Your wedding day is a once in a lifetime (hopefully!) event that will be remembered for decades to come and is a huge chapter in the story of your relationship. Because of the grand, celebratory nature of a wedding, most if not all couples will search for the ideal wedding photographer who will capture their big day in meticulous detail through their expert camerawork.
However, finding the right wedding photographer can be tricky, especially if you are being bombarded with information regarding other aspects of your wedding. While it may take a backseat to other wedding plans, sourcing a good photographer is of paramount importance in order create a visual record of the day’s events and to attain physical images to look back on and cherish.
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The World Press Photo Exhibition returns to the Brisbane Powerhouse this weekend, presenting its usual trove of compelling and intimate moments captured by the world’s best photojournalists.
The exhibition profiles the winners of the annual World Press Photo Contest. The 2018 contest drew 73,044 images from 4548 photographers in 125 countries around the world, with the competition jury handing out prizes in eight categories to 42 snappers from 22 countries, including Australia.
The exhibition features the winning images across all of the contest categories. It opens this Saturday in the Powerhouse’s Turbine Studio, Visy Foyer and other exhibition spaces.
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Thousands of Brisbane residents have said what they want to see in their city, with hundreds in support of trams, light rail and better public transport in general, while some residents just want a clean river, canals in the suburbs and happy people.
Brisbane Times and BDA: The Committee for Brisbane Liveability Survey has now closed, but more than 2200 residents completed the survey to tell us what they love and loathe about Brisbane.
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A THREE bedroom house just 4km from the Brisbane CBD has fetched $485,000, one of the cheapest prices seen in any inner-city capital in months.
The timber home was built in 1940 and sits on a 400 sqm block that’s close to schools and parks — and even has a bus stop right across the road.
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Carnival Cruise Line has announced Carnival Spirit will become the brand’s first ship to home port in Brisbane. The announcement follows the ACCC’s approval of a new cruise ship terminal in Brisbane.
Carnival Spirit will arrive into its new home in 2020. She will sail year-round from Brisbane to the tropical archipelagos of Vanuatu and New Caledonia, as well as offer shorter cruises to destinations in North Queensland.
More Here- https://www.travelagentcentral.com/cruises/carnival-spirit-to-sail-year-round-from-brisbane
Brisbane’s flood-prone land has been purchased by Brisbane City Council which will spend millions to turn it into sporting fields.
The 2018-19 budget revealed the council would spend $40 million over three years to deliver new facilities in at least six suburbs.
More here- https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/brisbane-news/council-to-build-sport-fields-on-flood-prone-land-20180614-p4zlft.html
Brisbane council Opposition Leader Peter Cumming has slammed lord mayor Graham Quirk’s 2018-19 budget as a “final act of political tragedy”.
On Friday morning, two days after the budget was handed down, Cr Cumming delivered his budget response to the council chamber.
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The Queensland government has announced funding for a new $150 million theatre at the heritage-listed Queensland Cultural Centre in Brisbane, with a national design competition for the building forthcoming.
To be built on the Playhouse Green site, between Grey and Russell streets, the theatre will be operated by the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) and will provide a new home for Queensland Ballet while also supporting Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Opera Queensland and Queensland Theatre.
More Here- https://architectureau.com/articles/national-design-competition-announced-for-150-million-brisbane-theatre/
Brisbane Broncos legend Gorden Tallis has added his voice to the chorus of past players and pundits to speculate on Melbourne Storm boss Craig Bellamy’s future.
Media reports last Sunday declared the premiership-winning coach had decided to reject a reported three-year, $5million offer from the Brisbane Broncos and ink a similar three-year extension to stay in Melbourne.
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The state government of Queensland, Australia, has announced its backing for the construction of new film and TV studios in Brisbane.
The government said it is committing $9.2 million (A$12 million) to the project and described it as establishing “a fit-for-purpose studio for small film and television productions.” The location and initial tenants will be announced in the next financial year.
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