Council’s focus on improving infrastructure across Townsville is continuing with a project to reconstruct two streets in Currajong beginning next week.
A $5 million expansion of the laboratory located adjacent to the Douglas Water Treatment Plant will ensure Townsville remains on the cutting edge of scientific analysis for decades.
Townsville City Council will remove a diseased Banyan Fig (Ficus Benghalensis) from Cape Pallarenda Road tomorrow (May 12) as it has become a safety risk to the community.
Townsville City Council is raising awareness of domestic and family violence in the month of May by turning landmarks across Townsville purple.
A not-so-little flock of birds will be spreading a message of hope and joy when they land in Townsville this July as part of the Messengers of Townsville public art installation.
Townsville City Council will host a new community expo in June to showcase the city’s past, present and future and is calling on stallholders to help ensure the event goes off with a bang.
Townsville City Council has started relining a 1km section of the sewerage main beneath Nathan Street in Cranbrook and Heatley this week.
Six Townsville artists and groups can move ahead with their creative projects with almost $50,000 in Regional Arts Development Funds (RADF) grants approved during Townsville City Council’s last week.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has welcomed the Australian Government’s announcement of a North Australian reinsurance pool.
More than 1,800 stem-galling flies have been released by Townsville City Council to minimise the spread of the highly invasive Siam Weed (Chromolaena odorata).