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.
Free community barbecues are being held across the city to help lift morale and bring the city together.
Townsville City Council has welcomed the donation of up to 30 shipping containers to store property from flood-affected businesses.
Townsville City Council has recorded nearly 22,000 tonnes of waste at dumped at all facilities as part of the flood recovery with free dumping finishing on Sunday 3 March.
Volunteers have visited almost 13,000 homes in flood-affected suburbs to check on the wellbeing of residents.
Townsville City Council will be seeking financial support to help local sports clubs get back in the game after the unprecedented floods.
Townsville City Council yesterday voted to support a new monthly event to be held in the CBD.
Townsville City Council has approved a $1.1 million project that will continue to minimise the environmental impact of the Stuart Waste Facility.
Townsville City Council has extended the payment date for all ratepayers by a month to Thursday, 4 April.
Townsville City Council has eased water restrictions at today’s Full Meeting but interim water conservation measures will remain until the 3-point water security solution is delivered.
Townsville City Council today launched it’s new online dashboards which will allow the community to access important information about Council and the city.
Townsville City Council is urging residents and their pets to avoid contact with the water in two of the lakes at Idalia.
Townsville City Council crews have repaired a major water leak in Burdell that was affecting several suburbs.
The Townsville Local Recovery and Resilience Group (TLRRG) is working closely with small businesses to provide support and advice on how to receive state and federal assistance.
The Townsville Civic Theatre and Riverway Arts Centre are closed for repairs following the unprecedented weather and flood.
Townsville City Council crews have completed repairs to a section of Hervey Range Road.
Townsville City Council has closed some beaches in the city due to potential contamination detected during the king tide.
Townsville’s recovery is continuing as residents and businesses clean up following the unprecedented flood.
Townsville’s flood recovery effort remains totally committed to getting residents back on their feet, with more than 100,000 items being distributed across the community.
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