More than 25 Townsville budding entrepreneurs are taking advantage of Townsville City Council’s free Entrepreneur in Residence program to turbocharge their businesses.
A position paper outlining the needs and potential opportunity for a future regional arts gallery for Townsville is nearing completion.
The search is on for the next leader for the largest local government authority in Northern Australia.
Townsville residents are risking a $2,135 fine for illegally dumping their waste across the city instead of taking their rubbish to one of five dumps across town.
Townsville City Council is reminding dog owners of their responsibilities after an alarming number of animal attacks and aggressive animal complaints in 2020.
A new playground and barbecue area in Aitkenvale’s Illich Park is now open.
Two senior residents have been acknowledged with the 2020 Seniors Award for their selfless contributions to the community.
Literary enthusiasts and budding writers with a story to tell about life in the North are being invited to enter a short story competition as part of the North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA).
The Urban Development Institute of Australia’s new report comparing council fees and charges shows Townsville is one of the best and affordable local government areas for urban development along the Queensland coast.
Take a book, give a book, share a book. That is the motto that will spread across our city when the Townsville Street Library project competition kicks off this week.
Townsville City Council will upgrade stormwater infrastructure beneath Central Park before it installs innovative ‘solar trees’ in the popular precinct.
Townsville City Council welcomes today’s announcement that the Imperium3 Townsville (iM3TSV) board has decided to proceed to the next stage in the development of its 18 GWh lithium-ion battery cell manufacturing facility in Townsville.
Townsville residents can now claim their spot for Townsville City Council’s new-look kerbside collection, set to launch on 1 September.
Townsville’s premier arts and cultural festival is back for a special COVID-safe edition next month.
Townsville engineering, planning, and environmental consultants and suppliers and contractors are being encouraged to attend industry briefings on the second stage of the Haughton pipeline project next Friday 21 August.
North Queenslanders are being encouraged to have their say on the management of the region’s waste and resources for the next decade.
Townsville City Council will make changes to the traffic management arrangements currently in-place on North Shore Boulevard from this Sunday 16 August.
Three-dimensional models are set to make Townsville City Council’s development application process easier than ever.
Being close to nature, access to quality public spaces, and being able to walk to public shops have been ranked as the top priorities for 417 Gulliver residents in the latest Liveability Survey.
Townsville City Council has given conditional approval to an application to extend a residential aged care facility in Rowes Bay.