Ipswich, Lockyer Valley and Somerset first in line for Resilient Rivers


The Lockyer Valley catchment and neighbouring Mid Brisbane catchment, both devastated in the 2011 and 2013 floods, are the first two catchments to benefit from the work of the Resilient Rivers Initiative.

Fernvale farmer Jeff Payne was left with a dangerous 20-metre high creek embankment when the […]

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Mayors putting SEQ on Federal agenda


Major infrastructure projects and funding models, protecting SEQ’s waterways and boosting the region’s economy are at the top of the agenda as a delegation of ten SEQ Mayors and Deputy Mayors meets in Canberra today with key Government and Opposition representatives.

Council of Mayors (SEQ) Chairman and […]

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Cruise ship terminals mean big business for SEQ


The Port of Brisbane’s proposed $100 million cruise ship terminal at Luggage Point signals big things to come for South East Queensland, according to the region’s Mayors.

The proposal will enable supersized liners to easily dock in Brisbane and increase the region’s slice of Australia’s $3.2 billion […]

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Is Brisbane set to get a $100 million international cruise ship terminal? Find out what it means for #SEQ -

@AmyRemeikis We must have missed the "conspiracy" memo too???

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