Free movies and fireworks will headline Townsville’s New Year celebrations.
Townsville City Council offices will be closed from 3pm, Friday 23 December and reopen at 8.30am, Tuesday 3 January 2017.
Soaring temperatures and summer school holidays have signalled surge in swimmers returning to the city’s favourite spots to take a dip and cool off.
Council has moved to tackle reports of anti-social behaviour in Heatley Park, installing temporary solar powered lights and a mobile CCTV trailer near the playground this week.
A snapshot of the past 150 years and highlights of the city’s 150th anniversary celebrations will be among items sealed in a new time capsule.
Townsville’s network of security cameras have homed in on anti-social behaviour in high profile public areas.
The winners of this year’s Mayor’s Christmas Tree Appeal challenges have been announced.
Townsville City Council is giving one lucky family the chance to win a $20,000 holiday to the home of Leonardo da Vinci in Florence, Italy.
Ratepayers could face annual rates increases of up to 8.9 per cent if proposals for a purpose-built arts and cultural facility were to go ahead.
Townsville City Council officers have launched an aerial and ground assault on saltmarsh mosquitos as high tides and rain bring a rise in hatchings.
Summer is hotting up so Townsville City Council will treat audiences to its next free Riverway Movie in the lagoons tomorrow night.
A major upgrade of the intersection of William Angliss Drive and Mervyn Crossman Drive in Annandale is underway to improve long-term traffic flows through the busy arterial route.
Townsville City Council is bringing together likeminded organisations to develop a collaborative approach to local community safety.
Townsville City Council has given the green light to plans to expand the popular Sanctum development in the city’s north.
Council’s communication and technology capabilities will be boosted through a new partnership with Optus.
Weeper hoses will be restricted in line with Level 3 water restrictions.
A solution to the provision of a reliable, secure water supply for the Paluma township may be found through industry innovation.
Townsville City Council has voted against a proposal to remove The Criterion Hotel from the local heritage register.
Townsville City Council is encouraging community groups and individuals seeking financial assistance through sponsorship to apply for the next round of funding which opened today.
The Hot Pocket Summer School Holiday Guide is jam packed with activities and ideas to keep families entertained these school holidays.