Register now for Anzac Day parades

Council and the RSL are calling on the community to register to pay their respects to the past and present veterans by taking part in this year’s Anzac Day Parade.

Townsville City Council offers six new same day approvals

Council is delivering service excellence with the introduction of six additional building application types to its same day approvals service.

Bookings open for free Doing Business with Council sessions

Businesses across Townsville can now book in to a free Doing Business with Council Safety Session to learn about the safety requirements needed to be a contractor to Council.

Council makes a splash with community grant

More than 200 swimmers will take part in the inaugural Lightning Swim Club open swim meet at the Northern Beaches Leisure Centre this Saturday.

Community invited to information day on natural drainage project at Bushland Beach

Learn all about Council’s innovative Bushland Beach Channel Naturalisation project work at tomorrow’s (Saturday 9 March) free community information session.

Women in sport inspire this International Women’s Day

Former Australian Diamonds player Sharon Finnan-White has spent her whole life inspiring women.

Townsville artist opens their largest exhibition at Pinnacles Gallery

After four years of crafting his largest body of work yet, Townsville artist Danish Quapoor is putting the finishing touches on good grief before it opens at Pinnacles Gallery this Friday.

Countdown is on for Pink’s Townsville concerts

With less than a month until one of the world’s biggest popstars, P!nk, brings her Summer Carnival tour to Townsville, local businesses are being encouraged to think of ways to feed, accommodate and entertain more than 40,000 visitors.

King tide to impact low-lying suburbs this week

Residents in low lying areas of Townsville have been urged to prepare for potential flooding as higher-than-average tides are predicted over the next few days.

Kirrily kerbside clean up wraps up

More than 120,000 ute loads of green waste have been collected from kerbsides across Townsville as work has finished on the clean-up effort from Ex-Tropical Cyclone Kirrily.

Help Townsville shine this Clean Up Australia Day

Lend the environment a helping hand this Clean Up Australia Day by joining Townsville City Council’s event at Soroptimist Park, Belgian Gardens on Sunday 3 March.

More public transport options for Townsville’s northern suburbs

Townsville’s northern suburb residents can now wait for their bus in comfort as construction has wrapped up on 21 new bus stops.

Ross River Dam statement

Townsville City Council continues to monitor the Ross River dam, as part of its usual practice during the wet season.

Register now for Youth Conference

Young people across Townsville can now register for the 2024 Townsville Youth Conference at Townsville Stadium on Saturday 9 March.

New Australian citizens welcomed at first ceremony for 2024

Baiju, Christy, Esther and Ayil Augustin have been living in Australia for five years and are now able call to themselves Australians.

New waste trucks fitted with innovative technology

Council has six new trucks that are fitted with the latest pedestrian protection technology to significantly reduce the chance of a person being struck with the lifting arm or bins while lifting or returning to footpath.

New youth arts workshop starts at Aitkenvale Library

Young people from 12 to 17 years old can head to The Studio workshop at Aitkenvale Library in term one to meet like-minded creatives and create a painted work of art to take home each week.

Seven deserving people recognised at belated Australia Day Awards ceremony

For more than five decades Clifford ‘Warren’ Northey has been quietly helping the Townsville community and has now been recognised as Townsville Citizen of the Year at this year’s Australia Day Awards.

Algal bloom detected at Keyatta, Curralea lakes

Council’s routine water quality testing program has detected an algal bloom in Curralea and Keyatta lakes near Castletown Shopping Centre.

RADF funding open for Townsville arts projects

Artists, organisations and creative businesses have until Sunday 25 February to get their Regional Art Development Fund (RADF) applications in.