Riverway’s upper lagoon will be closed for eight weeks as Hutchinson Builders make a cladding upgrade to Townsville City Council’s new Riverway Library.
The Symonds family has come together at Riverway Stadium for an intimate gathering to unveil the newly-renamed Andrew ‘Roy’ Symonds Grandstand.
More than 292 concrete-truck loads worth of concrete have been poured into constructing two new water clarifiers at the Douglas Water Treatment Plant.
One of cricket’s most lovable larrikins will be forever honoured after Townsville City Council endorsed at September’s Ordinary Meeting of Council to name Riverway Stadium’s grandstand after the late Andrew ‘Roy’ Symonds.
For the first time in Queensland Rugby Union (QRU) history, the Queensland Reds will play two games in Townsville next year as the 2023 Super Rugby Pacific draw was officially announced today.
The first 500 pipes have crossed hundreds of nautical miles to be delivered for the construction of the Haughton Pipeline Stage 2.
Townsville City Council has launched its latest Rate Your Neighbourhood liveability study to find out how the community views their suburbs.
Kick off the school holidays with some family fun, with the next free Riverway Movie Night.
Townsville City Council is warning locals to stop illegal dumping as the city battles more than 50 illegal dumping reports each month.
A new exhibition created on a North Queensland verandah will showcase an array of Burdekin locals drawn by nationally-renowned artist Cutler Footway.
Hundreds of junior touch football players will run onto the newly returfed field at Heatley Park later this month.
Clean energy is powering the three newest cars in Townsville City Council’s light passenger fleet as the first step towards 70 per cent of Council’s light vehicles being powered by renewable energy by 2026.
Townsville’s nationally-renowned Street Art Trail has gained another show-stopping piece of public art with artist 815K1’s new work Prismatic.
Families looking for an affordable getaway are being urged to log on to Council’s free RV and camping Bookable webpage now to secure their spot for the upcoming school holidays.
Townsville City Council is warning residents that throwing away items like batteries, flares and gas bottles in their household bins can cause life-threatening fires and explosions in waste and recycling trucks.
Townsville City Council is encouraging residents to get bushfire ready after finishing its last controlled burn of the year ahead of the upcoming bushfire season.