The Townsville City Council is continuing a clean-up operation after a fish kill in the Ross River over the weekend.
A $5 million package of priority works is underway on Townsville’s Entertainment and Convention Centre (TECC) to ensure the city’s principal venue continues to stage major events.
Townsville City Council is encouraging residents to help keep Australia beautiful and participate in this year’s Clean Up Australia Day.
Townsville’s Civic Theatre will light up with all the sparkle and red carpet glamour of Hollywood for an evening of singing, dancing and music that celebrates the city’s 150th birthday.
Residents will be able to do their own home energy audits and potentially save on electricity running costs thanks to a new initiative at CityLibraries in Aitkenvale.
Townsville City Council has turned off the spotlight at Alma Bay on Magnetic Island to allow turtle hatchlings to accurately find their way to the ocean.
Some of Australia and North Queensland’s most significant artists will converge on Townsville ahead of the opening of Director’s Pick – Recent acquisitions from the City of Townsville Art Collection at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery.
Townsville City Council will investigate private developer interest in constructing and leasing purpose built arts and cultural facilities proposed in the Townsville City Waterfront vision.
A team of local specialists will join forces to design the first stage of the landmark Waterfront Promenade project along Ross Creek in Townsville’s CBD.
Townsville residents will have the opportunity to perform alongside Queensland’s best singers in the upcoming Opera Queensland production The Barber of Seville.
Townsville seniors can improve their digital literacy for free as the Tech Savvy Seniors Queensland program rolls out at CityLibraries Townsville.
Food and its potential for innovation opportunities to grow regional economies will be in the spotlight at a forum in Townsville next week.
CityLibraries Thuringowa will close temporarily in February and March for a refurbishment.
Magnetic Island’s world class environment will be a big winner when the Townsville City Council ushers in a new era of waste management on the city’s tourism icon in early March.
Council is calling for public assistance after the theft of a metal sculpture of crows from Jezzine Barracks over the weekend.
Townsville City Council work on an upgrade of water and sewerage mains in the CBD has finished on schedule, and traffic is expected to return to Stanley Street by the weekend.
The call is out for new recruits to boost the ranks of Townsville’s State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers.
Townsville turned back the clock by more than a century today with a ceremonial city council meeting in the historic Magistrate’s Court to officially mark the city’s 150th birthday.
George Gittoes: I Witness, a major exhibition of the work of leading Australian artist and filmmaker George Gittoes, opens at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery tonight.
Entries are now open for North Queensland’s own portrait competitions – the Percival Portrait Painting Prize and DUO Magazine Percival Photographic Portrait Prize.