Two Townsville seniors have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to the community at the annual Seniors Luncheon at Townsville Stadium.
Townsville’s water restriction hours will be split between morning and evening to provide residents with more convenient times for watering.
Townsville City Council is gearing up for a week of celebrations to recognise the city’s senior residents.
The Port of Townsville Gala Dinner Under the Stars is fast approaching with council releasing a limited number of additional seats to keep up with demand.
The CBD Utilities Upgrade project will move up Stanley St on Monday as part of an upgrade to support new development and the revitalisation of the inner-city.
The community is being asked to put forward ideas and views on Townsville’s community markets.
The Townsville City Council will take on community feedback on the heritage values of the Criterion Hotel before deciding on an application to have the property removed from a local heritage register.
The annual Mayor’s Christmas Tree Appeal will be launched at a networking evening later this month to kick-start the campaign to put food on the table for families this Christmas.
Council staff will continue a strategy of using noise and lights to disperse flying foxes from the Palmetum botanical gardens as part of on-going management options.
Townsville City Council will host a practical workshop next week that explores fitness options for the ageing adult.
The community is invited to come and celebrate the 10th birthday of one of the city’s most loved facilities.
Townsville will move to tougher Level 3 water restrictions on Monday, August 8 after hitting the trigger point of below 20% in the Ross River Dam.
Townsville City Council is urging residents to dispose of their green waste responsibly with the official start of the bushfire season this week.
A partnership between council and Rotary Club of Townsville Sunrise will see two projects undertaken that will benefit the city’s residents.
Townsville students will again have a chance to develop their green thumbs when 19 schools participate in this year’s Planet Ark’s Schools Tree Day.
A state-of-the-art Material Recovery Facility (MRF) will be built in Townsville as part of a new long-term agreement for the city’s recycling services.
Townsville City Council today endorsed the preferred tenderer for the supply of ultra-filtration materials that will be used in the upgrade of the Cleveland Bay Purification Plant.
Townsville school students will work with science, technology and industry experts next week to design and construct cutting edge sensors and learn how to monitor the environment in the CBD.
As part of the four-year long Centenary of Anzac 1914 – 1918 commemorations, Townsville City Council will hold a memorial service and wreath-laying this Saturday, July 23.
Townsville is gearing up for the biggest festival of footy in the city’s history after being confirmed as a host venue for three matches during the Rugby League World Cup 2017.