The flood kerbside collection will finish today with Townsville City Council staff finalising the clean-up in the worst-affected suburbs.
Townsville City Council has thanked Sumitomo Chemical Australia for reducing the impact of mosquitoes after the floods.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has thanked Townsville Private Clinic for its generous donation to the city’s flood recovery.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has welcomed the announcement of $1.96 million in Federal funding for the Castle Hill Concept Plan as part of Townsville 2020 vision for our city.
The Palaszczuk Government has kicked off the Go Local campaign in North Queensland to help small businesses recover from the recent floods by encouraging all Queenslanders to Go Local and buy products and services from their local businesses.
Townsville City Council is refurbishing the Aitkenvale Library from today.
Townsville’s economy will receive a significant boost when hundreds of competitors arrive to play in the table tennis World Veterans Tour in September.
Townsville City Council crews has saved around 30 lost baby turtles – helping them make their way into the ocean for the first time this morning.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has welcomed an expected boost to the economy, with the Department of Defence confirming it will establish a training area near Greenvale.
Townsville City Council has approved an application to convert Potters House, a historic church in the city.
Townsville’s beaches have been re-opened after testing cleared them of contamination following the unprecedented flood.
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