, 4000 students marched from University of Queenslands St. Lucia campus to the centre of Brisbane, to protest for rights to free speech and public protesting. Upon being obstructed by police, the students staged a mass sit-down protest in Roma Street. By the end of the day, over 120 student protestors had been 
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A project led by the University of Adelaide has discovered a number of North Stradbroke Islands wetlands reach back as far as 200,000 years. Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation (DSITI) Principal Scientist Dr Jonathan Marshall said the investigation conducted on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) revealed that the local environment has remained moist for 
The Art of Graffiti Writing
This is the final draft of the forward I was invited to write for a new book by Brisbane photojournalist, Toks Ojo. Toks has photographed and collated a vast amount of current graffiti/street art in Brisbane into Brisbane Walls, Graffiti and Street Art. The book is due for release later this year.
2018 will mark 20 years since I began an alchemists experiment with graffiti. I invited graffiti writers into a conservative enclave to publicly demonstrate their art. It was a bold and maybe nave move but it was the beginning of Jugglers, at that time a bi-monthly celebration of fine art, music, graffiti, comedy, poetry reading and coffee in, of all things, a north Brisbane suburban church context.
I was the minister of a large protestant congregation and I had begun feeling deeply frustrated with its sterile and utilitarian approach to the arts. Not only that church but the whole religious paradigm and its dualistic approach to life, spirituality and subsequently, art had become stuck. I needed a push through the door that was opening.
Jugglers effectively became my wide open door out of the restrictions of that paradigm into a new life where graffiti would feature as the writing on the wall and the metaphor for a new l...
Last year, people from all over Brisbane joined together to provide over 200 backpacks filled with necessities and toys to kids from refugee backgrounds and families seeking asylum. You can read all about the success of the Backpack project, which began in 2016 as the brainwave of Brisbane mum Alison Reynolds, here, and join the Facebook group here.
High-profile Brisbane lawyer Sam Di Carlo has appeared briefly in court on charges of perjury, drug and ammunition offences after allegedly lying to Queenslands corruption watchdog.
The 60-year-old was arrested earlier this month over allegations by the Crime and Corruption Commission that he lied to an investigative hearing.
Di Carlo, who has been in the headlines since claiming that the $50,000 in cash carried by former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale at the Melbourne Airport belonged to a client of his, will apply in Brisbane Magistrates Court later on Tuesday to vary his bail so he can have contact with a solicitor.
15 years ago, Thirsty Merc bounded onto the music scene with their Summertime sounds, making their mark on radio and TV over the ensuing years and to celebrate this milestone, the band are heading back out on the road on their Take Me Back Tour kicking off in Brisbane on 2 November.
Thirsty Merc formed in Sydney in 2002 releasing their debut EP, First Work, in September, 2003, before being signed to Warner Music. The bands big break came in 2004 with the release of their debut, self titled, album which included the hits, Someday Someday and In The Summertime (the theme for Bondi Rescue since 2006).
Two more studio albums followed Slideshows in 2007 (#4 ARIA Album) and Mousetrap Heart in 2010 (#14 on the ARIA Album chart) which included radio staples, 20 Good Reasons, Mousetrap Heart and Tommy and Krista
Fast forward to 2015 Thirsty Merc released Shifting Gears, their first wholly independent and first new material in five years and spent the next few months crossing the country; running up thousands of Frequent Flyer points and sold out shows.
Besides the hits, the Take Me Back Tour is a celebration of all the music along the way and fans can expect to hear songs theyve never heard the band perform live before.
Lead singer, Rai Thistlethwayte, said today: Its thanks to the fans that were still here, loving life and music, 15 years later and this tour is a big thank you to everyone whos sung along with us over the years, as well as a great opportunity to dust off some songs weve never included in our shows.
Tickets for Thirsty Mercs Take Me Back Tour shows are on sale NOW.
Shifting Gears is out now through MGM Distribution
TAKE ME BACK TOUR
Thursday, 2 November 2017
The Zoo, Brisbane, QLD
Friday, 3 November 2017
Casino RSM Club, Casino, NSW
Friday, 10 November 2017
Prince of Wales, Bunbury, WA
Sunday, 12 November 2017
96FM Kickstart Summer Concert...
A new Programming Committee is being formed and we seek expressions of interest from existing and new volunteers who have a good understanding of the diverse needs of the Fraser Coast Community, an appreciation of many types of music and can contribute approximately ten hours a month for a period of up to two years. For more information, download the following: Programming Committee Member Position Statement and Programming Committee Policy and Guidelines. Send the completed Application Form to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it into the station any weekday morning. Expressions of Interest will close Friday 22 September, 2017.
Researchers have stated the discovery means they are much closer to fully representing the microbial world.
A.C.E Co-researcher Dr Donovan Parks believes fully understanding the microbial world lays the foundation for critical biogeochemical and industrial processes in the future.
Study shows Australian Consumers more Pessimistic and Queensland construction struggling
Deloittes latest Access Economics report says people are spending more but are feeling more pessimistic, with consumer sentiment shifting downwards.
The Kerb stones are believed to have been part of the original convict-hewn kerb of William Street.
The Brisbane City Council has a policy in place which requires stones such as this to be permanently removed, and surrendered to the council for future use.
State Development Minister Anthony Lynham has promised the stones will be preserved, with more artefacts expected to be uncovered during the construction.
Surprise discovery on the North Stradbroke Island
Denis Bright invites discussion on the prospects for political engagement with constituents on the negative side of the income divide in Brisbanes Inner Western Suburbs. Attitudes to political engagement were tested through targeted interviews with residents in lower rental shared accommodation in the Toowong-Auchenflower precinct of the new marginal state electorate of Maiwar. Many properties
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