Lord Mayor Graham Quirk

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk

Graham Quirk is the Lord Mayor for Brisbane, and is passionate about moving this city into the future and creating a better living situation for all residents.

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New parking signs make parking easier across Brisbane

Last year, I established a group called the Parking Taskforce, designed to research practical ways to make on-street parking more accessible across Brisbane. After months of research, the Parking…

New parking signs make parking easier across Brisbane

Brisbane Extra

Design the next CityCat!

Calling all residents with a flair for creativity! As part of our Team Brisbane initiative to decorate some of our CityCats in Brisbane sporting team colours, we are encouraging residents to come up…

Team Brisbane CityCat

Brisbane Extra

The sign is here to stay

The giant letters that make up the word ‘Brisbane’ have been craned in to South Bank’s Cultural Forecourt, where the permanent Brisbane sign will call home. A temporary version of the…

Brisbane

Brisbane Extra

Rebuilt Shorncliffe Pier takes shape

One of Brisbane’s most loved and historically significant landmarks, the Shorncliffe Pier is taking shape on the Bayside shoreline as it is rebuilt by Council. Recently I visited Shorncliffe to inspec…

Rebuilt Shorncliffe Pier takes shape

Brisbane Extra

The next phase of the Anzac Square revitalisation has commenced

The next stage of restoration works on Brisbane’s historic Anzac Square is set to begin, revealing new historic details and giving the community access to some of the secret chambers underneath the…

The next phase of the Anzac Square revitalisation has commenced

Brisbane Extra

Be prepared for summer storms

It’s time to get your home and family prepared for storm season. It is that time of year again and summer is quickly approaching us, which means that summer storms are on the way and there are…

Be prepared for summer storms

Brisbane Extra

New eco-friendly paving machine smooths out Brisbane streets

This year 380 of our suburban streets will be resurfaced as part of Council’s $100 million road resurfacing program Recently I put to work a new state-of-theart,eco-friendly road paving machine…

New eco-friendly paving machine smooths out Brisbane streets

Brisbane Extra

Legacy Way is a time saver for commuters

Recently Council released its latest Key Corridor Report, providing an update on Brisbane’s busiest 18 roads and how they were faring in the daily commute. Council is committed to investing in large…

Legacy Way