A directory aimed at connecting Townsville businesses and suppliers with monsoon recovery projects has gone live on the Industry Capability Network (ICN).
Townsville motorists are being urged to plan ahead as preparations for the Supercars race rev up at Reid Park.
Elite junior athletes are being urged to register for a rare chance to train with fitness experts from the North Queensland Cowboys.
Townsville’s new water pipeline project has generated another 20 direct and indirect jobs as Iplex reopens its pipe manufacturing plant in Townsville.
The finishing touches are being put on footpath upgrades on Sturt Street – which supported 20 local jobs.
Townsville City Council is continuing to prioritise the city’s water security – investing $143.9 million on delivering water infrastructure upgrades in the 2019/20 Budget.
The Townsville 2020 Masterplan is coming into sharp focus in the 2019/20 budget, with almost $15 million to be invested delivering major projects.
Townsville City Council has saved $38 million in operational expenditure over four financial years.
Townsville’s economy will receive a major boost with $24.5 million in funding for dozens of community infrastructure projects through the Queensland Government’s Works for Queensland program.
More than 2,800 direct and indirect jobs are predicted to be created from Townsville City Council’s $409.1 million infrastructure and capital investment in the 2019/20 Budget.
Townsville City Council is providing further support to ratepayers directly impacted by the unprecedented monsoon.
Townsville City Council is investing $89.1 million on road and transport infrastructure upgrades and maintenance to keep our city moving and improve safety.
Community safety is a top priority in Townsville City Council’s 2019/20 Budget with $13.3 million being invested to keep residents safe.
Townsville City Council is investing over $15 million on delivering major events and supporting arts and culture in our community.
The average Townsville homeowner will only pay an extra 55 cents per week on their general rates and 69 cents per week on utilities bills.
Townsville City Council is continuing to entertain residents and tourists with plans for an oversized computer games console in Flinders Square.
Townsville City Council has received a development application that could transform a slice of The Strand.
There is just over one week to go until Townsville City Council’s North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA) and Northern Fringe Festival launches.
Townsville City Council has welcomed seven indigenous work placement students as part of the Choice Pathways program.
The Townsville Triathlon and Multisport Festival is back for a massive two weekends this year.