Outstanding Business Opportunity - 10 March 2015

Glenys Schuntner CEO of Regional Development Australia (RDA) will be in town this evening (Tuesday 10 March 2015). She would like to meet as many business owners as possible and will be at the ...

Chinese delegation shows interest in Towers

Industry association representatives from the People’s Republic of China have shown a significant interest in Charters Towers during a visit last week. Charters Towers Regional Council hosted...

Public Notice – Financial Facts

Charters Towers Regional Council in 2015 In response to concerns raised in the Charters Towers community about the finances of the Council, the following is offered to highlight the facts and...

CCTV rolls out across Towers

Charters Towers residents can feel safer with the roll out of stage two of the local CCTV network. Residents may have noticed the new CCTV cameras appearing at a number of locations around the...

Annual Valuation Display Advice

Charters Towers Regional Council has received the Annual Valuation Display material for 'land valuations', which form the basis on which general rate levies are calculated.  The display...

Have your say: Charters Towers Community Consultation Forum

As part of Council’s Community Engagement Strategy to revise and review its Corporate Plan, Council will hold a community forum on Saturday, 14 March 2015 at the Dalrymple Trade Training...

Mosaic art for Ravenswood park

Historic Ravenswood is to get an added attraction in the form of mosaic art work on tables and chairs in one of the township’s parks. The mosaic work has been approved by Charters Towers...

Charters Towers famil for Chinese visitors

Charters Towers Regional Council Mayor Frank Beveridge took on the role of tour guide on Saturday when representatives from Fushan City in China visited Charters Towers. Cr Beveridge hosted Mr...

Mingela – where are you?

The township of Mingela, 42km north-east of Charters Towers has an identity crisis and Charters Towers Regional Council is determined to fix the problem. The problem has arisen after the Department...

Councillors say no to pay rise

Charters Towers Regional Council’s elected members have voted not to take the latest pay rise due to them. Mayor Frank Beveridge said that because of the current economic climate it was...
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Construction of car park - Council Administration Centre

Council will be undertaking the construction of the southern car park at Council’s Administration Centre, 12 Mosman Street (adjacent to Anne Street). These works will commence Monday 26...

Shape the region’s arts and cultural future

  Charters Towers Regional Council is seeking community input on arts and cultural matters, which will contribute to the region’s new Arts and Cultural Management Plan.   Local...

Councillor message - Draft Local Government Infrastructure Plan - Consultation Period Closing - Cr Mike Power

  Early last month, Council released its new draft Charters Towers Regional Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) for community consultation.   This consultation period provides...

Lissner Park - Flying Fox to be relocated in 2020

  Charters Towers Regional Council has resolved to support a flying fox relocation program, which will be undertaken by the Department of Environment and Science, in 2020.   The...

Mayor Message - Mayor Liz Schmidt - Remembrance Day 2019

“On Monday 11 November 2019 we will once again come together to commemorate Remembrance Day, the anniversary of the day that the fighting ended the First World War. Each year on this day...