Funding for the Sunshine Coast’s outdated and overloaded North Coast Rail Line should be a priority in tomorrow’s State Budget announcement, according to South East Queensland’s (SEQ) Mayors.
The duplication and upgrade of the North Coast Rail Line has been on the political agenda for many years […]Read More
Mayors and Councillors from seven South East Queensland (SEQ) councils will be ready to explore some of the world’s most advanced technology and seamless public transport systems when they head to Singapore next week on a Council of Mayors’ (SEQ) business mission.
In a first for the […]Read More
Efficient public transport, smart technology and innovation, and the delivery of cost effective civic services were just part of the lessons seven South East Queensland (SEQ) Mayors and Councillors will bring back to their respective councils following a successful business mission to Singapore.
In a first for […]Read More
An injection of funding from South East Queensland (SEQ) councils and a targeted plan to improve the condition and resilience of the Logan-Albert catchment will aid in the recovery of some of the areas hardest hit by ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie.
The Logan-Albert Catchment Action Plan is the […]Read More
Eight South East Queensland (SEQ) Mayors and Councillors will promote SEQ’s business and investment opportunities to Asia Pacific investors when they represent the region at the 2017 Asia Pacific Cities Summit in Daejeon, South Korea next week.
Cr Quirk said the 2017 Asia Pacific Cities Summit was […]Read More
Today the region’s Mayors issued a plea to the future Queensland Government: Work with us to connect the region’s major corridors to support the needs of a growing South East Queensland (SEQ).
Speaking at today’s announcement of the Council of Mayors’ (SEQ) 2017/18 State Advocacy Priorities, the […]Read More
Seven of the ten critical infrastructure projects highlighted by the Council of Mayors (SEQ) have received a commitment from one or more parties in the lead up to the Queensland State Election, but the region’s Mayors say there’s still work to be done.
While the region’s candidates […]Read More
7 yrs ago today, the amazing people of Brisbane came out in force to form a volunteer Mud Army after the 2011 Flood. This was a uniquely Brisbane response to those in need. Let’s to celebrate the caring, generous Spirit of Brisbane & make sure we never lose it! #spiritofbrisbane pic.twitter.com/BsoNIigimC Retweeted by Council of Mayors