Ticket requests for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) will open this Monday and will include the basketball preliminary matches to be held in Townsville from 5-10 April 2018.
Work is underway on the next stage of a $4.3 million jointly funded project to improve traffic flows on one of Townsville’s busiest suburban roads.
Audiences will be taken on a visually and emotionally charged journey by the multi-talented Circus Oz ensemble at the Townsville Civic Theatre this Thursday and Friday, April 20 and 21.
Six of Townsville’s heritage trails will be upgraded as a legacy of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018).
Council is employing innovative technology to undertake a major upgrade on underground sewer pipes in North Ward and Belgian Gardens.
Council services over Easter, including Libraries, Galleries and Pools opening hours.
The Community and Cultural Development Committee today endorsed a recommendation that will provide funding to a large number of Townsville community organisations.
Pensioners will continue to benefit from council’s lawn mowing program with the Community and Cultural Development Committee today supporting a recommendation to extend the service for a further two years.
Residents will have the opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the country’s award-winning authors next month as CityLibraries Townsville presents its biennial literary festival Savannah: Townsville’s Festival of Stories.
Townsville City Council and Queensland Theatre are offering young aspiring actors an opportunity to participate in a series of masterclasses at Riverway later this month.
Townsville City Council is inviting families to visit the city's galleries these school holidays for creative and fun art workshops.
Members of Townsville’s intergovernmental Water Taskforce met for the first time today, officially kick starting investigations into solutions for the city’s water security.
Townsville City Council’s Get Active 30 Ways in 30 Days calendar is now in full swing will a month of activities for all ages.
Townsville City Council’s children’s theatre season kicks off this Friday with a whimsical world that’s brought to life in Emily Loves to Bounce at the Civic Theatre, April 7 and 8.
Magnetic Island’s Waste Transfer Station has won a national excellence award.
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.