The regional tour of Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7 will stop in Townsville for the next month showcasing nine works from prominent Indonesian artists.
Townsville City Council’s land protection officers have trapped the two wild dogs responsible for an attack on a pet in the Belgian Gardens area early last week.
Townsville’s Australia Day Awards are presented on 26 January every year to residents and organisations within our community in recognition of noteworthy contributions or achievements.
Community groups and individuals seeking financial assistance through council’s Community Grants and Sponsorship Scheme are invited to attend information sessions at Townsville Stadium in February.
A new advisory committee will provide guidance to beautify the city and present Townsville in the best possible light to visitors and residents.
Townsville has gone a long way towards cementing its place as a health hub for Northern Australia with preliminary approval for a 30 year redevelopment of the Mater Hospital.
Townsville City Council will focus on building the Cotters Markets into a major regional attraction for locals and tourists after an extensive review of markets in the city.
Townsville will work with other North Queensland regional councils to look at new ways to grow regional economies.
Townsville will again take centre stage in Queensland’s Australia Day activities next week with a major celebration of Aussie spirit at Jezzine Barracks.
Powerful superheroes and wicked villains will take over Thuringowa Library on Thursday for the Summer Reading Club members’ party.
Anyone looking to improve their health and fitness in 2017 is encouraged to visit council’s Get Active Expo at Townsville Stadium this Sunday, January 22.
Work has started on a staged $3.25 million upgrade of Ingham Road intersections to improve traffic flow and heavy vehicle safety in the Bohle Industrial Area.
A combination of recent rain and high tides has led to an increase of mosquito numbers across the city.
A walking tour of historic Palmer St produced by CityLibraries Local History section and the Heritage and Urban Planning Unit will give participants an insight into the city’s past and present.
Thuringowa Library and the Customer Service Desk have been closed due to a major power outage.
Townsville’s Water and Waste Committee chairman Cr Paul Jacob has urged residents to continue to be watchful of water use as the city waits for wet season rains.
Some of the region’s most prominent and successful athletes have joined forces with Townsville City Council to encourage residents to become active and healthy.
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