Queens Park fish installation success

By Michael Solitt Stormwater Technical Officer On 21 September, Council, in association with Environment Southland, Department of Conservation, Southern Landcare Trust, Otago University and several of Invercargill’s Rotary Clubs took part in a Conservation Week event held at Queens Park. We were lucky to have such nice weather for the event, meaning it was well […]

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Youth Council welcomes former refugees

By Libby Flett Invercargill Youth Councillor Invercargill is home to over 140 Colombian former refugees and to make sure they feel welcome the Invercargill Youth Council United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Committee decided to organise a ‘picnic in the park’ at Queens Park for the Colombian Youth on the afternoon of Friday the 20th of […]

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Gambling Harm Awareness event this weekend

A community event at Wachner Place this weekend promises plenty of family fun, in the name of raising awareness of gambling harm. Nga Kete Matauranga Pounamu Charitable Trust, the ILT Foundation, and Invercargill City Council have joined forces to offer the Gambling Harm Awareness event to encourage families to take time out from gambling and […]

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Indian Independence day marked at Council

Council and Indian Community Southland joined together on Thursday morning to celebrate Indian Independence Day, August 15. Despite true Southland winter weather, there was a good turn out for the ceremony outside the Civic Administration Building. His Worship the Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt attended the event as chief guest and was welcomed in the traditional […]

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Indian Independence Day 15 August

On 15 August 1947 India gained its independence and has been the largest democracy in the world ever since. The Indian Community in Southland with Invercargill City Council is celebrating Indian Independence day on 15 August 2019 at 9.15am in front of the City Council Building. The event will be attended by His Worship Sir Tim Shadbolt […]

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