Flinders Street between Denham and Stokes streets has been temporarily closed to vehicles this afternoon at the request of a building contractor undertaking work on the Hotel Grand Chancellor.
The Get Active Expo is expanding in 2022 to spread across Townsville Stadium and Townsville Basketball to pack even more action into the highly anticipated event.
Dates for the 2022 North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA) have been announced bringing the award-winning event forward by a month to take advantage of Townsville’s perfect winter events season.
The development of a new masterplan will explore the recreational and tourism potential of the Ross River Dam and the surrounding area.
With one month to go before Christmas, the Mayor’s Christmas Appeal has collected more than $30,000 in generous donations, however Townsville businesses are still being urged to dig deep.
Mayor Jenny Hill has expressed the best wishes and support of the community to personnel from the Townsville-based 3rd Brigade who are being deployed to the Solomon Islands.
Townsville residents have a chance to share and record their stories that will be added to Townsville City Council’s Local History Collection and listened to by future generations.
Townsville City Council has published a report on the outcomes of the public consultation undertaken on proposed changes to animal management laws.
Stable on the Strand will move to Riverway for the first time this year, with Council supporting the much-loved community event with $50,000 in grants and fee waivers.
Council has today voted to grant the Australian Army’s 2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (2RAR) the right to exercise its Freedom of Entry to Townsville.
A staggering $11.8 million has been pumped into Townsville’s economy thanks to this year’s North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA).
Keep your pet cool, calm and comfortable this summer by using a couple of easy tricks around your home.
Townsville City Council will undertake a hazard reduction burn in Toomulla on Wednesday (24 November) as it finalises preparations for the approaching wet season.
Townsville City Council is working with businesses and developers to improve the attractiveness, vibrancy and safety of the city centre and its fringe through its Modernising Buildings and Activating Spaces grant.
Local businesses are being encouraged to bid for three new tenders released by Council for its project to duplicate the pipeline between the Ross River Dam and the Douglas WTP.
A Queensland-first system which tracks progress made towards achieving the objectives of the Townsville City Plan has been recognised at the Awards for Planning Excellence in Queensland.
Townsville City Council is standing against domestic and family violence this White Ribbon Day. Today (19 November) marks Council’s first White Ribbon Day since achieving White Ribbon Australia workplace accreditation.
Townsville City Council has started the first of three Yellow Crazy Ant treatments in Alligator Creek, Brookhill, Julago and Elliot Springs today.
Townsville locals have pledged to save more than 60 Olympic-sized swimming pools’ worth of water as part of National Water Week.
Townsville City Council is encouraging the community to have its say on future enhancements of playgrounds and community facilities in Rollingstone and Balgal Beach.