Artists, performers, creatives and venue owners are now able to register for the 2022 North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA) Fringe Festival.
Townsville City Council will host a briefing for contractors and consultants interested in working on its upcoming Cleveland Bay Recycled Water Treatment project on Friday 10 December 2021.
Townsville City Council has ramped up its proactive mosquito management activities following recent rains.
Between cold prawns, warm ham, indulgent puddings and cheese-laden grazing boards, it’s hard to know where to start with food safety during the festive season.
Homegrown singing sensation Trent Bell will lead a stellar concert line up at this year’s Carols By Candlelight.
Mayor Jenny Hill has welcomed today’s announcement that Townsville’s NQH2 Consortium has been named one of three new hydrogen clusters.
Watch Townsville’s CBD transform into a merry metropolis when sparkling Christmas lights are brought to life at this Saturday’s Christmas in the City.
Every once in a blue moon a book will be so popular that it will spend almost the whole year checked out of Townsville CityLibraries.
Townsville City Council is giving you good Claus to do your Christmas shopping in the CBD with free two-hour parking in the city this December.
Twenty-five festive events across 22 suburbs will each receive a $200 grant through Townsville City Council’s Bringing Christmas Together initiative.
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.