Seven hundred tonnes of organic matter drained from Townsville lakes is being transformed into a rich topsoil that will help revive monsoon-damaged gardens and lawns.
Townsville City Council will continue to build on the success of its training programs as it welcomes its next intake of apprentices and trainees.
Mosquito treatments are ongoing across the city after the rainfall continued over the long weekend.
Don’t forget there are plenty of ways to pay your rates when rates notices hit letterboxes this week.
The establishment of a new, job-generating industrial precinct near Woodstock will progress to the next stage in the approval process, after a raft of changes designed to further protect the environment, water and amenity of the area were accepted at Full Council today.
Townsville City Council has given the go-ahead for a new unit complex in the CBD.
Townsville City Council has reopened one inbound lane and both outbound lanes of Sturt Street.
Steady rainfall is forecast to continue falling in and around Townsville for at least the next 24 to 48 hours, however current advice is that these falls will not be at the same level as last year’s devastating monsoon event.
Townsville residents who have gone above and beyond in service of the community have been recognised with the Australia Day Awards today.
Celebrate Australia Day the Townsville way this Sunday with plenty of fun activities for the whole family to take part in.
Townsville City Council is reminding residents that there’s an easy way to have problems spotted around town fixed with the iCouncil and Snap Send Solve apps.
Townsville City Council will be officially opening the Noel Wilson Oval in Oonoonba at a community barbecue this weekend.
Townsville City Council has begun ground treatments in mosquito prone areas of the city following the rainfall received over the past few days.
Townsville City Council is communicating with residents and businesses in the suburbs surrounding Queensland Country Bank Stadium about new event parking regulations that will come into effect next month.
Lion dancers will welcome the Chinese New Year at the Victoria Bridge Forecourt this Friday night.
A project to replace community pontoons destroyed in the 2019 unprecedented monsoon is currently underway.
The new Reid Park Active Transport Bridge has achieved a key milestone today with the first of three structural components lifted into position.
Recreational vehicle (RV) and camping travel is one of Australia’s fastest growing tourism sectors with visitation to Townsville doubling over the last 10 years.
More than 500 cubic metres of mulch, enough to cover almost four football fields, has been used as part of a street transformation blitz on Idalia.
Townsville City Council has selected local company Pop Up Food Trucks Townsville Events as the new managers for Cotters Markets.