ICC by-election: Last day to post your vote

Today is the last day for posting votes in the Invercargill City By-Election to make sure they arrive in time to be counted. Deputy Electoral Officer Michael Morris said there was still plenty of time for anyone who missed the postal deadline to drop their vote off in person. “If you haven’t quite managed to […]

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Rules and guidelines confirmed for election signs

On 29 June 2020 Invercargill City Council granted a Resource Consent for all political parties contesting the 2020 National Elections to erect and place hoardings and other election signs. Signs can go up from 18 July 2020 and must be removed on 18 September (the day before the Election). Trailer signs require permission from Council’s […]

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Deputy Mayor, committee chairpersons announced

His Worship the Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt has today announced his chosen Deputy Mayor and committee chairpersons for the new term, as he reflects on the recent election. “Despite the inadequacies of our postal services, there was a relatively high response by voters in this year’s Local Government elections in Invercargill,” Sir Tim said. “From […]

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