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.
Residents will enjoy the Townsville Annual Show holiday on July 6 after a resounding show of support for keeping the holiday in place.
A new round of the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) grants is now open for artists, organisations and creative businesses.
Townsville City Council will invest more than $900,000 to upgrade the odour control unit and undertake remediation works at the Horseshoe Bay Treatment Plant.
Townsville will be at the forefront of cyber security capability development and innovation with a new cyber security node to be established in the city.
Construction of stage 1 of the Haughton pipeline is complete.
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park has been given an extra layer of protection to stop stray litter making its way into the ocean.
Townsville City Council and the Australian Government are working together to reduce the risk of accidents at two busy intersections.
Townsville City Council crews are responding to a broken water main on Magnetic Island.
Townsville residents can now book a spot at one of eight community centres run by Townsville City Council across the city for when they reopen on 12 June.
Townsville City Council is constructing an exciting new playground as part of a multi-million dollar upgrade of Illich Park in Aitkenvale.
Rowes Bay beach will be replenished using sand from the mouth of the Ross River as part of Council’s annual beach renourishment works.
Mayor Jenny Hill has paid tribute to Council chief executive officer Mike Chiodo, who announced his retirement today.
Townsville City Council has today formally adopted an amendment to its planning scheme to create a new, jobs-generating industrial precinct on the former Lansdown Station site at Calcium near Woodstock.
Townsville City Council has voted to establish a commercial permit system to facilitate the operation of electric scooters (e-scooters) in Townsville.
Townsville City Council is working to enhance safety around three local schools.
Four pontoons that were irreparably damaged during the 2019 monsoon event in Townsville will now be replaced by local company CivilPlus Constructions.
North Queensland’s recovery from the COVID-19 global pandemic has been turbocharged with the north’s five local councils agreeing to join forces to accelerate the region’s recovery.
A North Queensland artist has been named the winner of the $40,000 acquisitive Percival Portrait Painting Prize 2020.
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