Govt Ministers hold Tiwai briefing

Southland Mayors and their Deputies, the Chair of Environment Southland and Deputy together with local iwi met with Cabinet Ministers Grant Robertson and Megan Woods in Invercargill today. Mayor of Gore District Tracy Hicks, speaking as the Chair of the Southland Mayoral Forum said the meeting was useful to update Southland on what was happening […]

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Gates to protect, preserve Bluff Cemetery

Visitors to Bluff Cemetery will soon be greeted by a pair of beautiful gates, instead of a vandalised area. Invercargill City Council Parks Performance Manager Zealan Simpkins said parks staff had come up with a fitting solution to an unfortunate problem at the cemetery. “Sadly, people have been driving into the cemetery at all hours […]

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Site investigation for Bluff Playground

Work to understand the possible impacts from historic fuel tanks which were once located on a Bluff playground will begin early next month. The land, now home to the Slaney Street Playground, was leased from the Bluff Borough Council by Europa (now BP) until 1987, and was the site of a significant fuel storage facility. […]

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Two days left for Bluff Bursary applications

Bluff residents have just two days left to get their application in for the Bluff Community Board Bursary. The bursary is $2,000 per annum for three years for: Candidates enrolled for a full-time course of study at University or other agreed establishment within New Zealand. Candidates who are making applications for admission to a University […]

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Bluff Board News

Read the latest newsletter from the Bluff Community Board to catch up on all the latest happenings in Bluff. This issue includes Chairman Raymond Fife’s report, an update from Parks and Recreation and information on the the Invercargill to Bluff Cycleway and Ocean Beach cleanup.  

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