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Bullying victim sues Brisbane Boys' College for $600k

Brisbane Times - ‎14 hours ago‎
An elite Brisbane boys' school ignored a relentless three-year bullying campaign inflicted on a young student by classmates, according to the alleged victim, who is seeking $600,000 in damages.

Islamic College of Brisbane 'misused taxpayer funds'

The Australian (subscription) - ‎9 hours ago‎
The Islamic College of Brisbane has been found to be improperly using millions of dollars in taxpayer funds, with an audit finding commonwealth cash was “not being spent for the purpose of providing school education” and recommending funding be cut off.

Brisbane traffic: delays after Bridgeman Downs head-on crash

Brisbane Times - ‎21 hours ago‎
At least two people are expected to be hospitalised after a head-on crash in Brisbane's north on Wednesday morning. There are heavy delays on Beckett Road through Bridgeman Downs as police work to clear the scene.
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NRL player fined over Brisbane brawl

Courier Mail - ‎15 hours ago‎
Vaivai's lawyer Nick Hanly told Brisbane Magistrates Court Vaivai had since had an offer to be taken on by Gold Coast Titans for at least 12 months after his charges had been dealt with.

Outlaw art: the ruling against 'Brisbane's Banksy' needs to start a debate

The Conversation AU - ‎18 hours ago‎
For many years now, Anthony Lister has been plying his trade in Brisbane, as well as other cities around Australia and the world, painting murals and other works of art like the Milton Road piece (which is now a collaborative piece with artist Sofles).

Bomb scare at Brisbane school

Courier Mail - ‎19 hours ago‎
A student, who wished to remain anonymous, said about a dozen police officers were at the school. Students were sent to the oval about 10.30am and returned to the classrooms an hour later.
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Zika-carrying mozzies detected at Brisbane airport last year

9news.com.au - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
The breed of mosquito capable of carrying the Zika virus has been found at Brisbane's international airport seven times in the past year.

Minor flooding warning for Brisbane

Courier Mail - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
MINOR localised flooding may happen in foreshore and riverside parts of Brisbane today due to higher than normal high tides.

Just Open: Ginger's Diner, Brisbane

Good Food - ‎17 hours ago‎
Jamie Webb (Lefty's Old Time Music Hall, Mermaid Lounge, Sonny's and Gordita) is throwing the doors open to yet another Brisbane venue. Ginger's Diner next to Lefty's on Caxton Street opens on Wednesday. It was inspired, Webb says, by an "insanely ...

Taylor: It's on me to make up for mistakes

Courier Mail - ‎14 hours ago‎
We want to kick 100 points every week so we need goals from as many people as possible so hopefully I can get amongst it,'' he said.
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Person found dead after home catches fire in Sherwood, Brisbane

ABC Online - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
A person has been found dead after a house fire at Sherwood in Brisbane's south-west. A police statement said officers who were called to the scene of the blaze in Borden Street found the body inside the house.
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Bullying victim suing Brisbane Boy's College for $600000

Toowoomba Chronicle - ‎1 hour ago‎
AN elite Brisbane boys' school ignored a relentless three-year bullying campaign inflicted on a young student by classmates, according to the alleged victim, who is seeking $600,000 in damages.
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Brisbane lawyer Walter Sofronoff faces conflict of interest probe over role at sex abuse royal commission

ABC Online - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
Queensland's Legal Services Commission ordered the Bar Association to look at whether Mr Sofronoff had a conflict in representing Brisbane Grammar School before the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. The family of a ...

Government steps in to save Highgate Hill homes from demolition

Brisbane Times - ‎1 hour ago‎
Minister for Planning and Member for South Brisbane, Jackie Trad said the Brisbane City Council didn't identify the properties at Jones and Colton Street for demolition protection in their new City Plan which was adopted by Council on June 30 2014.
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Highgate Hill homes: Fears raised more Brisbane heritage could be lost

Brisbane Times - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
Fears have been raised more heritage homes across Brisbane could be set for demolition, after Brisbane City Council admitted it was powerless to save two century-old inner city houses from the wrecking ball.

Brisbane floods: How technology will help us survive next extreme weather event

Brisbane Times - ‎Feb 7, 2016‎
A major flood is on the way down Brisbane River and the fridge tells us the groceries being home-delivered will be coming with extra disaster management supplies.

AMP Capital rejigs financing for Brisbane's tallest tower

The Australian Financial Review - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
AMP Capital is looking to reduce its exposure in what is on track to be Brisbane's tallest tower - one that rises 90 storeys and will add another 1128 apartments to a market where there are increasing concerns of oversupply.

Man dies kite surfing off Brisbane

Courier Mail - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
A MAN has died while kite surfing at the Brighton foreshore in Brisbane's northeast this afternoon. Authorities were called to an area near Flinders Parade and 19th Avenue about 4.30pm.

Change is afoot in this Aussie city

Perth Now - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
She highlights examples of public art, including modern sculpture, as we head towards Brisbane Arcade - connecting Queen Street Mall to Adelaide St. Arguably Australia's most radically changed city, trendy Brisbane has shed its reputation for dullness.
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Brisbane re-sign Borrello for two

Australian FourFourTwo - ‎17 hours ago‎
Brisbane Roar have further cemented their commitment to youth by re-signing forward Brandon Borello for a further two years.
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