Townsville City Council’s water recycling system has met an important milestone in its development.
Townsville City Council is making major progress in implementing reforms to improve transparency and openness.
Townsville City Council’s upgrade of the Dalrymple Road and Greenview Drive is motoring along – and supporting 50 local jobs.
The Strand Rock Pool is closed until further notice, following the detection of an algal bloom.
Townsville City Council’s Public Affairs team is officially Queensland’s Government In-House PR Team of the Year.
Entries for Townsville’s Strand Ephemera in 2019 have now opened, with the biennial event one of the largest sculpture festivals in Northern Australia.
Townsville City Council is calling on locals to nominate an unsung hero for the 2019 Australia Day Awards.
Townsville City Council is holding another free microchipping day in Kirwan on Saturday.
Townsville’s free hard waste kerbside collection will continue next year, with a streamlined pick-up schedule.
Townsville City Council crews removed on average one abandoned car every two days last year.
New committee members for the Regional Arts Development Fund have been recommended by Townsville City Council’s Community and Cultural Development Committee.
Townsville City Council’s Planning and Development Committee has recommended the first stage of the Central Park Concept Plan for approval.
Based on community feedback, Townsville City Council’s Planning and Development Committee has recommended not proceeding with building a new State Emergency Service building on Hurst Street in Picnic Bay on Magnetic Island.
International netball is coming to Townsville for the first time with the Australian Samsung Diamonds set to take on the New Zealand Silver Ferns on Wednesday night.
One of Townsville’s most popular free cultural festivals – the Glendi Festival – is back at Riverway this weekend to showcase everything Mediterranean.
Townsville will be the first city to display a touring art installation to commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Townsville City Council’s record-breaking Festival 2018 has been nominated as a State Finalist in the Australian Event Awards.
More local jobs are flowing from Townsville’s new water pipeline project.
Townsville residents are being urged to reduce water consumption as usage has spiked in recent weeks.
Townsville City Council has approved a $50 million luxury apartment development that will create 400 direct and indirect jobs.
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