Proposed local alcohol policy

By Michael Morris Acting Manager – Environmental Health On Monday 4 November 2019 ICC, together with the Southland District Council, will publicly notify the new Proposed Local Alcohol Policy (LAP). This is a joint Policy from both councils setting our rules and guidelines for alcohol related activities.  It covers matters such as engagement between Sensitive […]

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New faces for Holdco, IAL boards

Invercargill City Holdings Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of three new directors. Grant Lilly has been appointed as chair of Invercargill Airport Limited and Peter Carnahan and John Schol have been appointed as directors on Invercargill City Holdings Limited. Mr Lilly has an extensive background in the aviation and tourism industries, having just […]

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Scholarship recipients named

The 2019 Alex Lindsay Memorial Scholarships have been awarded to Lewis Thomson and Brendan Peters from Invercargill. Brendan is studying towards his Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance and Lewis is planning to continue his violin studies and achieve his ATCL. The Alex Lindsay Memorial Scholarship honours Alex Lindsay, a distinguished violinist, conductor, orchestra leader […]

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Green machine impresses at cemetery

  By Ricky Mulqueen Cemetery Team Leader We now have our new fully electric ride-on mower operational at the cemetery/crematorium. The mower has three batteries which, when charged, give up to seven hours operation. Compared to the standard diesel mowers the ‘green machine’ is very quiet and has no diesel fumes which makes it ideal […]

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Software to speed up and simplify consent process

The death of the clipboard is imminent as the Invercargill City Council Building Services team goes digital. Building inspectors have this week begun electronic inspections – swapping their clipboards for tablets. Electronic inspections are the first step in the rollout of Go Get – a suite of applications and services which simplifies the building consent […]

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City kids’ work on way to sister city + Gallery

By Mary Napper Community Development Manager Ten paintings created by Invercargill young people are on their way to Jiangsu province in China. This is the second year the Invercargill City Council has been invited to send paintings to China for the competition, in recognition of our Sister City friendship with Suqian. The competition’s theme for 2019 is […]

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