COVID-19 Information

The Invercargill City Council is taking the lead from the Ministry of Health and Central Government in relation to COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). For information, updates, and health advice,  including FAQs and what financial assistance may be available please visit: wwww.covid19.govt.nz Council offers many options to access its services online. Use My Invercargill to report a problem, make […]

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Splash Palace, Invercargill and Bluff Public Libraries to close

Splash Palace, along with Invercargill and Bluff libraries, will be closed to the public from the end of today. Invercargill City Council Chief Executive Clare Hadley said the decision to close these public facilities was not taken lightly, and was based on recent announcements and guidance in relation to Covid-19. “We feel this is the […]

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Roundabouts close to completion

The roads around the new Marama Roundabout have reopened. 30km/h speed limits are still in place until the contractors have completed all the minor works including top soiling and installing non regulatory road marking. This is planned to be completed by the end of next week. Work on the Rockdale Road, Tweed Street, and Oteramika […]

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Stirling Point Track reopens

Stirling Point Track is due to reopen today following the construction of a new boardwalk. A Kingtide storm event washed away a piece of the existing path at Stirling Point walkway making the existing bank unstable for public use, resulting in the construction of a new medium term boardwalk. Working closely with Heritage NZ, a […]

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Council tenant celebrates milestone

The Invercargill City Council’s oldest tenant celebrated her 100th birthday on Saturday. Originally from Scotland, Agnes Lily Cunningham known as Lily emigrated and settled in Christchurch with her husband in 1964, following her sister who come over to New Zealand as a nurse and married an Invercargill man. Lily’s husband was a fisherman and served […]

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Record low for unregistered dogs

This year the number of unregistered dogs has hit a record low of 33 out of 9076 registered dogs, this time last year 50 dogs remained unregistered. Manager Environmental Services Betty Holden said this uptake can be attributed to the proactive work by the Animal Services team. “The team have and will continue to educate […]

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