Estelle Poots is making the most of the free Aitkenvale Library Creative Studio to craft a message of hope and strength for women across Townsville.
Today Council adopted the Townsville Mountain Bike Strategy 2021-2031 following extensive community consultation.
Council has thrown its support behind one of North Queensland’s most beloved cultural events, the Townsville Eisteddfod, with the approval today of a $25,000 grant.
The incredible turn-out has proven just how popular Ephemera is when it takes over Townsville’s premier waterfront location biennially.
The burn, which aims to manage vegetation on 3.3 hectares of land behind Rollingstone State School, will be conducted from 4pm, Wednesday 25 August and continue into the early evening.
Townsville City Council has completed a crucial $2.1 million upgrade to water mains funded under the Queensland Government’s COVID Works for Queensland program.
Families with babies born during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic can now register for a special Welcoming Babies Ceremony at the Palmetum next month.
Collaborative exhibition In Cahoots will bring art created in the spirit of cross-cultural collaboration to Pinnacles Gallery from next week.
New innovative and sustainable lighting has been installed in trees along Picnic Bay’s dining strip.
Twenty young talented artists will have their flags on display as part of our Christmas Together celebrations, igniting Christmas cheer across the city.
Queens Gardens is blossoming with the installation of the new rose garden complete and planting of 150 rose plants finished.
Having a quiet space to hold digital meetings has never been more important, which is why CityLibraries Aitkenvale has launched its new Raintree Zoom Room.
The award-winning festival brought art, culture and entertainment to Townsville despite the challenges of rolling COVID lockdowns across the country during July.
Townsville artists will be able to apply for a share of $100,000 in Regional Arts Development Fund grants through Townsville City Council thanks to the support of Arts Queensland.
Townsville City Council has today issued a new call for tenders from potential proponents to establish themselves at the Lansdown Eco-Industrial Precinct as momentum continues to build for the development.
North Queensland might still be shivering through winter, but Townsville City Council has started to get ready for summer and the region’s traditional wet season.
The drive-through COVID testing site at Reid Park will close today (Wednesday 11 August) at 4pm.
Council is asking for public assistance to identify those responsible for extensive vandalism to irrigation systems in 19 parks across Townsville in the past week.
Townsville City Council is on the hunt for individuals wanting to advance their knowledge and skills while helping build the Townsville of tomorrow, through the 2022 intake of apprentices and trainees.
An additional drive-through COVID-19 testing site will open in Townsville tomorrow (Tuesday 10 August) in response to a sudden increase in demand for testing locally following a case in Cairns.
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