Four community and sporting groups have shared in more than $12,500 thanks to Council’s Community Grants program, with the funds to be used for projects that will significantly enhance the valuable work the groups do in Mount Isa.
Mount Isa City Council is pleased to confirm that an agreement is now in place to sell the former Works Depot site on West Street to retailer Bunnings, with an unconditional contract of sale to be settled today, Friday October 25.
The new Isa Street Bridge will officially reopen with a bright, colourful flourish in mid-December with a family-friendly community celebration on the bridge itself, as well as at nearby George McCoy Park and a section of Isa Street.
Mayor Joyce McCulloch is inviting all local seniors to attend this year’s free Seniors’ Christmas Lunch event to celebrate the festive season with delicious food, great company and delightful entertainment.
Local primary and high school students will get a special opportunity to meet, create artworks with and be mentored by renowned young female Indigenous artist Chern’ee Sutton, who originally hails from Mount Isa and whose paintings have been exhibited around the world.
Mount Isa City Council and the Showman’s Guild of Australasia have ensured the new Hospitality Cart at Mount Isa Hospital’s Children’s Ward will continue to provide fun for young patients and comfort for their parents for many months to come.
Summer may officially still be a couple of months away, but summer hours are already in full swing at Splashez Aquatic Centre – and with the full-service café now well established and a variety of swimming programs on offer, Splashez is gearing up for a bumper season.