Hampers filled to the brim with Christmas goods are now on their way to those who need them most.
Townsville City Council remains on-track to deliver a budget surplus this financial year despite increased costs associated with the recovery from February 2019 monsoon event.
Townsville City Council has adopted the 2018/2019 Annual Report at the Full Council meeting today.
Registrations are now open for the 2020 Northern Fringe Festival! Townsville City Council is calling on all artists, performers, entertainers and venues to get their act together and sign up for the highlight of the 2020 arts calendar.
Justine Clarke is one of Australia’s most-loved children’s entertainers. Now she’s preparing to take on her newest role as the headline act at Townsville City Council’s Carols by Candlelight.
Students from Calvary Christian College are doing their part to make sure cats and dogs at Townsville City Council’s Animal Care and Adoption Centre have a happy Christmas.
The Corcoran Park Club House has been restored to its former glory after being ravaged by February’s unprecedented monsoon event.
Locals and visitors to Townsville will have the chance to feast their eyes on the works of one of Australia’s best recognized artists, Ken Done.
Townsville’s Local Disaster Management Group (TLDMG) has been put through its paces at a mock disaster response exercise simulating a significant solar flare event.
Townsville City Council officers have issued more than $30,000 in fines for illegal dumping since 11 September.
Entries are now open for The Percivals 2020. The prestigious visual arts competition has more than $50,000 of prize money across three categories.
Enjoying the Townsville CBD this Christmas time has just gotten a whole lot cheaper with the roll out of 25 Days of Discounts.
Townsville City Council has signed on to help implement the Plastic Free Places program in areas across the city.
Townsville City Council is putting the call out to all artists, performers or entertainers and venues, coffee spaces or nooks and crannies across the city – the Northern Fringe Festival is back for 2020.
Residents of the Northern Beaches may notice an earthy taste or smell coming from their water and Townsville City Council would like to assure the community that it is safe to drink.
The Office of the Information Commissioner (OIC) tabled a report to Parliament today confirming Townsville City Council has addressed each recommendation from March last year.
Townsville City Council will extend the deadline for public submissions on the proposed planning scheme amendment to create the Lansdown Industrial Precinct by three weeks, Mayor Jenny Hill announced today.
Townsville City Council crews have reached a significant milestone on a new pathway that will connect the new North Queensland Stadium to Palmer Street and beyond.
Townsville City Council is once again offering free microchipping for registered dogs and approved cats, with a spotlight this weekend on Bluewater and surrounding suburbs.
Crews working on the Geaney Lane redevelopment are on track to deliver the project on time and on budget.