Townsville City Council is encouraging community groups and individuals seeking financial assistance through sponsorship to apply now.
A retrospective exhibition which surveys one of Townsville’s most celebrated political cartoonists, Robert Hebden, affectionately known by his pen name ‘HEB’, will open at Pinnacles Gallery, Riverway Arts Centre this Saturday night.
The massive upgrade of water and sewerage networks in Townsville’s inner-city is ramping up with projects set to roll out at various locations in the CBD.
The Townsville City Council has approved a revamp of regulated parking in the CBD that will retain current parking rates, but bring fines into line with other regional cities.
The development of the visual arts in Townsville will be celebrated at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery with the opening of Images of an Era: The Martin Gallery on Friday evening.
Former senior South Australian public service executive leader Adele Young has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Townsville City Council.
Drilling and blasting to remove rock from the former Echlin St quarry site will begin today.
This year’s T150 Defence Force Airshow and Townsville Bulletin Skyshow on the Strand is the headline act in a year of events funded in a tight 2016/17 City Budget.
Community development programs and services to support families and seniors are again a feature of the City Budget 2016/17.
Townsville City Council will pump more than $40 million into major infrastructure projects to support the city’s future.
Protecting our city’s natural assets as well as planning for our environmental future has remained a priority in the 2016/17 City Budget.
Renewing mains, sewers and treatment plants in Townsville’s water and sewerage networks is a big priority in today’s City Budget 2016/17.
The city’s emergency response capabilities will be boosted in the 2016-17 City Budget with $3.6 million in funding for the construction of a new Disaster Coordination Centre in Walker Street.
Management of Townsville’s expansive roads, drains, parks and open space networks is a headline area of funding in the 2016/17 City Budget.
Major upgrades at two key intersections are highlights in Townsville roads and drainage funding in the 2016/17 City Budget
Construction of a state of the art transfer station at the city’s largest landfill is a highlight of the waste management in the 2016/17 City Budget.
Townsville’s outdoor lifestyle will again receive top billing with upgrades and renewals for parks and playgrounds across the city in the 2016/17 City Budget.
Townsville Mayor Cr Jenny Hill today handed down a City Budget that eases cost pressures on the community with a rates freeze, and delivers essential projects for the city’s progress.
The Townsville City Council is backing investors and businesses in the city by extending the rates freeze in the 2016/17 City Budget to investment and commercial properties.
Bus stops and pathways will continue to be upgraded as part of a transportation and road safety focus in the City Budget 2016/17.