Two of the 51 projects funded under the Queensland Government’s Works for Queensland Program have already been completed ahead of the November 30 deadline.
The weather is cooling down so grab your picnic rug, chairs and blankets and head to Townsville City Council’s free Riverway Movie under the stars this Friday night.
The Palaszczuk Government’s $225 million Budget commitment for Townsville’s water security was a huge win for the city and the powerful voice of the local community, Mayor Cr Jenny Hill said today.
A ‘howler’ will be used for the first time this year as part of Townsville City Council’s wild dog trapping program, aimed at controlling wild dog numbers in the city’s urban and rural areas.
Townsville’s credentials as a city ripe for investment will be highlighted during a visit by a delegation representing the interests of Chinese investors from today.
Pets of all shapes and sizes will flock to Jezzine Barracks this Sunday when the park plays host to council’s annual Pet Expo.
Ever since the 15th Century, when European cartographers began including the contour of Terra Australis Incognita (The unknown land of the south) in their speculative maps of the globe, the continent of Australia has been thought of as an exotic place.
Final touches on the Strand Water Park redevelopment will commence next week.
A new colourful, eye-catching mural will be added to Townsville City Council’s street art portfolio thanks to a Brisbane-based artist known as Leans.
Parents of Townsville’s newest residents are encouraged to register their babies for the next Welcoming Babies Ceremony to be held at Townsville Stadium on Sunday, June 25.
Conceptual designs for the CBD Bus Hub are now available on line to provide the community with a snapshot of what the new facility will look like.
A project funded through the State Government’s Work for Queensland (W4Q) program will provide much needed work for locals and rehabilitate a bridge on the road to a popular lookout.
Sustainability and the environment will be in the spotlight at the annual Eco Fiesta in Queen’s Gardens this weekend.
A new Future Cities Office will be established to drive economic and strategic planning for Townsville’s growth as part of a final council organisational restructure announced today.
The popular Queen’s Gardens aviary is in line for a facelift which will make it bigger and better for the thousands of families who enjoy the area.
Townsville City Council, in partnership with the Townsville Business Development Centre, will present a Local but Global Makers Forum supporting this year’s Townsville Fashion Festival.
Council’s Heritage Day planned for this Sunday, May 21 at West End Park has been cancelled due to the impact vehicles and infrastructure would have on the soaked park and cemetery grounds.
Townsville residents are urged to report any potholes caused by the heavy rain of the past few days to council.
Spectators yet to submit their ticket request for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) have been urged to beat the last minute rush and do so this weekend before requests close at 11.59pm AEST on Monday, 22 May.
Residents keen to become more energy and water wise are encouraged to attend the Rowes Bay Open House Day this Sunday, May 21 at the Rowes Bay Sustainability Centre.