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.
Work crews are making great progress installing the pipelines that will carry recycled water to irrigate Townsville’s parks and gardens.
A new public piece of art is set to illuminate The Strand with the installation of the sculpture beginning this week.
Townsville City Council is helping locals integrate technology into their day to day lives with the roll out of CityLibraries’ Digital Life initiative.
Get hands on at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery these school holidays at the Ken Done-nut Shop this week.
Sixty Indigenous businesses have had successful tender applications to become part of Townsville City Council’s Register of Pre-qualified Indigenous Suppliers.
Townsville City Council is reminding residents that tubing and freestyle jet-skiing is prohibited at Black Weir following a recent increase in these prohibited activities.
Townsville residents are being encouraged to Get Active and kickstart 2020 with a new sport or activity.
Townsville City Council is pushing to bring a FIFA Women’s World Cup team to our city in 2023.
Townsville’s best young computer game programmers are working together to create the first game for a life-sized console in Flinders Square.