Work has finished on a new protective concrete slab at the Paluma Dam spillway that will protect the bridge's foundations and ensure it functions as needed during the wet season.
Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has welcomed the announcement that QPM has received conditional finance support from Export Finance Australia for its proposed Townsville Energy Chemicals Hub (TECH) project.
Council is calling for tenders to future-proof the Northern Beaches Leisure Centre with a multi-million-dollar revitalisation project.
As the festive season approaches and people consider gift-giving for their loved ones, Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill has called on the community to remember owning a pet is a lifelong commitment and deciding to give one as a gift should not be made lightly.
School holidays are well and truly underway, with kids across the north staring down weeks of spare time before the next school year kicks off.
Tropical Cyclone Ruby’s formation in the north-eastern Coral Sea yesterday is a timely reminder for the community to act to finalise their preparations for this year’s disaster season, if they haven’t already.
The Townsville Art Society is opening the 66th Townsville Art Society Awards at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery this week.
Thirteen organisations from across Townsville are getting into the Christmas spirit by hosting community lunches supported by Townsville City Council.
North Queensland’s tropical weather continues to influence algal blooms in the city’s water supply, with recent rain and overcast conditions reducing blue-green algae counts in the Ross River Dam.
Work has started to install around 2km of new wastewater pipe in Kirwan, enhancing the capacity of the wastewater network in the area.
Don’t forget to nominate an exceptional Townsville local for the 2022 Australia Day Awards before entries close next week.
The big top is up, the carollers have rehearsed and Townsville City Council is ready to bring you Carols By Candlelight this Sunday.
The Rollingstone and Balgal Beach communities will be invited to have their say on a proposal to rename a popular park in memory of prominent local Rhonda Coulson.
Townsville City Council has continued its strong investment in growing Townsville, awarding more than $11 million in tenders last month.
Townsville City Council has started Stage 1 of the Nelly Bay Dredging Project by excavating more than 360 cubic metres of sediment from Nelly Bay Harbour to help boost the safety and serviceability of the popular precinct.
The development of the Lansdown Eco-Industrial Precinct is going from strength to strength, with four more companies signing on to establish themselves at the nation-leading precinct.
Residents at Villa McAuley are going to get moving in 2022 thanks to a grant of more than $6,500 which will go towards fitness classes from Townsville City Council.
Townsville City Council is helping The Little Mermaid become part of our world with a $50,000 grant towards the Townsville Choral Society’s production of the popular musical.
New visual art, theatre, songwriting and public art pieces will come to life in Townsville thanks to five Regional Art Development Fund (RADF) grants approved at today’s Townsville City Council meeting.
Townsville City Council is asking residents to give Townsville businesses the ultimate gift this Christmas by shopping locally.