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Brisbane open for business during the G20

Brisbane is ready to welcome the world during the G20 Leaders Summit on 15 and 16 November, with major retail centres, leading tourism operators, restaurants and other attractions all open for business.


Brisbane Global Cafe – the hottest ticket in town

Singapore-based news correspondent and Bloomberg Television anchor Haslinda Amin has signed up as a moderator of the Cities of the Future segment of the Brisbane Global Cafe program at City Hall on 12 and 13 November.


250 films entered in 2014 Asia Pacific Screen Awards

Official entries for the eighth Asia Pacific Screen Awards have closed, with more than 250 feature films from 42 Asia Pacific countries and areas in contention for the region’s highest accolade in film.


International brands choose Brisbane

Brisbane’s CBD continues to attract the big global brands, with a host of new international retailers opening their doors this spring, with more to come before the end of the year.


Brisbane Greeters play host to Ludwig Leichhardt on historic visit

Brisbane Greeters Vivien Harris and Blair Allsopp last week welcomed to the city the great-great-great nephew of famous 19th century explorer Ludwig Leichhardt.


Register now for free Lord Mayor’s Business Excellence Workshop

Brisbane City Council and Queensland Leaders invite you to a free business workshop on 29 October to hear from industry experts about developing and growing your business.


Calling all CEOs – time to walk to the talk

The Endeavour Foundation is calling on Brisbane executives to get involved in the inaugural CEO Walk & Talk on 3 December to raise money and understanding for people with a disability.


The Tasmanian Babes Fiasco filming opportunity for Brisbane

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today welcomed news of a film adaption of John Birmingham’s popular book The Tasmanian Babes Fiasco being shot in Brisbane in 2015 and called on locals to get behind the production.


Student artwork showcased #G20Brisbane Cultural Celebrations

Residents and visitors to Brisbane will see the G20 through the eyes of local school students as part of the Children’s Billboard Project, on display throughout the city and suburbs during the G20 Cultural Celebrations.


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