The Kokoda and Long Tan Pools have been closed after routine testing detected bacteria in the water.
Townsville City Council is inviting the public into the city’s most sustainably run house to learn how to incorporate eco-friendly ideas into their lives this Sunday.
Townsville is playing host to the International Cities, Town Centres and Communities (ICTC) Conference in October this year.
Townsville City Council is developing a Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and is looking for a local First Nations person to brand the plan.
The Townsville Local Disaster Management Group (TLDMG) has moved to Alert with multiple bushfires warnings current in the region.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has welcomed a number of announcements relating to advanced manufacturing in the Townsville region last week.
Townsville City Council is giving the community the purr-fect chance to add a furry friend to their lives with a Lucky Black Cat sale on all black cats and kittens.
Brave, bold and brilliant. These are the words that judges have used to describe the six winners of Townsville City Council’s short story competition.
Kids across Townsville will have the chance to show off their creative Christmas flair in Townsville City Council’s Festive Flag Competition.
Get ready for a fusion of flavour with Townsville Eats back for August on Flinders Street.
Townsville City Council has completed works on the Nelly Bay Groyne on Magnetic Island.
Townsville will reap more rewards as part of a new five-year deal for the Supercars event at Reid Park.
Townsville City Council has delivered another key commitment to improving safety in the community with backing of a Community Safety Plan.
Townsville City Council’s hazard reduction program is continuing until the end of September.
Townsville City Council and the Queensland Police Service have made a united front against domestic and family violence by signing a Statement of Commitment.
Townsville City Council yesterday launched a Mobility Map of the city following an extensive study done earlier this year.
Townsville residents will have a chance to speak to the Mayor, their local Councillo and senior Townsville City Council staff at the Community Council in Belgian Gardens tomorrow night.
Townsville City Council has a new and improved free community event to help residents prepare for natural disasters ahead of the wet season.
Weather permitting – Council is conducting hazard reduction burns to reduce the risk of wildfires around the Bohle River and will begin on Tuesday.
Townsville City Council has nominated the preferred Contractor for the redevelopment of the Tobruk Memorial Baths on The Strand, which is expected to support over 120 jobs.