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Mount Isa City Council has partnered with Mount Isa Neighbourhood Watch, and Queensland Police to provide the community with “Get Ready” emergency kits.
Mount Isa City Council’s waste management fleet is undergoing a long overdue refurbishment. The vehicles have been put on a systematic rotation to a Brisbane based re-fitter to receive updated technologies and new chassis.
The summer heat is about to get a lot more bearable with the extension of Family Fun Park operating hours.
Mount Isa residents looking for the perfect Christmas gift can take advantage of the opportunity to purchase a piece of history with copies of the beautifully bound hardback ‘Progress and Prosper’ up for grabs for the special price of $29.50.
This summer, Mount Isa City Library encourages young library patrons to choose their own adventures from library shelves as they read stories of dodging danger, outwitting archnemeses, and journeying beyond their wildest imaginations.
A number of projects are currently underway throughout the City to rehabilitate, replace and repair damaged Council maintained infrastructure.
Please be advised that there will be a Water Shut Down tomorrow Friday 12th December 2014 between the hours of 8am until 2pm for maintenance work being carried out on Camooweal Street between Alma & Zena Streets. Residential/business owners in this area should have been advised...
Earlier today, the first stage of the cenotaph relocation plan saw the removal of the existing tree that has long adorned the lawns of the Civic Centre.
How do reindeer fly? What if my house has no chimney? How does Santa get from one country to another so quickly? These are the questions the youth of Mount Isa are asking Santa in their very own letters direct to the man in red himself thanks to a special mailbox at the City Library.
Sport and Recreation Clubs in Mount Isa are being given an opportunity to get a head start on the 2015 season at an information session tomorrow afternoon.
Mount Isa Mayor Tony McGrady has responded to recent information that budget cuts to ABC series will soon be applied.