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Townsville City Council has used a Queensland Government-funded environmental program to help improve the local environment and create job opportunities for First Nations Australians, long-term unemployed and underemployed youth.
NQ Field Days will be returning to Townsville with an expected 10,000 visitors after a six-year hiatus with support from Townsville City Council.
Townsville City Council is preparing for future works within Anzac Memorial Park by asking residents to have their say on the renewal of the open space.
Hi-vis work shirts will replace rashies on Toolakea Beach from today as Townsville City Council undertakes work to tackle shoreline erosion.
Recent hot and dry conditions created the perfect environment for blue-green algae growth in the Ross River Dam, prompting Townsville City Council to again remind the community about potential impact on the city’s water supply.
The development of the Lansdown Eco-Industrial Precinct has achieved another key milestone with Townsville City Council formally endorsing the infrastructure masterplan for the jobs-generating estate.
Playground equipment at a much-loved Annandale park has been rebuilt after vandals set fire to it in July last year.
E-scooters will be rolling out across an additional 16 square kilometres of ride zones in Townsville after Council today approved an application from Neuron to expand it service area.
Townsville’s city centre will burst to life with free rock concerts and food festivals during two blockbuster weekends celebrating sport and culture in the heart of the city.
Council has today endorsed a proposal to establish a company to develop an industry-leading simulation training facility for defence, education and health based in Townsville.
Townsville City Council is furthering its commitment to working together today for a healthier reef tomorrow with its new Reef Guardian Action Plan 2020 – 2024.
More than 55,000m³ of sand and 1,500 coastal plants have been used to restore badly eroded coastlines in the Townsville region following the unprecedented 2019 monsoon.
Take inspiration from just a stone’s throw away with this year’s Townsville CityLibraries Short Story Competition.
Townsville Youth Council is launching Youth Week 2022 with a virtual open mic night to put creative young locals centre stage.
Another Townsville park is getting a makeover as installation work starts on new playground equipment at Bluewater Park.
A popular viewing platform overlooking the idyllic Fairfield freshwater wetland is set to receive a new lease of life.
A message of conservation will be splashed across 119 Flinders St with the creation of a new piece of street art featuring a Lumholtz’s tree-kangaroo.
Townsville City Council wants to hear your feedback on green spaces across the city and innovative gardening initiatives Council can offer the public.
Four Townsville schools and one community group are helping conserve and protect the environment by adopting a local waterway.