Mount Spec Forestry Road will reopen to traffic from 5pm today with repairs to the damage caused by the unprecedented monsoon almost completed.
History buffs will get a rare glimpse inside Queens Hotel at Townsville City Council’s Heritage Day on Sunday at ANZAC Park.
Work crews have completed one-third of the Southern Suburbs Rising Main and the Recycled Water Reuse Scheme.
Townsville City Council is holding an Indigenous Business Fair at Townsville Stadium today.
Townsville City Council’s Community and Cultural Development Committee has recommended a new Street Food Strategy be adopted.
Townsville City Council crews are upgrading Purono Parkway near Yabulu.
Townsville City Council and the Queensland Government are investing in Study Townsville, a program that will promote the city as an attractive destination for international students.
Community and Cultural Development Committee today recommended continuing the St John Lawn Mowing Program for another two years.
Townsville City Council has detailed the improvements made to the Animal Shelter – such as refurbishing kennels, building new exercise enclosures and establishing a vet clinic – at the Community Health and Environment Committee meeting today.
Tenders have been released for Townsville’s Lansdown Industrial Precinct at Woodstock to attract new job-creating industries.
Applications for the second round of the 2018/19 Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) are now open and will close on 1 July.
Animal lovers will have twice as many options as last year at Townsville City Council’s Pet Expo on Sunday.
Sports fans are being encouraged to take advantage of a special ticket offer for the biggest weekend of football in Townsville’s history.
Be brave, be bold, be brilliant and enter Townsville City Council’s short story competition for this year’s Festival of Stories.
Almost 30 pets are settling into their fur-ever homes after another successful Open Day at Townsville City Council’s Animal Shelter.
An additional 200 jobs and $30 million will be injected into the local Townsville economy during the next stage of construction of the $225 million Palaszczuk Government-funded Haughton Pipeline.
Community Council is on the move, this time coming to Division 5 for residents to meet and ask questions of Townsville City Council.
Initial earthworks have started on the new Townsville Waterfront Promenade, supporting 34 local construction jobs.