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This launch event invites you to explore ideas with our expert panel and to workshop a hypothetical suburban makeover. Date and time Thursday, 5 May
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner – “My priorities for suburban Brisbane, and what the Olympics will mean for our city.” Date and time Mon., 6 September
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