Refunds for incorrectly issued parking infringements

Invercargill City Council has made the decision to refund all parking tickets between 1 July 2022 and 29 February 2024 that were incorrectly issued under the current Parking Control Bylaw. Any tickets that have been issued, for failing to activate the parking meter in a metered space will be cancelled and refunded. Council Chief Executive […]

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Invercargill City Council Chambers on the move

From Tuesday 21 May, all Invercargill City Council meetings will temporarily shift to the Victoria Room in the Civic Theatre. Council Manager Governance and Legal Michael Morris said the move was prompted by building works that were being undertaken at Te Hīnaki – Civic Building in Esk St. “Council Chambers will be temporarily relocating to […]

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By-election voting opens

The voting period for the 2023 Invercargill City Council by-election opens on Thursday July 13, with voting documents due to arrive in letterboxes from today. A by-election, triggered following the resignation of former councillor Nigel Skelt in May, has attracted 14 candidates. Council Deputy Electoral Officer and Manager Governance and Legal Michael Morris said all […]

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Candidate statements published

  Candidate statements from the 14 Council hopefuls in the 2023 Invercargill City Council by-election have been published. Nominations for the Invercargill City Council by-election opened on 11 May following the resignation of former councillor Nigel Skelt, also in May. Council Deputy Electoral Officer and Manager Governance and Legal Michael Morris said the candidate statements […]

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14 candidates for by-election as nominations close

  The nomination period for candidates wishing to stand in the upcoming Invercargill City Council by-election has now closed, with 14 candidates putting their names forward. Nominations for the Invercargill City Council by-election opened on 11 May following the resignation of former councillor Nigel Skelt, also in May. Council Deputy Electoral Officer and Manager Governance […]

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Governance Review Legacy Report notes progress and future steps

Invercargill City Council has received a report that tracks its progress in responding to governance matters raised in late 2020 and recommends next steps. The Governance Review Legacy Report was presented to today’s Project Governance Group (PGG) meeting and will be formally considered by the Council at its meeting next week (Tuesday 10 May). It […]

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