State Of Origin fever has hit Townsville in a big way with a giant Maroons flag flying proudly over the city’s busiest roundabout thanks to the Queensland Rugby League.
Townsville City Council will tomorrow launch an exciting, community-wide events portal to offer residents information on what’s happening in Townsville.
Townsville City Council will share the joys of reading with a young local audience for National Simultaneous Storytime.
A new Smartphone app developed by Townsville City Council as part of the city’s 150th birthday celebrations will be launched at CityLibraries Flinders St tomorrow.
Street artists will now have a permanent space to practice their skills and showcase their work with the opening of the Murray Skate Park Outdoor Free Wall.
Stallholders, traders and residents will be asked to put forward ideas to revitalise Townsville’s community markets as part of a city council review.
Townsville’s award winning Jezzine Barracks is set to win over even more locals and tourists and support local jobs with a $2 million package of new facilities.
An investigation by State environmental authorities has cleared the Picnic Bay Landfill of contamination claims following heavy rain in March.
The winner of the DUO Magazine Percival Photographic Portrait Prize was announced at a gala celebration at Pinnacles Gallery in Townsville tonight. Brett Canet-Gibson was awarded the $10,000 DUO Magazine Percival Photographic Portrait Prize for his stunning portrait The Life of Riley.
The winner of North Queensland’s most prestigious portrait prize was announced at a gala celebration at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery in Townsville tonight. Lisa Adams from Cooroy, Queensland was awarded the $40,000 Glencore Percival Portrait Painting Prize for her stunning self-portrait Revelation.
Perc Tucker Regional Gallery will showcase the colourful fun of Lego once again, but with a new and exciting twist.
Pedestrians and motorists along Ogden St in the CBD will soon be treated to a new piece of street art thanks to a partnership between Townsville City Council and Angus Smith Sportspower.
Representatives from Townsville City Council will join about 600 delegates in Brisbane next week for a summit that will promote the Townsville region as a hub for innovation and creativity.
Townsville City Council’s management structure will be reviewed to achieve efficiencies and a sharper focus on front line services, Mayor Cr Jenny Hill said today.
Townsville City Council has approved an increased scope of works on the West End reservoir project to overcome rock instability and safety issues on the former quarry site.
Townsville City Council has given the green light to a quarry project that will support the future development of the Port of Townsville and boost economic growth in the city.
A moving play about friendships in unexpected places and their power to save a life will come to the Riverway Arts Centre next week as part of a nation-wide tour.
This year’s Eco Fiesta at Queen’s Gardens will feature a market-style expo focussing on young children and babies.
Players from the Townsville Fire will join residents for a fun Shooting Hoops session at Strand Park on Wednesday as part of council’s Get Active 30 Ways in 30 Days calendar for the month of April.
Work is underway to transform Illich Park into a multi-use community sporting and recreational hub in the heart of Aitkenvale.