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Brisbane News has been delivering a quality magazine to Brisbane's affluent suburb for seventeen years.


Readers have bonded with its unique mix of informative, entertaining and uplifting stories, and this proven format is consistently achieving extremely high levels of reader loyalty.


Each Wednesday, Brisbane News is targeted directly to high income demographics with select distribution to 120,000 homes and businesses in Brisbane. Every copy goes to a clearly identified prime consumer target, so there is absolutely no wastage.


Brisbane News covers food, fashion, arts and entertainment, travel, and real estate with consummate style. Glossy pages, stunning photography, witty commentary and beautiful images. Brisbane News just begs to be read, creating a subtle but powerful sales environment for your business. 




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Italian Affair

The Italians certainly know how to throw a shindig, and last week’s corporate luncheon hosted by the president of the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Santo Santoro, was no exception.



Ciao Time

Food and wine are just two of many ingredients in Italian Week 2010


Editor’s Letter

“Italians have the same relationship with food that some Amazonian people have with the clouds in the sky – one glance and we know what to expect”.


La Dolce Vita

Biagio restaurant’s Biago Biuso is bringing his Sicilian expertise to a one-off Italian Week dinner at Treasury Brisbane; Aria’s banoffi dessert; Russel Armstrong explains his dish for The Variety of Chefs balls; and making gnocchi at CJ’s Pasta.


Feast Your Eyes

Sandwiched between my sister and her Italian fiancé, an 89-year old Italian woman is bossing me around in the most beautiful way.


Dominique Rizzo

As a child, Dominique remembers visiting her family in Sicily, taking in their idyllic lifestyles spent eating off the land and sea.






La Traviata

Opera Queensland presents Elijah Moshinsky’s production of Giuseppe Verdi’s classic opera that follow the story of two ill-fated lovers in 19th-century Paris.


Chow Bella (Page 1 and Page 2)

Recipes of Piedmontese Roasted Peppers and Fonduta


That’s Amore (Page 1 and Page 2)

It doesn’t get any more Italian than Peroni beer, prosecco, arancini and pizza, and Brisbane’s Italo-Australian community turned out in force to enjoy it. 


Editor’s letter on Italian Week Festival: Long-distance relationship rarely work, but a friend of mine has beaten the odds. He's been hopelessly in love with an Italian for eight years, and manages to keep the romance alive with fleeting visits. (Brisbane_News_Editors_Letter -> link goes to 2010 instead of 2009.


Strangers in a strange land: They came in search of better life and were met with distrust and discrimination. Yet now the Italian and Greek cultures are firmly entrenched in. (Brisbane_News_Strangers1.jpg; Brisbane_News_Strangers2.jpg)


Tale of the centuries (Front Page)

Tale of the centuries (Article)

The first stop on the Chianti wine trail is rich with history, bathed in sunlight and home to an opulent villa which welcomes guests. 


Bella Italia

Italian Week 2009 drew to a close in consummate style last week, with a swish cocktail party at the Conrad Treasury Brisbane hotel to celebrate Italy’s national day.


Suitably Suave (Front Page)

Suitably Suave (Front Page 2)

Elio Moda’s design at Italian week 2009: Celebrate Brisbane's Italian Week in elegant European style with classic cuts from local fashion house Elio Moda. 



La dolce vita is just around the corner as all things Italian come under the spotlight. Festival producer Alessandro Sorbello says Italian Week 2009 will provide a unique insight into Italian culture through a range of events and activities for all ages and nationalities. 


Latin Roots

A quick lesson on Italian’s Wines: There is no way to understand Italian wine and its labels. Italy is a land with more than 800 documented grape varieties yet most of them are never spoken about here. 


Go Baroque

As part of Italian Week celebrations, catch a Queensland Orchestra string ensemble led by concert master Warwick Adeney performing Vivaldi's The Four Seasons. 




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