Splash Palace hydroslides reopen in time for summer

All three hydroslides at Splash Palace will reopen today, Friday 26 November, just in time for summer. COVID-19 restrictions and maintenance issues forced the hydroslides out of action earlier this year. The raft slide was closed in July when an issue was identified with a supporting column. When New Zealand entered Alert Level 4 in […]

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New parking meters coming to Invercargill

Invercargill city streets are set to get new parking kiosks with a new pay-by-plate system to go live next month. Invercargill City Council will begin installation of the new parking payment kiosks this week, ready for Monday 13 December when the current “lollipop” parking meters will be switched off and parking payments will move to […]

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New location confirmed for city Umbrella

The former Don Street Umbrella Sculpture, Our people – Time and Place, has found a new home. The sculpture and the named bricks laid underneath were carefully uplifted from Don St in July in order to allow the City Streets Upgrade to begin. Invercargill City Council Manager Parks and Recreation Caroline Rain said the artwork, […]

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