Murray Skate Park will be a hive of activity this Saturday for Youthfest, a celebration of the annual National Youth Week.
The search for an investment and operating partner in the North Queensland Regional Data Centre (NQRDC) has been extended as a result of impacts from Cyclone Debbie.
Townsville’s circus enthusiasts are invited to work with professional performers in a series of workshops starting Monday thanks to Townsville City Council.
Leading planner Eber Butron has been appointed to the Director of Planning and Community Engagement at the Townsville City Council.
Audiences at the next Morning Melodies will feel like they’ve been transported to Italy when Townsville City Council presents La Dolce Vita.
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.
Townsville City Council will carry out remedial work on the Horseshoe Bay foreshore on Friday to repair erosion caused by big tides.
Townsville City Council stands ready to assist its neighbouring councils in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Debbie.
Townsville can expect to see more creative, colourful street art in the near future with council’s Street Art Activation Working Group appointed.
Riverway will be the end station for a new council event that is encouraging residents to get on their bikes and become more active.
Based on the latest advice from the Bureau of Meteorology, Townsville has now been removed from the cyclone warning zone, however, areas south of Townsville, including Cungulla and Cleveland Palms, are still within the cyclone watch zone.
Townsville and Magnetic Island residents are warned to remain alert and stay indoors until Tropical Cyclone Debbie crosses the coast today.
Townsville and Magnetic Island residents should remain vigilant and prepared for dangerous winds from Tropical Cyclone Debbie according to latest advice.
The Townsville Disaster Management Group met this morning at 4.30am to assess the current cyclone situation. Townsville residents should make final preparations for destructive winds from Tropical Cyclone Debbie which is now expected to arrive from 8pm tonight.
Residents living in the Cape Cleveland area – including Cungulla and Cleveland Palms are directed to evacuate.
Townsville residents are warned to expect dangerous winds to reach the city much earlier in the latest forecasts for Cyclone Debbie.
Townsville residents should make final preparations for destructive winds from Tropical Cyclone Debbie. TLDMG chair and Townsville Mayor Cr Jenny Hill warned residents that the city was in the path of Cyclone Debbie’s destructive zone despite the system taking a slightly southerly track.
Townsville’s Disaster Management Coordination Centre has been activated following the formation of Tropical Cyclone Debbie this morning
The next step in the revitalisation of the city’s market scene is underway with the opening of tenders for the operation of the Cotters Markets and cruise ship markets in the CBD.
The Townsville Local Disaster Management Group (TLDMG) was activated this morning.