Townsville has moved two steps closer to establishing itself as a national cyber security leader with the launch today of a new cyber security node and the appointment of the node’s inaugural manager.
The Office of Australian War Graves has received approval from the Department of Environment and Heritage to remove two weeping figs from the Garden of Remembrance in Anzac Park, as the trees are in a heritage-listed zone.
Cats and kittens were the love language for February with 55 felines finding new homes during the Valentine’s Day Cat Sale.
Nobody understands the impact of floodwaters the way Townsville residents who experienced the 2019 monsoon event do, which is why Townsville City Council wants locals’ feedback on the new Flood Level Information FAQ Flyer.
Townsville has joined the ranks of cities like Moscow, Philadelphia and Belfast after being named one of the SMART21 Communities of 2021 by the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) for the Intelligent Community Awards Program.
Turtle hatchlings on Magnetic Island will now have a better chance of reaching the ocean with Townsville City Council changing a street light near a nesting beach to a warm-coloured LED light.
Magnetic Island is the jewel in Townsville’s crown and Townsville City Council and the local community are working to keep it that way.
Townsville has recorded a 190 percent increase in residential lots released for construction in 2020, in a building boom bolstering the city’s post-pandemic economy.
Townsville City Council is constructing a new footpath on Bayswater Rd near a popular school to help make the area safer for students and other pedestrians.
The second stage of a $6 million project to enhance drainage around Horseshoe Bay Park on Magnetic Island has started.
Graduates will have the opportunity to fast-track their career pathway and access industry specific training and professional development through Townsville City Council’s new-look graduate program.
Regional mayors are calling on the State Government to release a report on a review of the SES as a matter of urgency.
With 372 parks, 203 playgrounds, 21 off-leash parks and 3 world-class botanic gardens, Parks Week is the perfect opportunity to explore Townsville and enjoy our green spaces.
Mosquito numbers are on the rise following the rain and high tides over the past few months.
Artist registrations for this year’s Northern Fringe Festivals are being extended until March 19, giving creatives a few more weeks to sign up.
Enter Townsville City Council’s Neighbour Day competition for the chance to win $200 to help you get to know your neighbours better.
Council is set to update rules around digital advertising across the city.
Townsville City Council advises that an additional sand bag location is now available at the corner of Mt Low Parkway and Bruce Highway in Mt Low.
Townsville’s reputation as the premier tropical destination in Northern Australia has been further bolstered taking out the two top gongs in Surf Life Saving Queensland’s best beaches list for this summer.
Townsville City Council advises that sand and bags are currently available at Bluewater Community Centre, 14 Forestry Road, Bluewater and opposite the TCC depot at 113 Dalrymple Service Road, Garbutt.