Members of the public are being asked to have their say on a proposed new local law to better manage dilapidated, unsightly graffitied inner-city buildings and improve the image of our city.
The Townsville community can help make a new landfill cell being built at Stuart Waste Facility last a lot longer by making greener choices in their own homes.
Almost 30,000 items have been returned to libraries across Townsville as COVID-19 restrictions ease across the state.
Townsville City Council is upgrading facilities at two of its most popular pools to make them more accessible for people with disabilities.
Townsville City Council is urging residents to take advantage of being able to take green waste to the dump for free – rather than burning it at home – as more time is spent in the yard during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Townsville could soon be enjoying more alfresco dining options with Townsville City Council set to make applying for outdoor dining free and easy in response to COVID-19 restrictions.
Anyone from art afficionados through to the average Joe can book in to visit Perc Tucker Regional Gallery to enjoy The Percivals in person from 16 June.
Intrastate travel is back on the cards and residents are being encouraged to explore the region and showcase their favourite local gems to visitors of North Queensland.
Townsville’s premier swimming destination, Riverway Lagoons, is now open.
Gulliver residents are being asked to participate in a follow-up Liveability Survey to see how the community’s values have shifted more than one year after the initial study was completed.
Townsville will look to attract state and regional school and club sports championships to assist in the region’s economic and social recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
An almost $600,000 major upgrade to the footpaths and kerb in a busy area in the central business district has started.
Townsville City Council will conduct its second hazard reduction burn for 2020 on Mount Louisa this week.
A quick drive or ride up Castle Hill is back on the cards from next week with the road reopening to traffic on Monday at 5pm.
Embrace the outdoors again when Paluma Dam’s campsite reopens today.
Townsville City Council is working to fix a burst water main at Julago, near the Stuart waste facility.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has welcomed today’s announcement that BMD had been awarded the $350+ million contract to build the Carmichael Mine rail network.
A new $5 million laboratory at the Douglas Water Treatment Plant will provide more space for scientists to improve current services and expand into new areas that assist the city.
A $3.8 million tender has been awarded to Mendi Constructions to build a new and improved leachate pond at the Stuart Waste Facility.
Townsville City Council’s regular ecological water quality testing program has detected a large blue-green algal bloom in Freshwater Lake in Idalia, near Springside Terrace.