Businesses in medium-density residential zoned areas will now be able to access incentives as part of Townsville City Council’s City Activation and Jobs Growth Policy.
Townsville City Council is calling all junior artists to help the city get into the Christmas spirit by submitting an entry for this year’s Festive Flags competition.
Now is the time for artists to vie for one of Australia’s biggest art prizes by entering next year’s Ephemera: Seaside Sculptures.
Toolakea’s foreshore will receive a makeover starting this week as Council crews start works to reduce the impact of erosion and protect coastal vegetation.
More than five linear kilometres of walkway decking, one linear kilometre of joists and 80 linear meters of bearers have been removed and replaced as part of the works completed on the Riverway boardwalk renewal project.
Townsville’s pooch parents and feline families can get their fur babies microchipped for free this weekend at CityLibraries Aitkenvale.
It may still be a few months until the man in the big red suit comes to visit North Queensland, but Townsville City Council has already opened auditions for this year’s Carols by Candlelight.
In a year marred by unseasonal wet weather and global events impacting labour supply, rising costs and supply chain challenges, Townsville City Council delivered more than 500 capital projects for the Townsville community.
Townsville locals wanting to get active are urged to get to the Get Active Expo this weekend.
Townsville City Council voted at yesterday’s Ordinary Meeting of Council to support the establishment of the Townsville 2032 Legacy Working Group in a bid to actively pursue opportunities for regional communities in the lead up to the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Townsville City Council has called for changes to the Queensland Planning Act to give local governments more powers to evaluate slab-on-ground developments in high flood risk areas.
The newest piece of permanent public art on The Strand has people asking if it is something from Stranger Things, War of the Worlds or completely out of this world.
A powerful production about the trying times youth face will take to the stage at Townsville Civic Theatre this week.
Riverway Stadium will be able to host more first class and international cricket matches after new state-of-the-art stump camera enabling infrastructure was installed at the grounds this month.
More than 90 pieces of ceramic art will be judged by acclaimed ceramics artist Dianne Peach for the 50th anniversary of the North Queensland Ceramic Awards tonight (Friday 22 July).
North Queensland leaders are calling for action on promised Olympic legacy infrastructure for local government areas outside Brisbane.
Construction workers have taken over Perc Tucker Regional Gallery with Pat Hoffie’s Hi-Vis exhibition shining a light on the role of personal protective equipment in the Australian workplace.
There’s just one week left to nominate a stand-out senior Townsville citizen for the 2022 Senior of the Year Awards.
Blue-green algae levels will now be able to be detected in just hours instead of days thanks to new high-tech sensors installed at the Ross River Dam.
Townsville City Council has assured the future of the city’s local AFL competition after councillors endorsed new leases for AFL Queensland, Curra Swans and Hermit Park Tigers.