The programme for the North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA) officially launches today with over 300 acts pegged for the month of July.
Townsville animal lovers are being encouraged to adopt a new furry friend at the Animal Shelter this weekend.
Townsville City Council is partnering with Birdlife Townsville to plant over 100 trees at Townsville Grammar School.
The popular Paluma Dam campground will soon be reopened to the community with work underway to repair Mount Spec Forestry Road, left damaged by this year’s unprecedented monsoon.
Townsville City Council has begun work to prepare Reid Park for the Supercars race in July.
Townsville City Council is spending $300,000 to refurbish Aplins Weir Rotary Park as part of its commitment to improving Townsville parks.
Townsville Eats is back for May and this time Townsville City Council is bringing the taste of Italy to the CBD.
Townsville City Council’s use of smart monitoring technology to collect high-quality near real time data for improved water, infrastructure and environmental outcomes is in the running for a national Smart City award.
The Tzu Chi Foundation has donated nearly $150,000 to families and individuals needing extra support following the unprecedented monsoon.
Townsville City Council has updated the Kerbside Collection schedule so Idalia, Oonoonba, Hermit Park, Rosslea and Railway Estate residents are able to utilise the service following the unprecedented monsoon.
Townsville vigoro players can keep their eyes focused on the ball knowing their sport has a long-term home at Queens Park.
Townsville City Council has approved progressing the rezoning application for the Lansdown Industrial Precinct to a State Interest Review at Full Council today.
Townsville City Council is calling for immediate State and Federal Government taxation reforms to reduce crippling household premiums in the north.
Work is currently ongoing to install a dual-lane roundabout at the Shoalmarra Drive and Mount Low Parkway intersection.
Contractors are completing restoration works at the Townsville Civic Theatre to repair damage caused by the unprecedented monsoon.
Townsville City Council’s CBD street art program has added a splash of colour to Sturt Street.
Townsville City Council has thanked its Japanese Sister City Iwaki for its generous donations after the unprecedented monsoon.
Townsville residents will be encouraged to help the city become more environmentally friendly when they attend Eco Fiesta at Queens Gardens this Sunday.
Weather permitting – Council is conducting hazard reduction burns to reduce the risk of wildfires around Belgian Gardens and will begin this Sunday.
Townsville City Council crews are continuing to restore beaches across the city following the unprecedented monsoon.
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