Townsville City Council has made it to the finals of Queensland’s Multicultural Awards.
Townsville City Council has joined forces with QUT to deliver a digital mentor program to Townsville Grammar School students.
Contemporary artworks of Richard Dunlop’s interpretations of the landscape as a living, ever-changing force will be showcased together for the first time at an exhibition at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery from tomorrow.
Townsville City Council has awarded the contract to build the CBD Bus Hub to local construction firm Mendi – creating 30 local jobs from this shovel-ready project.
A Townsville City Council team member has won a North Queensland Training Award and will travel to Brisbane to compete as a State Finalist in the Queensland Training Awards.
Council crews will be pruning a banyan tree on The Strand today to ensure public safety.
Townsville’s biggest ever public art installation, Uncontained, will be decommissioned later this month with some containers sold off to help fund future arts and cultural events.
Townsville City Council has awarded the first stage of Civil Works on the new water pipeline project to local firm Mendi – creating up to 50 direct and indirect jobs.
Townsville City Council will be holding its first Community Council meeting at the Clubhouse on the Green at Erskine Please, Burdell on Wednesday.
Townsville City Council has ensured the Canine Obedience Club will have a secure home for the next decade.
Townsville City Council is offering pet owners free microchipping again this weekend.
Breaking Mews! The animal shelter is giving locals the op-paw-tunity to cross paths with a new furry friend with all black cats and kittens to be sold for $50 between 4-7pm on Friday 13th of July.
Townsville City Council has awarded a $4.5 million contract to local construction firm Mendi to upgrade the Dalrymple Road and Greenview Drive intersection – which will create 50 local jobs.
Council wants your feedback on how to make our libraries even better.
Feeling lonely or having a ruff time? Why not add a pup-town girl or fur-ocious feline to your family.
More than 5000 rev-heads and fans flocked to last night’s SuperCruise – a free event organised by Townsville City Council.
Townsville City Council has confirmed it has been notified about a security breach on a company used by Council.
Townsville City Council will host the biggest Supercars stars as they cruise along The Strand before making a pit stop to meet and greet fans before the big race weekend kicks off.
The Townsville Civic Theatre will be welcomed back after its $10 million refurbishment with a gala program of concerts.
Preparations to allow the Supercars to hit the streets of Townsville are gearing up.