Safety upgrades to Lindisfarne and Yarrow streets intersection to begin

Major works to improve the safety of a high-crash intersection in Invercargill will begin on Monday. The works will include the installation of a new set of traffic signals and improvements to the pedestrian crossing facilities and cycling infrastructure. It will also include new drainage, kerbs and channels, chipsealing and asphalting. Invercargill City Council Group […]

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Farewell to Southland Museum and Art Gallery

The long-standing Southland Museum and Art Gallery was farewelled in a moving poroporoaki ceremony this week, as preparations for its demolition begin. Invercargill City Council is rebuilding the museum, which is set to open in late 2026 as Te Unua Museum of Southland. With the museum collection move complete and diggers set to roll in […]

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Crafternoon Tea celebrates 10th anniversary

For 10 years, the Crafternoon Tea gatherings at the Invercargill Public Library have been pulling in craft enthusiasts from around the city for a bit of conversation, crafts and a cup of tea. The group is set to celebrate this milestone with an exhibition showcasing a decade of crafting at the end of March and […]

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Bluff Boat Ramp update

Work is well under way for the development of the new Bluff boat ramp and floating pontoons. Crews took a break over the festive season but have dived back in on 15 January. Caissons have been installed underwater, ready for the pile sleeves and piles to be inserted. Last year, the West Jetty was demolished […]

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