Joint media release from PRIME MINISTER THE HON. MALCOLM TURNBULL MP, ASSISTANT MINISTER FOR CITIES AND DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION THE HON. ANGUS TAYLOR MP, PREMIER OF QUEENSLAND THE HON. ANNASTACIA PALASZCZUK and MAYOR OF THE CITY OF TOWNSVILLE CR JENNY HILL.
A new Townsville City Council grant aims to showcase Townsville’s unique culture and promote the city as a great place to live, work, play, visit and invest.
An initiative that could pave the way for recreational fishing on the Ross Dam is underway in Townsville today.
Townsville City Council will deliver its last Tech Savvy Seniors session today with the initiative labelled a great success by all involved.
Perc Tucker Regional Gallery’s last exhibition of 2016 will open tomorrow night.
The final of 12 major blasts to break up and remove rock from an old West End quarry site will take place tomorrow.
About 5,500 Townsville residents of all ages will benefit from the generosity and kindness of the community thanks to this year’s Mayor’s Christmas Tree Appeal.
Rockpool users have been urged to check council’s website or Facebook page before heading to the popular swimming spot after a fresh outbreak of algae was detected for the second time in a week.
Residents of Townsville’s Northern Beaches are likely to have noticed an earthy taste or odour from their water supply.
Controlled burning will commence on Castle Hill today.
Shoppers looking for a unique last minute gift idea are sure to find something special at the Christmas Artist Markets at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery on Sunday.
The coast is clear for the Rockpool to reopen following an outbreak of trichodesmium, commonly known as red tide, dispersed.
Townsville families will have the chance to cool down for free this Sunday as the city’s public pools swing open their doors for council’s Free Swim Day.
The next stage of the CBD Utilities Upgrade will see asphalting night works commence in the city tomorrow, Tuesday 6 December.
Controlled burning will commence on Castle Hill next week to maintain established fire breaks.
More than 12,000 people are expected to flock to the big top at Reid Park this Sunday, December 4 for the annual Carols By Candlelight celebration.
Townsville residents have continued to exceed water consumption targets despite the threat of Level 4 restrictions. More than 115ML a day was drawn in the past week (November 24-30), well over the Level 3 target of 100ML.
Townsville City Council has unveiled its 2017 theatre season today with a packed program of shows for Townsville Civic Theatre and the Riverway Arts Centre.
Algal bloom has forced the closure of the Rockpool on The Strand this morning.
Townsville’s CBD will turn into a sparkling winter wonderland tomorrow with Christmas lights, real Christmas trees, Santa, snow and fairies bringing Christmas cheer to Flinders St.