Townsville City Council has used an iconic Aussie location to officially welcome 57 of our nation’s newest citizens to the community today.
Townsville City Council is encouraging local pet owners to book their paw-fect pal in to get chipped at Council’s free microchipping day this Wednesday.
A new testing service offered at Townsville’s Laboratory is primed to address a gap in North Queensland’s health sector.
Enjoy your lunch in the city with free live performances when Music in the City returns to the CBD next month.
Cleaning your gutters, pruning trees, preparing an emergency kit, getting vaccinated against COVID-19 – Townsville residents are being urged to add a new item to their preparation checklist.
Residents in Idalia, Heatley, Vincent and Burdell are receiving their new lime-green-lidded bins ahead of the food organic and garden organic (FOGO) trial commencing in October.
Townsville seniors are invited to celebrate 60 years since the 60s at Council’s Seniors Week Luncheon next month.
Take a peek into what pets do when you’re not home with a free screening of Pixar’s Secret Life of Pets 2 at Riverway Stadium this Friday.
Townsville is ready to stand centre stage as one billion eyes around the globe set sight on the city for the 2021 Rugby Championship.
In late October last year, Patricia Carr won a Townsville Seniors Award. Just weeks earlier, a brain tumour threatened to rob her of the skill that she was nominated for.
A popular route for school children will be made safer, with Townsville City Council building a new footpath along Darling Road in Jensen.
A review into animal management in Townsville has been completed with Townsville City Council proposing changes to better protect the community, the environment, and pets with irresponsible owners.
The Paluma Dam spillway will get a $1.2 million enhancement ahead of the wet season with construction of a new protective slab beginning this week.
Townsville City Council will host a briefing for contractors, suppliers and consultants on the upcoming duplication of the pipeline between the Ross River Dam and the Douglas Water Treatment plant.
Tumbetin Lodge has been given a new lease on life with a local business taking up residence in one of Townsville’s most beautiful historic buildings.
Townsville City Council has approved the application for the first stage of the Hive development opposite Reef HQ at 1 Flinders Street, in the central business district.
Spring isn’t the only thing that’s sprung-up this week, with City Street Eats setting up along Flinders St to herald in the new season.
Residents and visitors to Magnetic Island eager to get in a bit of physical activity will be able to play four different sports on the new multipurpose court.
The Australian Flag is a familiar icon which brings people together under a united symbol and Townsville City Council is hosting a ceremonial event today to mark its 120th birthday.
Townsville residents are being called up to take part in the Great Northern Clean Up on Magnetic Island.
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