Townsville City Council is replacing sections of temporary fencing along Geoffrey Bay with a barrier to prevent vehicles driving on the foreshore.
The Magnetic Island community is being asked for their feedback on a new multipurpose sport court to be built in Horseshoe Bay Park.
Townsville City Council is carrying out beach restoration works to improve access at Rowes Bay and Pallarenda next week.
Neighbour Day parties from Woodstock to Mount Low have just been made a little more fun with 20 residents winning Townsville City Council’s Neighbour Day competition.
Council is seeking community feedback on its new corporate plan which aims to grow Townsville into a globally connected community driven by innovation and lifestyle.
Townsville City Council is urging residents in low-lying areas to prepare their properties ahead of the expected king tides.
A new awareness program is aiming to improve recycling across the city. The bin health checks involve visual assessments of 1000 randomly-selected households’ general waste and recycling bins.
TheatreiNQ is now able to stage the final instalments of its 10th anniversary production and extend its theatre training thanks to a grant from Townsville City Council.
A Townsville semi-professional netball team will now be able to compete in the Netball Queensland Sapphire Series thanks to a grant from Townsville City Council.
The Townsville and District Beekeepers Association is set to expand its club base at Michael Hooper Park at Deeragun.
Townsville City Council is marking the 80th anniversary of the Siege of Tobruk by installing a rose garden memorial to the Rats of Tobruk in front of the Tobruk Memorial Baths.
Charles Street is being spruced up with a beautification project that includes new irrigation being installed, tree plantings and a clean-up of the road medians.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has called for the JobKeeper program to be extended until there is a widespread vaccine rollout to the general population in Australia and overseas and international borders are re-opened.
Defence-affiliated organisations and schools are being urged to register now to participate in this year’s Anzac Day parades.
Townsville City Council crews are currently working to repair a leak on a 200mm water pipe that supplies water to Toomulla.
Motorists driving in the Black River, Bluewater and Alligator Creek areas are being warned to be on the lookout for feral horses.
A trial closure of the upper carpark at Jezzine Barracks aimed at preventing hooning activity will start this weekend.
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.