Townsville City Council will work to improve safety for motorists and cyclists at some of the city’s worst black spots, with three locations to be upgraded with funding from the Australian Government’s Black Spot Program.
Perc Tucker Regional Gallery is proud to host one of the foremost experts in portraiture for this year’s Philip Bacon Guest Lecture.
Two proposals for new food and drink businesses in Townsville have received the green light from the city’s planning committee.
A proposed extension of a quarry at Nome in Townsville’s south is set to proceed.
The Integrated Stadium and Entertainment Centre will be the launching pad for development, job creation and lifestyle opportunities in Townsville’s inner-city, Mayor Cr Jenny Hill said today.
The next phase of Townsville City Council’s LED Lighting Project will begin this week, to upgrade old style outdoor lighting with modern, energy-efficient LEDs.
CityLibraries Townsville is offering a free program to assist residents looking for work.
Townsville will target expanding education markets in Asia with plans to establish an inner-city campus for up to 5000 international and local students in the city’s CBD.
The faces of a bygone era will soon appear all over the city as Townsville City Council continues the T150 celebrations.
One of the city’s most loved events, the Pacific Festival, will make a comeback this weekend to mark the city’s 150th anniversary celebrations.
High ranking dignitaries from Townsville’s sister cities in Asia and the Pacific are jetting into the city tomorrow for a major economic and cultural summit to mark the T150 celebrations.
Townsville City Council will conduct top-up sand renourishment works on Horseshoe Bay and Nelly Bay beaches this month as part of an ongoing program to combat erosion on the island.
Townsville City Council advises that a controlled low level test blast will take place in the old quarry tomorrow (Wednesday, June 1) at 1pm as part of site works for a new reservoir.
The stage adaptation of Andy Griffiths’ and Terry Denton’s bestseller The 52-Storey Treehouse will take Townsville kids through a whirlwind adventure when it comes to the Townsville Civic Theatre in June.
Community groups will welcome online presence guru Brett de Hoedt to Townsville in June as a part of the Community Groups Built to Last program.
Residents will soon be able to make all customer service enquiries at the new, convenient customer service desk at CityLibraries Thuringowa.
Townsville artists are bringing art to the people as part of the Percivals art exhibition program presented by Townsville City Council’s Gallery Services.
The stakes have been raised in Townsville’s campaign for the Integrated Stadium and Entertainment Centre with the purchase of inner-city land suitable for the proposed facility.
Townsville City Council environmental staff are responding to a fish kill caused by a suspected algal bloom in a section of Ross Creek and Woolcock Street canal.
Townsville City Council is joining forces with local councils and the Queensland Government to develop priority driven action plans to accelerate economic growth.