August

Calling creative kids for Christmas flag designs

Kids across Townsville will have the chance to show off their creative Christmas flair in Townsville City Council’s Festive Flag Competition.

Townsville Eats returns with record food vendors

Get ready for a fusion of flavour with Townsville Eats back for August on Flinders Street.

Nelly Bay Groyne works completed

Townsville City Council has completed works on the Nelly Bay Groyne on Magnetic Island.

Townsville getting revved up for five more years of Supercars

Townsville will reap more rewards as part of a new five-year deal for the Supercars event at Reid Park.

Plan puts spotlight on community safety

Townsville City Council has delivered another key commitment to improving safety in the community with backing of a Community Safety Plan.

Controlled burns continue through September

Townsville City Council’s hazard reduction program is continuing until the end of September.

Council and QPS unite against domestic and family violence

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 launches new Mobility Map

Townsville City Council yesterday launched a Mobility Map of the city following an extensive study done earlier this year.

Community Council shifts to Belgian Gardens

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.

Council urges residents to be disaster ready

Townsville City Council has a new and improved free community event to help residents prepare for natural disasters ahead of the wet season.

Controlled burns scheduled for Burdell

Weather permitting – Council is conducting hazard reduction burns to reduce the risk of wildfires around the Bohle River and will begin on Tuesday.

120 local workers to make a splash with pool redevelopment

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.

Thousands take part in Council survey to cater for Townsville’s future

The Liveability Study conducted by Townsville City Council identified nature, open spaces and neighbourhood safety as the top three things Townsville residents value in their local communities.

$3 million invested in Magnetic Island infrastructure projects

Townsville City Council is investing more than $3 million into a range of infrastructure projects on Magnetic Island.

Council injects hundreds of millions into local businesses

Townsville City Council is continuing to show its commitment to boosting the city’s economy – with local businesses supplying 85% of procurement services last financial year.

Council diving into Tobruk Memorial Baths redevelopment

Work on Townsville City Council’s $11.3 million Tobruk Memorial Baths redevelopment is kicking off swimmingly.

Diseased tree on Maggie to get the chop

A Bayan fig at Nelly Bay on Magnetic Island that has been in decline with a terminal root disease for almost a decade will be removed to protect public safet

Roadworks signal final stage of stormwater upgrades

Townsville motorists are being urged to be patient in Aitkenvale while Townsville City Council crews complete a stormwater and drainage project.

NAFA delivers world-class festival for Townsville

Townsville’s inaugural North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA), the Northern Fringe Festival and HALO wrapped up this weekend after a massive 32 days of arts, culture and events.

North Queensland Data Centre booting up

The North Queensland Regional Data Centre (NQRDC) will soon host some of Townsville’s most secure cloud stored data – which is expected to be operational by the end of the week.