Museum gets green light

A new museum build for Invercargill city has been given the green light. Invercargill City Council adopted its 2022-23 Annual Plan at a meeting on Tuesday 28 June, which included the approval of a proposed new build for the museum. Invercargill City Council committed in its Long Term Plan 2021-2031 to invest $39.4 million to […]

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New speed limits in place from Friday

New speed limits will appear in parts of Invercargill from Friday, with a focus on improving safety on our city streets. The Roading and Traffic Bylaw 2022, adopted by Invercargill City Council on May 24, comes into force on 1 July and aims to make it safer for all those travelling on city roads whether […]

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Feedback sought on draft annual plan

Invercargill City Council wants to hear the community’s views as its Annual Plan sees an adjustment from the Long-term Plan due to changes in the economic environment and new project work including City Streets Stage 2 and the Museum project. Consultation is now open on the Draft Annual Plan 2022/23, which outlines what Invercargill City […]

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