The new Lansdown Eco-Industrial Precinct is perfectly positioned to spur economic growth and job creation for Townsville and North Queensland for decades to come, business leaders say.
The liveability survey is back again, this time for the entire city to complete and see what has changed since COVID-19 began.
Learn how to dance, perform and create as part of the brand new NAFA COVID Safe event Art in the Park.
Campers breaching COVID-19 restrictions are being targeted in a compliance blitz beginning from this weekend.
The Townsville community has responded enthusiastically to Council’s survey regarding the city’s mountain bike facilities.
Australia’s first Cor Infinitus memorial has been unveiled today (10 September) at Townsville’s Anzac Park. The memorial was created as part of a new national initiative created by Kevin Humphreys to pay respect to veterans lost to suicide after serving their country.
A successful mental health co-responder group should be made permanent and expanded to enhance support and treatment available to the Townsville community, according to the region’s COVID-19 recovery taskforce.
The Townsville City Council North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA) and Northern Fringe Festival are being planned for the next three years, with dates for the annual event presented at this week’s Community and Cultural Development Committee meeting.
A development application for a retirement village along Golf Links Drive has been recommended for approval.
Lovers of the arts can now feast their eyes on the North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA) COVID Safe program in its entirety.
Five people have been fined almost $6,000 after their dogs were involved in attacks on people and other animals.
Townsville City Council is transforming a popular park in Woodstock, by enhancing the community centre and making Wordsworth Park an attractive venue for sports clubs.
With daytime temperatures starting to rise, Townsville residents will be able to cool off and have fun once again at one of the city’s most popular aquatic destinations.
Why did the turtle cross the road? To get to the Ross River. Drivers in Kelso are being urged to drive carefully as turtles make their annual migration from the Borrow Pits across to the Ross River.