A crucial piece of specialised equipment is progressing work on the pipeline project.
The Townsville Local Recovery and Resilience Group (TLRRG) and Townsville City Council are looking for assistance from the community to help Townsville’s beaches bounce back after the unprecedented floods.
Walkers, runners and cyclists will soon be enjoying a refurbished bike and footpath along the Esplanade at Pallarenda – with works underway to upgrade the path between Maskell St and Walter Nisbet Park.
The Townsville Local Disaster Management Group (TLDMG) moved to Stand Down yesterday following the unprecedented flood.
Townsville City Council continues striving to improve openness and transparency throughout the organisation.
Townsville City Council is calling all locals to have their say on what our Northern Fringe Festival mascot should be named.
Townsville City Council is reverting back to normal CBD parking arrangements from Monday 18 March.
Townsville City Council is urging flood-affected sports clubs to reach out for help.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill is convening a roundtable of insurance company representatives and local industry groups to discuss issues with the flood recovery.
Palmer Street is set to light up the CBD after Townsville City Council endorsed a project to revitalise the popular dining strip.
The Planning and Development Committee has recommended approval for a Material Change of Use application for a development at Rasmussen that will include short-term medical accommodation, residential units and a medical centre.
Townsville City Council has upgraded a Kelso pathway that supported up to 17 jobs – and has made it safer for children to walk to school.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill and Local Recovery and Resilience Chair Cr Les Walker has thanked Team Rubicon Australia (TRA) for their recovery efforts.
Townsville City Council is repairing the off-leash dog area at Lappin Place following the unprecedented flood.
Townsville City Council crews have cleaned up fish that died after being flushed out of drying pools by recent rain.
A new laneway and lifestyle precinct for the CBD is a step closer, with Townsville City Council endorsing plans to build Flinders Lane.
The North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA) is fast approaching in July and with it comes Townsville’s first ever Fringe Festival, the Northern Fringe.
Townsville City Council has awarded locally based RMS Engineering a $10.4 million contract to build a section of the Southern Suburbs Rising Main and the Recycled Water Reuse Scheme pipeline.
Townsville City Council is continuing to support local businesses with a strategy to use Townsville operators for the recovery works wherever possible.
The Ross River Dam ramp and viewing platform have been reopened to the public.