Diversions for Bond Street roundabout renewal

Our contractors will be renewing the asphalt on the Bond Street roundabout next week.   This means there will be diversions, road closures, and temporary speed limits in place.   For those of you heading to the airport to catch a flight, please make sure you allow extra time for the diversion!   Note the […]

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Council committed to City Block Development

The Invercargill City Council has reaffirmed its commitment to the City Block Development, following the withdrawal of one of the project’s investors. On Tuesday afternoon, Council received confirmation that Geoff Thomson had withdrawn from the development, and will make no further investment. However, Mr Thomson has offered to leave his previous investments in HWCP for […]

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Great South Chief Executive appointment

Great South’s Board of Directors have appointed Graham Budd as the organisation’s Chief Executive. Currently Chief Executive for Destination Queenstown, Mr Budd has previously held a number of executive and general manager positions in the agriculture and fast-moving consumer goods sectors and will take up his new position with Great South in early February 2020. […]

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Emergency works closes Marama Ave North intersection

The intersection of Marama Ave North, where it meets Dunns Road, is currently closed due to emergency works. A stormwater drain has collapsed beneath the road, and our contractors are working to remedy the situation. At present, there is no access into, or out of, Marama Ave North from Dunns Road. If you need to […]

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Consultation underway for draft Local Alcohol Policy

Invercargill and Southland residents are encouraged to have their say on the Draft Combined Local Alcohol Policy, which is out for consultation now. The policy, which is shared by Invercargill City and Southland District Councils, will replace the first Combined LAP that became operative in in 2016. Invercargill City Council Acting Environmental Health Manager Michael […]

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