Townsville City Council will undertake works to maintain the beach pedestrian access paths along Rowes Bay Foreshore this week.
Townsville City Council’s visionary plan to grow Townsville into a globally connected, sustainable and progressive city has been bolstered by the 2021/22 financial year’s efforts as outlined in the latest annual report.
Townsville City Council’s hugely popular Townsville Eats event is once again holding a special Halloween Edition on Saturday, 29 October in Flinders Street East.
Townsville locals are being urged to do their part to limit the breeding of mosquitoes in their backyards as wet weather begins.
Make sure your family and friends are ready for emergency situations and high-risk weather by heading along to Get Ready Townsville next month.
Theatre fans should expect big songs, bigger hair, and an unforgettable night of all their favourite 80s hits when Council presents All Fired Up at Townsville Civic Theatre.
Greg the three-legged cat from Townsville City Council’s Animal Care and Adoption centre is proving to be the new star attraction and a much-loved member of the team at local business Feed 2 Go.
Australian singer-songwriter Sarah McLeod will help bring the classic Charlotte Brontë novel Jane Eyre to life on Wednesday, November 2nd at Townsville Civic Theatre.
Council is encouraging residents to embrace the challenge of reducing water use in the home and across our gardens to help make every drop count this National Water Week.
Townsville City Council is preparing to roll out a new parking experience with the addition of more than 100 new parking meters in the city centre.
A dark true crime comedy is making its mark on North Queensland audiences as State Opera South Australia brings Love Burns to Townsville Civic Theatre this month.
A plan to support affordable housing availability in Townsville has been endorsed at September’s Ordinary Meeting of Council.
Excavators, trucks and heavy machinery are working on a section of The Strand beachfront to help reduce the impact of erosion and protect coastal vegetation.
An innovative and cost-effective idea is helping to keep koalas safe on one of Magnetic Island’s busiest roads.
Townsville City Council will continue to collect valuable data on its Food Organics Garden Organics (FOGO) initiative after councillors voted at the last Ordinary Meeting of Council to extend the trial until the end of the financial year.
A new Water Smart Tree Planting project at Heatley will test three different designs of passive tree irrigation solutions to beautify the streetscape and increase shade while helping Townsville City Council integrate methods to improve stormwater treatment before it reaches the Great Barrier Reef.