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Watch the butcher shine his knives
And this town is full of battered wives
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They shut it down
They pulled it down
They shut it down
They pulled it down

On 14 November Quest News is running a #SnapBrisbane campaign to”to celebrate all the things people love about where they live and generate pride in our beautiful cities.”

But what about the #MAD development that is destroying our city, shutting down open spaces, privatising public land, poorly designed high-rise, building new freeways when car pollution is out of control with 50,000 new cars in the South-East every year.

Please post photos that show your discontent at what our city elders are imposing on us. #Lytton Road is Wide Enough

Ian Curr
14 Nov 2018

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Attempt by Council to take out forest reserve in Mowbray Park thwarted

Banner photo depicts a diver in the 1974 Brisbane flood outside Festival Hall in Albert Street, City. Here is the full image.
festival hall 1974 floods

Broadway Hotel, Woolloongabba

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