Posts Categorized: News

4 upcoming Brisbane school fetes


As the weather edges back towards Spring in Brisbane, more and more school’s are throwing fetes, fairs, carnivals – whatever name you prefer. These events are rarely just for those who have kids attending the school, but are rather a great way for the public to spend a day. In this blog, we’ve listed four…
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What you can do at Ekka 2015


The Ekka is here for another year in Brisbane. At Brisk Fridge, we love any type of celebration, and the Ekka is certainly one of Brisbane’s biggest. From the food to the rides lining Sideshow Alley, we’ve listed just some of the things you can do and check out this year. For a closer look,…
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The world’s most famous roads


Some roads are well-known for their design, their steepness or the way they work with the surrounding environment. Other roads aren’t so much famous as they are infamous for the dangers they present. In today’s blog, we’re taking a look at some of the most famous roads from around globe, be it for good or bad reasons….
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6 upcoming Brisbane events to keep an eye on


Brisbane is, without a doubt, one of the best cities to hold a large range of events and festivals. With our warm climate and moderate winters, most days are sun-filled and perfect for getting out and about. If you’re currently trying to think of some Brisbane events to attend over the next few months (besides Brisbane…
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Samsung’s Transparent Truck could save lives


Road safety is incredibly important, and Samsung’s recent efforts to improve said road safety is something worth talking about. One of the most recent and exciting steps to be made in the move towards safer roads comes courtesy of the South Korean tech giant. The company recently tested out a number of ‘transparent’ trucks on the roads of Argentina,…
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The game changing features of RFID

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) has become an effective and growing technology among several industries, particularly those involved in transport, logistics and vehicle hire. RFID is, in essence, a substantial evolution on the humble barcode. As an example, imagine your typical in-store grocery shopping experience. Currently, each product has a barcode that has to be scanned individually…
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4 things to do in Brisbane this winter


Winter in Brisbane isn’t necessarily the coldest affair, but rather things get a little milder (though truly cold days aren’t unheard of). While we may not get the full sense of seasonal changes here, we do benefit from still having perfect conditions in which to get out and about. In this blog, we’ve listed some…
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The rise of the food truck

In recent years, food trucks have become more and more commonplace, with many of them offering the types of meals and snacks that people would happily wait in a massive line for. Businesses that run through a food truck can benefit from the nature of its mobility. Costs are typically lower for the initial construction…
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5 bizarre road rules from around the world


Australia’s roads are governed by a series of logical and effective road rules that help keep all of us safe while driving. For the most part, road rules around the world tend to make a lot of sense, but there can be some that are confusing, hilarious or outright concerning. These are the road rules…
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Enjoying Easter in the heat


With Easter almost here for 2015, we offer some tips on how you can enjoy the day without being overwhelmed by the remaining Australian heat.