Council wants reduction of red tape to recover unpaid fines

Charters Towers Regional Council wants more powers to collect outstanding fines and is seeking help from the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) to do so. Council will take a motion...

Retune your TV tomorrow - Wednesday

A reminder for Charters Towers residents to retune their TVs on Wednesday, 27 August after 3.30pm. There may also be some temporary outages to TV services on 27-28 August. To find out how to...

Regulation of shopping trolleys goes to public interest test

Charters Towers Regional Council's plan to introduce a local law that will regulate the use of shopping trolleys within the region will now go through a public interest test. Council is moving...

State Emergency Service - volunteer Local Controller position Charters Towers

We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated person to fulfil the role of Volunteer Local Controller for our Charters Towers SES Unit. The purpose of this volunteer position is to manage the Local...

New water for Queensland map to strengthen economy

Council wishes to advise all landowners contemplating seeking a new or increased water allocation from river systems within the Charters Towers Regional Council for irrigation purposes that the State...

Mayor urges community to nominate

With just two weeks before nominations close, Charters Towers Regional Council Mayor Frank Beveridge has encouraged local groups and individuals to support the Queensland Regional Achievement and...

Launch of tourism plan welcomed

Charters Towers Regional Council has welcomed the launch of Townsville North Queensland Destination Tourism Plan that targets an increase in visitation and expenditure. The Plan, led by industry...

Intention to carry out controlled burns

Notice is hereby given that Council together with the Department of Natural Resources and Mines intends to conduct controlled burning of excess vegetation on vacant reserves located around the...

Clean Up Australia Day - Great Northern Clean Up

Council is calling on all associations, interest groups, businesses, schools and individuals to register their interest in regards to participating in the 2014 Great Northern Clean-Up. This event...

Mayor praises work of QCWA

The important role the Queensland Country Women's Association plays in the local region has been praised by Charters Towers Regional Council Mayor Frank Beveridge. Cr Beveridge has attended...
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Road surfacing works – Racecourse & Sandy Creek Roads

Road surfacing works on Racecourse Road (from Boundary to Holliman Streets) will commence Tuesday 13 November, from 6.30am, finishing at approximately midday. These works will be undertaken on the...

Mayor Message – Mayor Liz Schmidt – Remembrance Day 2018

This Remembrance Day is especially significant being the 100 year anniversary of the Armistice that ended the First World War. In the lead up to the 11th of November, Council has been working with...

Australia Day Awards Nominations – Closing soon!

Nominations for the 2019 Australia Day Awards are closing on Friday, 16 November 2018. Council is encouraging residents to nominate community members who tirelessly volunteer their time and talents...

Postponement of Water Reticulation Upgrade Works - Gill Street

Upgrades of water reticulation on Gill Street scheduled for Sunday 11 November 2018 have been postponed due to Remembrance Day.  Remembrance Day has special significance in 2018 as it marks the...

Plumbing Water Main Upgrade Works – Mills Lane

Council will be undertaking plumbing water main upgrade works on Cadden Street, however, Mills Lane will be disrupted by these works and will be closed from Wednesday 7 November 2018 to and including...

Councillor message - Water Infrastructure Upgrade Project - Cr Alan Barr

  In May of this year, work began on the Water Infrastructure Upgrade Project (WIUP) to secure our region’s water supply, our lifestyle and attract development and agriculture...

New round of community grants open

Not-for-profit organisations in the region are being invited to apply for grants of up to $5,000 as part of Council’s Community Grants Program. Round 2 for the 2018/2019 financial year is now...

Choose Your Adventure

  This weekend Council will be hosting great family entertainment and events with the Twilight Markets and Towers Rush IV.   Starting at 6pm, Saturday 3 November, the Showgrounds will...

Second boardwalk for Towers Hill

Work on the second boardwalk on Towers Hill was completed this week and is now officially open. The purpose for the second boardwalk is to provide an all abilities ramp access to link the two World...

We will remember

On Sunday 11 November 2018, is the centenary of the Armistice that ended the First World War. In the lead up to Remembrance Day 2018, Charters Towers Regional Council will be working with community...