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The Brisbane City Government has announced a $16 million donation from the Brisbane Chamber of Commerce and Industry to the Brisbane-based Wafb Live broadcasting company.

The City Council announced the donation at the beginning of October to support Wafd’s commitment to improve and accelerate the availability of new services in the city.

“The Wafbs new live broadcasting platform, Wafbmash, will help build a stronger community in the CBD,” Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said in a statement.

“This is an exciting step for Brisbane, and we thank Wafblash for their ongoing commitment to this vital project.”

The City Council will now make further donations to WafbaLive over the coming months to support the growth and development of the platform.

The City of Brisbane has also announced it will provide $100,000 in grants for the Wafbalash program over the next two years.