Townsville’s popular IndiaFest is bringing Indian culture to Riverway on October 27.
Townsville City Council is giving residents the opportunity to take their rubbish to the dump for free this weekend.
Townsville residents can now register their interest in being part of Council’s $10 million Water Smart Package to help our community become more water efficient.
All Townsville City Council staff took A Moment for Safety today.
Townsville City Council today endorsed a partnership with Australia’s Academic and Research Network (AARNet) and James Cook University (JCU) that will allow each organisation to access the other's fibre optic cables throughout the city.
Townsville City Council yesterday voted to implement the Smart Townsville Community Partnership. Smart Townsville will help guide our community to ensure Townsville makes the best use of technology for residents and businesses.
Townsville City Council has appointed a new Chair of its Water and Waste Committee.
Townsville City Council has adopted its 2017/18 Annual Report at Full Council today.
The first shipload of pipes to build Townsville's new water pipeline have arrived in the Port of Townsville.
Four Townsville City Council apprentices have been shortlisted in the Apprentice of the Year category as part of the TAFE Queensland North Trade Excellence Awards.
Council crews have fixed a broken water main near Hayles Avenue in Arcadia on Magnetic Island.
Council crews are currently fixing a broken water main near Hayles Avenue in Arcadia on Magnetic Island, with nearby residents likely to experience impacts to their water supply.
Townsville City Council has conducted its yearly review of its fire and security safety measures to ensure they are in line with other Government departments.
Work keeps rolling on at the North Shore Youth Hub, with the Townsville City Council project supporting a dozen local jobs.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has today raised the Invictus Games flag at the Council Forecourt for the Games that are being held in Sydney from tomorrow.
Townsville City Council’s free microchipping days have been a huge hit with nearly 500 dogs and cats microchipped for free this year – a saving of up to $90 per pet.
Townsville City Council is seeking expressions of interest from the community to be part of the Animal Management Reference Group.
Townsville City Council will swap out hundreds of free water-efficient sprinklers at Cotters Markets on Sunday, to help locals become more waterwise and sustainable.
Townsville City Council is upgrading the water tank at Cungulla to improve water security for the township and create 10 jobs for locals.
Townsville City Council is lifting spirits this October, offering residents a discount on adoption fees for all dogs available at the Animal Shelter this Howl-o-ween.