Collaboration underway on governance Action Plan

Invercargill City Council is pushing ahead with its Governance Review Action Plan, with the project’s Governance Group this week confirming a timeline of activities and the tasks of five working groups. The Governance Group, which includes the Council’s two new External Appointees, the Deputy Mayor, a Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) representative and an Independent […]

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Funding secured for war memorials

Seven war memorials will soon receive some extra special treatment, thanks to funding from the Provincial Growth Fund (PGF). Invercargill City Council has received $680,000 from PGF for the restoration work on the important monuments. The Council applied for the funding when PGF offered the one-time initiative to help repair community memorials and town halls. […]

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Feldwick Gates upgrade to start

One of our City’s favourite and most photogenic spots is about to get an upgrade, with work about to start at the entranceway to Queens Park – Feldwick Gates. In June, Council’s Infrastructural Services Committee agreed to give the gates and surrounding area a facelift, prompted by the need to remove some of the marcrocarpas […]

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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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