Townsville City Council has approved a $50 million luxury apartment development that will create 400 direct and indirect jobs.
Townsville City Council’s Public Affairs team has been selected as a Queensland and National Finalist in two categories for the 2018 Golden Target Awards.
Townsville CityLibraries is giving locals the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of 3D printing with one-on-one demonstrations at Thuringowa Library.
Stage 2 of Peggy Banfield Park is now complete and Townsville City Council is inviting residents to celebrate with a free community fun day.
A key milestone has been reached on Townsville City Council’s Flinders Lane project today.
Townsville City Council’s Transformation program resulted in $31.3 million in savings for ratepayers last financial year.
Townsville’s state-of-the-art Material Recovery Facility is paving its way to success – turning empty jam jars and stubbies into sand used in construction materials such as pavers and asphalt.
Townsville City Council has released a survey to gather information about the community’s attitude to future changes to the Townsville coastline.
Council crews have cleared a sewer line blockage in Kirwan.
A fake letter claiming Townsville City Council is conducting a baiting program in Bushland Beach has been distributed in letterboxes and online.
Townsville City Council will give away hundreds of free water-efficient sprinklers at the Palmetum’s 30th Anniversary Celebrations on Sunday.
To celebrate CityLibraries 80th Birthday, Townsville City Council is launching The Library of Things – a collection of items that can be borrowed from the library like a book or magazine.
CityLibraries staff hooked into some morning tea today for International Talk Like A Pirate Day to raise much needed funds for childhood cancer research.
Local residents are being asked to provide their suggestions about what they want as part of the Heatley Park upgrade project.
Townsville’s Palmetum Botanic Garden turns 30 this year and to celebrate Council is holding a free community fun day this Sunday.
Townsville City Council will be holding another Community Council meeting at Heatley Secondary College tomorrow.
Townsville City Council will give away hundreds of free water-efficient sprinklers will be available at the Rowes Bay Open House Day on Sunday to help locals to become more waterwise and sustainable.
Townsville City Council is providing residents another free dump weekend in October.
Townsville City Council has saved over $300,000 by cutting red tape and streamlining procurement processes.
Townsville City Council is helping to support a dozen local jobs by building another shovel-ready infrastructure project, with work starting on the North Shore Youth Activation Hub.
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