Latest news

New tender portal for Logan contracts

Logan City Council has announced an important change to its tender process. From Saturday, August 3, expressions of interest and tenders for Council contracts in excess of $220,000 will be invited through a new e-tendering portal, TenderLink. Contracts under $220,000 will continue to be managed through VendorPanel Marketplace. All expressions of interest or tenders through […]

Bruno Loubet at Regional Flavours

Bruno takes Logan’s produce to the people

Logan’s Food Ambassador, former Michelin Star Chef, Bruno Loubet added an international touch to Australia’s largest free food and wine festival Regional Flavours, which was held in July at Brisbane’s South Bank Parklands. A master of turning everyday vegetables into culinary delights, Bruno transformed local grown mushrooms, eggplants, cucumbers and honey into his City of […]

Payroll tax changes make QLD a more appealing place to do business

Changes to payroll tax from this year’s State Budget came into effect on 1 July 2019, with an estimated 13,000 Queensland businesses to benefit from these changes. Payroll tax changes will help more businesses grow and create more jobs. Under this year’s State Budget $885 million has been committed to target payroll tax initiatives to […]

Funding of up to $5,000 for small artisan producers

The Small Business Artisan Producer Grants Program will provide assistance to artisan producers of gourmet food (including non-alcoholic beverages) to help them grow their businesses, access new market opportunities and enhance their gourmet food expertise. Queensland is home to a growing number of local producers and the Palaszczuk Government wants to support more purveyors of […]

Paddle begins for Logan’s thrilling whitewater vision

Logan City Council has advanced plans to build an Olympic-standard whitewater park in the city with an economic feasibility study and site selections to be completed in the coming weeks. The proposed whitewater park, which has been earmarked as a ‘game changer’ by Council in its tourism planning, would be a Queensland-first and one of […]