A petition started by the Federal Member for Herbert is nothing more than a smokescreen for his own lack of action on a key issue facing North Queenslanders, Deputy Mayor Mark Molachino said today.
Iconic Townsville landmarks will light up orange and blue to mark World Cancer Day next Thursday 4 February.
Townsville City Council will spend close to $1 billion over the next decade replacing and upgrading existing infrastructure assets across the city that are approaching the end of their operational life.
Townsville City Council has resolved to create a new local law targeting unsightly buildings throughout the city at the Full Council meeting today.
Townsville City Council remains focussed on delivering its core services and capital works program despite uncertainty generated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seven community-minded Townsville locals have had their hard work recognised at today’s Australia Day Awards.
Celebrate Australia Day in style in 2021 with a free, family-friendly event at Jezzine Barracks.
HALO Life Below Water is reopening a day early after a monumental effort from staff and contractors to get the installations back in action.
North Queensland artist Roland Nancarrow is bringing a slice of the Maldives to Townsville’s Perc Tucker Regional Gallery with his new exhibition Maldives Artworks.
HALO Life Below Water will bring the coral reef back to Queens Gardens from Friday night.
The Townsville Local Disaster Management Group (TLDMG) has moved to ‘Stand Up’ as Tropical Cyclone (TC) Kimi tracks towards the coast.
Sand and sandbags are currently available at the following locations:
Townsville residents are being reminded to finalise their cyclone preparations with Tropical Cyclone Kimi expected to reach Category 2 north of Townsville later today.
Immerse yourself and explore the coral reef without leaving land with HALO Life Below Water which kicks off today.
Townsville City Council is reminding residents that they can report issues around town with the user-friendly iCouncil and Snap Send Solve apps on their phones.
Townsville City Council is urging residents in low-lying areas to prepare their properties ahead of the first expected king tide of the year.
Townsville City Council crews are using a new weapon in the war against mosquitoes across the city this wet season.
Townsville City Council has made sand and sandbags available at two locations should members of the public require them.
Townsville City Council is urging residents to keep soft plastics out of their recycling bins in order to protect the environment and keep the city’s recycling processing facility working effectively and efficiently.