Media releases

29 Jul 2014Join the adventure at new playground

Adventurous youngsters have been flocking to Brinsmead's Goomboora Park and families from across the region are invited to join them this weekend.

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25 Jul 2014Lake St open to through traffic

Lake Street has been opened to through traffic, signalling the major milestone in the City Centre Alive revitalisation project.

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23 Jul 2014Last chance to enter Cairns Festival Grand Parade

The countdown is on to get entries in for this year's Cairns Festival Grand Parade and Fireworks. With $10,000 in prize money – not to mention the applause and cheers of 35,000 onlookers – it's a perfect opportunity to promote your business, school, group or individual talent.

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17 Jul 2014Design your own 'cool' home

Imagine experiencing a cool home that keeps the heat out and invites in the breeze, so you can live comfortably for less.

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16 Jul 2014Lake St to open six weeks early

Lake Street will be re-opened nearly six weeks ahead of schedule as the City Centre Alive project nears completion.

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16 Jul 2014Keep pets safe during fireworks

With the Cairns Show now under way, pet owners are urged to consider the safety of their dogs during the evenings.

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16 Jul 2014Wi-fi signal spans CBD

Logging on in the Cairns CBD has just become easier, with the expansion of Cairns Regional Council's free community wi-fi network.

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15 Jul 2014Trailer makes graffiti removal easier

Community and sporting organisations dealing with graffiti vandalism now have access to a purpose-built trailer to make removal easier.

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11 Jul 2014Group ride to open southern cycleway

The newest instalment of Cairns Regional Council's Cycling and Walking Strategy will be officially opened with a celebratory bicycle ride next weekend.

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11 Jul 2014Innovative agriculture earns top TNQ20 gongs

The Atherton Tablelands have earned the spotlight at the inaugural TNQ20 Business Excellence and Tropical Innovation Awards, with the top two gongs going over the range.

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