Townsville City Council is celebrating Australia Day with a jam-packed community event.
Stage 1 of the new Townsville water pipeline is on track to support up to 1000 jobs over the life of the state funded project.
The first pipes for Townsville’s new water pipeline have been installed.
Townsville City Council is getting ready for the long weekend with a Retro Games Night and free movies in the city this Friday.
Townsville City Council has awarded a $3.5 million tender to local construction company Mendi to build the next stage of the Stuart Waste Facility – creating 20 local jobs.
Townsville City Council has approved a development application for a new funeral parlour in Railway Estate.
Townsville City Council has given an approval to allow for a solar farm at Bluewater.
Townsville City Council has approved a $300,000 project to help prevent flooding in Deeragun.
Townsville City Council crews will begin treatments in mosquito-prone areas of the city following the king tides during the week.
Townsville City Council is working to make life simpler for tourists at its six free campsites in the northern beaches.
Townsville City Council is encouraging body corporates to dive in to the $10 million Water Smart Package.
Townsville will be bringing people together through multicultural food this Australia Day, with the addition of Great Australian Bites to the festivities.
Townsville City Council is encouraging residents to take precautions before the predicted king tide this weekend.
Townsville City Council crews and local contractors have begun work to restore footpaths on Flinders Street West – supporting up to 15 local jobs.
Townsville City Council crews are working extended hours and two new tractors have been hired as part of a blitz to spruce up the city and suburbs.
A crucial piece of specialised machinery required to complete the Queensland Government-funded Townsville water pipeline is making its way to the city.
The redevelopment of the North Rail Yards is moving full steam ahead.
The design guidelines for future developments in the Townsville City Waterfront Priority Development Area (PDA) have been officially enacted after being adopted by Townsville City Council last November.
Townsville City Council is calling on local businesses to tap into the State Government-funded $10 million Water Smart Package.
Townsville City Council crews are fixing a burst water main on the corner of Charters Towers Road and Soule Street.