Council calls for community views on representation

The shape of Invercargill’s future representation is to be decided later this year with an initial proposal out for consultation despite New Zealand’s current COVID-19 alert levels. A representation review enables the community to have a say in how city councillors are elected, how many councillors there are in total and whether there should be […]

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Receipt of Report Delayed

The receipt of a review into progress on governance issues at Invercargill City Council, which was due this week, has been postponed. The Council’s six-month review of progress to address governance issues raised in the Thomson Report was due to be received by Councillors in a Risk and Assurance Committee meeting on Thursday 19 August, but has been […]

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Review tracks improvements in Council governance

Invercargill City Council intends to carry out a six-month review of progress to address governance matters raised in the Thomson Report. The review, the details of which will be considered and agreed by the full Council next week, is expected to be completed by the end of July and will consider the steps the council […]

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Hundreds share views on Roadmap to Renewal

Hundreds of people have had their say on Invercargill City Council’s proposed Roadmap to Renewal, the consultation on the 2021-31 Long-Term Plan. Consultation closed at 5pm on Monday, 3 May. LTP Project Champion Councillor Alex Crackett said it was fantastic to see so many people took the chance to have their say. “We are so […]

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Chance to chat to Councillors about Our Roadmap to Renewal

Invercargill residents will have a chance to chat to Councillors about the proposed Roadmap to Renewal at special Long-Term Plan consultation events in the coming weeks. The first event will be a round table discussion with Councillors Darren Ludlow and Lesley Soper at the Kennington Kennel Club tomorrow from 6pm until 8pm, followed by a […]

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