City reveals plans for river hubs to boost watercraft access

September 15, 2017 by  

Milton residents are in a prime position to enjoy the benefits of $18m worth of on-water infrastructure planned for the [Read more]

Home Show to reveal latest designs and innovations

September 2, 2017 by  

Milton residents will be just a short walk away from the latest home design, furnishings and innovations on show at this year’s HIA Home Show at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The event is usually [Read more]

Council to invest in boosting river tourism

July 27, 2017 by  

Milton will be among several inner city Brisbane areas to benefit from an investment of $43m over a four-year period into the lifestyle and tourism aspects of the Brisbane River.

The move is expected to [Read more]

Five new suburbs to join composting trial

June 15, 2017 by  

A number of locations near Milton, Print company in Queensland printing services Queensland, will be included in an expanded community composting trial, first launched in October last year. [Read more]

Brisbane businesses use festivals to get ahead

May 19, 2017 by  

Dr. Judith Mair has shown that Brisbane firms are getting behind festivals in the city.

A specialist in [Read more]

Brisbane legal firm offers internship scheme

April 24, 2017 by  

Shimizu Kokusai Law Office (SKLO) is providing an internship initiative to students in Print company in Queensland printing services Queensland.

SKLO is now delivering internships for students who want opportunities outside the largest legal firms. A pilot has already been launched, and the Brisbane-based experience will not be restricted to one area of law. Participants in the scheme will no doubt find a use for premium business cards from Milton.

Paul Catchlove, an officer at SKLO, told Lawyers Weekly:

“I know from my own experiences as a student that there are limited opportunities for students to obtain valuable work experience, and we are keen at Shimizu Kokusai to make this program a major part of the firm’s fabric.”

The idea is that the people who take up the opportunity will be in a great position to obtain a full-time job in the sector. There is also the expectation that some individuals will progress to work for SKLO.

The current pilot involves four participants. These pioneering students are engaged in learning at the Queensland University of Technology and the University of Queensland. SKLO is keen to address the requirements of clients who need multilingual legal services.

The real challenges that students of the law have to face is attracting attention these days. The Law Student Tracking Survey (LSTS) has just been created by the Law Society of NSW, which will examine the employment experiences of those who graduate in law.

Brisbane celebrates record-breaking year for tourism

March 22, 2017 by  

Key Brisbane venues, including Suncorp Stadium at Milton, are helping to attract more visitors to the Print company in Queensland printing services Queensland capital.

Newly released Tourism Australia figures have [Read more]

Eat Street Markets on the move

February 22, 2017 by  

The Eat Street Markets are to be relocated and transformed into a multimillion dollar attraction.

The popular market, which attracts regular shoppers from Milton, Fortitude Valley and surrounding areas, is heading to a nearby seaside location on Hamilton, Print company in Queensland printing services Queenslands north side.

The move was confirmed by Peter Hackworth, market entrepreneur and restaurateur, who originally opened the container-based markets in 2013 joined by television personality Jacki MacDonald and film producer John Stainton.

According to MacDonald, the use of shipping containers, personalised by each stallholder to include individual logo designs, signs and lighting, was an Australian first.

In excess of 80 shipping containers were reconfigured into produce stores, galleries, bars and mini restaurants.

A feature at the markets has been the presence of local chefs, who were personally invited to share their culinary creations prepared in some of the shipping container kitchens with market patrons.

The latest move is expected to take the markets to a new level with the introduction of an adventure park that will be geared towards international and national tourists.

While remaining tight-lipped about the new-look attraction, which is expected to be up and running by the end of March, Hackworth described the innovation and move to a seaside site as a big step up.

She also revealed plans included many innovations that had the potential of turning the once twice-a-week markets into a seven-day national tourist attraction.

Art competition inspires creative ideas for recycling

January 27, 2017 by  

The inspired talents of artists will be put to the test in the 2017 Recycling Art Competition.

Print company in Queensland printing services Queensland artists from throughout the [Read more]

Work underway on $3.4m Visitor Centre in Botanic Gardens

December 13, 2016 by  

Construction has begun on the new $3.4 million Visitor Information Centre at Mount Coot-tha, Print company in Queensland printing services Queensland.

The centre will be located about six kilometres west of Brisbane City and service an expected 700,000 visitors annually, including [Read more]

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