Take the pledge to save thousands of litres of water using simple tricks around your house or business this National Water Week.
Townsville City Council will install more than 80 new environmental monitoring devices across the city over the next 12 months to further bolster the city’s ability to prepare and respond to natural disasters.
Townsville City Council is reconstructing a Deeragun street in a project that will support more than 20 jobs.
International Access to Information Day has put the spotlight on access to information during a crisis.
Council is providing hundreds of free water smart products to retirement villages across Townsville in an effort to help them become more water efficient.
The Northern Fringe Festival 2021 is getting ready for registrations from performers, artists, creatives and venue owners from across North Queensland.
A successful program helping at-risk Indigenous youth get a drivers licence to assist them to find employment should be extended to help North Queensland recover from the COVID-19 global pandemic, TaskforceNQ announced today.
On World Tourism Day (27/9), TaskforceNQ and Townsville Enterprise have called for government funding to build the Paluma to Wallaman Trail.
Celebrate the 65th Townsville Art Awards at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery when the exhibition opens this week.
More than 1,000 properties have had their rubbish collected as part of Townsville City Council’s kerbside collection.
Local businesses have benefited from more than $270 million in Townsville City Council expenditure over the last 6 months.
The new standalone disabled adult change room at the recently redeveloped Tobruk Memorial Baths has received its Changing Places accreditation.
Townsville City Council and Zonta Townsville Inc are working together to create signs for public toilets that detail services available for people experiencing domestic and family violence.
Young people are invited to join Townsville City Council for a fun and free education program that will teach them how to safely interact with animals.
Townsville City Council water and waste committee chairperson Russ Cook has thanked a team of local companies that has removed 19 abandoned car bodies from Yabulu.
TaskforceNQ is calling for the establishment of a dedicated domestic and family violence co-responder program for Townsville.
The North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA) COVID Safe kicks off this Friday, starting five huge weeks of celebrating arts and culture across Townsville.
Find your paw-fect companion this spring with a sale on cats at the Animal Care and Adoption Centre.
“Work is a healer.” These are the words that artist Shireen Malamoo’s mother would say to Malamoo and her siblings, reminding them that work ethic and religious devotion would help make their ancestors proud.
Townsville City Council has received almost 200 applications for the Townsville Street Library competition.
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