Brisbane gets things to do

Providing entertainment information on a state-by-state basis, the site is available at

Launched this week, Brisbane is the only city currently covered through the site, with Sydney and Melbourne due to be available later this month. Perth and Adelaide are still in the planning stages while New Zealand, Asia and Europe are other areas being researched for possible international growth.

The site covers varied forms of entertainment, from theatre, cinema and art galleries to markets, air ballooning and yoga.

Visitors to the site will also have the opportunity to purchase tickets to various entertainment events in due course, according to information stated on the site.

Meanwhile, AMRL is changing its name to Maxe-tec Australia Ltd, and is putting its proposal to shareholders in August. The new name, according to AMRL, reflects the internet, software and high-tech waste-processing interests that the company holds.

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