Council affirms AA+ credit rating again

Invercargill City Council has again been affirmed as having an AA+ Stable credit rating by international credit rating agency Fitch Ratings.  A corporate credit rating is an assessment of a company’s creditworthiness. The credit rating helps investors or lenders determine the risks and the organisations capacity to manage debt, meaning it is less difficult for […]

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Council marks passing of Her Majesty The Queen

Invercargill City Council is preparing to officially mark the passing of Her Majesty The Queen. It was announced by Buckingham Palace that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II passed away on 8 September 2022 (GMT) at Balmoral. His Worship the Mayor Tim Shadbolt was the first to sign the city’s condolences book at Council’s Civic Administration […]

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City’s stories safeguarded by project

Invercargill City Council’s mission to digitise tens of thousands of paper property files will be celebrated this week at the opening of the exedee Invercargill Digitisation Centre.  The 33,000 Council property files, currently housed in the basement of the Civic Administration Building, are being scanned and digitally recorded by digitisation specialists exedee, whose Invercargill office […]

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Council files going digital

Residents wanting information held on Invercargill City Council property files will enjoy much faster service in the future as the city’s property files go digital. Council’s property files are currently housed in the basement of the Central Administration Building and comprise thousands of paper files which are accessed daily by Council staff as well as […]

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