Meeting to discuss future of Sandy Point facility

Whether you’re a boatie, a business owner, or simply keen on having a chat about the future of the water ski area at Sandy Point, you’re invited to a public meeting to discuss future options for the area. Interim Parks and Recreation Manager Michele Frey said the meeting was being called to understand whether there […]

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Clean Up Week

Invercargill City Council and WasteNet are supporting Clean Up Week New Zealand, which runs 7-13 September 2020. Keep New Zealand Beautiful Trust runs Clean Up Week every year. Last year over 52,000 volunteers picked up 507,000 kilograms of litter nationwide. WasteNet is offering registered groups the ability to dispose of their collected litter for free at […]

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Vandals damage Otatara Scenic Reserve

Invercargill City Council staff are echoing the calls of two young Otatara residents: stop damaging our reserves. Council parks rangers have been called up to repair a vandalised section of the Otatara Scenic Reserve Track after a pair of siblings shared their outrage. It is the latest incident in what has become an ongoing problem, […]

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Chinese Garden development continues

Earlier in 2019 Council committed to commencing construction on the Chinese Garden to an amended design that would fit with the original planned budget, yet also be in keeping with the original design intent. Since this time the Parks and Recreation Team have been busy at work with key elements of the project now either […]

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