Residents in West End are advised that a controlled low level blast will take place in the old quarry tomorrow (Tuesday, December 22) as part of site works for a new reservoir.
An international arts media award and exhibition that has attracted more than 400 entries from 54 countries will open at Pinnacles Gallery this weekend.
Townsville City Council’s fleet and workshop operations at the ageing Garbutt and Bamford Lane depots will soon be relocating to new, modern facilities.
A locally based building company has won the contract to upgrade the roof and refurbish the top floor of the 40-year-old civic administration centre in the Townsville CBD.
The sale of land to a Garbutt business for additional off-street car parking will help ease congestion in busy Martinez Avenue at the Lakes.
Nominations are now open for the 2016 Australia Day Awards which celebrate the outstanding achievements of individuals or groups who inspire us through their accomplishments in service to the community, culture and sports in Townsville.
It’ll be a big call and all in good fun when Cr Tony Parsons makes a cameo broadcasting appearance for the City Council Mayor’s Trophy at the Townsville greyhounds next Tuesday.
Townsville families will have the chance to cool down for free this Sunday as the city’s public pools swing open their doors.
A new report has identified Townsville’s digital and creative industries as an untapped path to jobs and new investment in the city.
Nearly 4500 Townsville residents of all ages will benefit from the generosity and kindness of the community after more than $110,000 was raised for this year’s Mayor’s Christmas Tree Appeal.
Townsville City Council’s performing arts and events strategy for the next three years was presented to the Community and Culture Committee today.
More major domestic an international cricket is on the cards for Townsville following a visit to the city by Cricket Australia officials.
The current upgrade of CBD Utilities is progressing on schedule with work moving out of Stanley Street and commencing in Sturt Street for the third and final stage.
Townsville’s funeral services are set to become more competitive with a proposal for a new operation in the city receiving planning support.
Mayor Cr Jenny Hill will travel to Brisbane tomorrow to meet with the Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt seeking government action over the future of the Palmer Nickel and Cobalt Refinery (QNI) at Yabulu.
Flinders St will come alive with a packed calendar of Christmas activities and entertainment in December.
Townsville Local Disaster Management Group chair Mayor Cr Jenny Hill said this week’s Exercise Trojan Horse (Wednesday) would be one of the biggest joint disaster exercises ever conducted in the city.
A complete overhaul of The Strand’s much-loved Water Park is a step closer with the Townsville City Council naming Whitewater West as the winning contractor for the project.
The Mayor’s Christmas Tree Appeal received a welcome boost today thanks to a race down the aisles of Woolworths in the CBD.
Restrictions on recreational boat use on Black Weir on Ross River have been tightened further to protect the public from an increased threat from submerged hazards.