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WASHED AWAY: A boat smashes in to Brisbane's Hope Bridge, top, a local wades to safety carrying "essentials" from his home and, above, a rescuer lifts a wallaby from the water GET US OUT OF HERE: Traffic jammed in the flooded city of Ipswich near Brisbane SHOP HORROR: Until yesterday, this was a shopping mall in Ipswich, near Brisbane.
A copy editor of Brisbane's choosing who is not in the Times newsroom will edit the column.
Brisbane Marketing also plans to showcase Brisbane's expertise in education, the city's largest export industry.
In researching Brisbane's inherited plantation north of Charleston, I found this 1918 assessment in an otherwise fine piece of historical writing:
In its first three years, 43 companies have been attracted to Brisbane, including giant discount retailer The Warehouse Group, which has signed Brisbane's biggest industrial lease at the Port of Brisbane.
Brisbane's streets are brimming with security forces, who are holding drills in the run up to the G20 Summit on Nov.
The Medicare Service Centre in Brisbane's CBD has moved out of the Queen Street Mall and joined with the Australian Taxation Office at a new style of government shopfront in Suncorp Plaza opposite King George Square today.
Experience is Brisbane's strength and if they can frustrate their hosts they would be strong favourites.
The building's location within the airport and its proximity to the Gateway motorway will also provide faster access to Brisbane's central business district and surrounding areas, including the main manufacturing centres.
Shaun Berrigan, man of the match in Brisbane's NRL Grand Final triumph, is one of eight Broncos in the squad, including captain Darren Lockyer.
Brisbane's former Leeds centre Tonie Carroll, who played for New Zealand in the 2000 World Cup final, is at loose forward alongside Canterbury centre Willie Tonga and his back-row club-mate Andrew Ryan and Penrith winger Luke Rooney.
Mulligan said Japan and South East Asia continued to dominate the Port of Brisbane's trading patterns, accounting for 47 per cent of the port's total trade of 20,745,590 tonnes in 1998-99.
We look forward to expanding our presence in Australia with a new location in the heart of Brisbane's vibrant commercial center," said Peter Markus, managing director, Tiffany & Co.
30am SYDNEY SIXERS, 150-1 outsiders to win this season's Big Bash after being crowned champions of last year's Twenty20 Champions League, are in need of a miracle to make it into the semi-finals and their bowling will be tested by Brisbane's powerful batting line-up this morning, writes Stephen Walter.
And without his midfield guidance, Tony Currie's men lost their menace as Brisbane's deadly finishing saw them run in four tries from Darren Lockyer, Steve Renouf, Anthony Mundine and a 90-yard effort by winger Tony Carroll.
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