2018

Townsville Seniors celebrated with Luncheon and Awards Ceremony

Townsville City Council has put on their blue suede shoes as part of the 2018 Seniors Week celebrations which commenced with the Seniors Lifestyle Expo earlier this week and concludes with the Seniors Luncheon and Awards over the next two days.

Bag a bargain with Townsville’s Garage Sale Trail

Townsville City Council is once again taking part in one of Australia’s biggest community and sustainability event, the Garage Sale Trail in October.

Statement from Mayor Jenny Hill regarding the settlement with Clive Palmer

The story on the front page of today’s Townsville Bulletin by Tony Raggatt is incorrect.

Pipeline project reaches next key milestone

Another key milestone on the new State Government-funded pipeline project has been reached, with Townsville City Council awarding the contract for tunnelling and under boring services to DJ MacCormick.

Goat Track renamed to celebrate the retirement of Johnathan Thurston

Townsville’s iconic Goat Track will be temporarily renamed after Cowboys champion Johnathan Thurston today, in celebration of his career and contribution to the local community.

North Queensland’s first ever STEM Faire

Townsville science and technology enthusiasts will be in heaven when Thuringowa library is transformed with robots, drones and workshops this Saturday for North Queensland’s first ever STEM Faire.

Work on CBD Bus Hub rolling on

Work on the CBD Bus Hub has started, with dozens of jobs to be supported during the project.

Celebrations begin as Townsville CityLibraries turns 80

Townville CityLibraries is celebrating its 80th birthday – with a huge program of entertainment from writers’ workshops to singing and dancing robots.

Microbrewery proposal passes first taste test

A new microbrewery in South Townsville was recommended for approval by Townsville City Council’s Planning and Development Committee yesterday.

Family Season tickets selling out fast

Townsville City Council’s Theatre Family Season has been a huge hit among the Townsville community with extremely limited tickets still available for this today’s production of Josephine Wants to Dance.

Council crew member selected to be part of the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix

Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has congratulated Public Affairs team member Catherine McHugh on being selected for international exchange at the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix.

Townsville Triathlon Festival to boost the economy and create jobs for locals

Townsville City Council is investing more than $35,000 to support this year’s Townsville Triathlon Festival – which is expected to bring thousands of visitors to the city.

Residents urged to plan ahead before predicted king tide

Townsville residents are urged to take precautions ahead of the predicted king tide this weekend.

Dozens of jobs flow from pipeline as Civil Works start

Civil Works for Townsville’s new water pipeline have started.

Local sports clubs score Council funding for infrastructure upgrades

Townsville City Council has provided $104,000 in grants to local sporting clubs to upgrade critical infrastructure.

Free microchipping for Townsville pets

Townsville City Council is holding another free microchipping day at Lappin Dog Park in Kirwan on Saturday.

Council to roll out North Shore skate park

Townsville City Council is rolling out a new youth focused park in the Northern Suburbs.

Queens Gardens alive with the sound of music!

Music lovers are invited to a free concert in Queens Gardens on Sunday.

Council funding for Cyclone Testing Station to improve disaster resilience

Townsville City Council today voted to provide a $22,000 contribution to James Cook University’s Cyclone Testing Station.

Upper Ross residents asked to have their say on Charles Moroney Park upgrade

Residents in the Upper Ross can have their say on Townsville City Council’s plans to upgrade Charles Moroney Park.