Good news for Brisbane folks with the Brisbane City Council agreeing to temporarily lift the ban on backyard fire pits.

Great news for Brisbane residents with the Brisbane City Council agreeing to lift the ban on backyard fire pits, at least on a temporary basis over this winter. When news hit last week of a couple being visited by council inspectors about their fire pit, many of us were wondering about the legality of using an outdoor fire pit at home.

Check out the story from the ABC News website here : 
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-05-19/brisbane-city-council-overturns-fire-pit-rules-for-winter/12263712

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