World Refugee Day – June 20

EARLIER this year, in March, marked one yearsince Invercargill became home for many Colombian refugees. Next week, Thursday, June 20, is World Refugee Day. Here are three ways anyone can support World Refugee Day: 1. Volunteer your time with a community group or organisation supporting refugees. 2. Donate to a community group or organisation supporting […]

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Election candidates called for

Do you feel strongly about the future of your city? Now is your chance to give local politics a go and have your say. This October, the city will elect its Mayor and 12 Councillors for the Invercargill City Council. ICC is also managing the election process for the Bluff Community Board, where five people […]

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Emergency Management Southland Survey

Emergency Management Southland is undertaking a survey to find out how prepared Southlanders are for a Civil Defence Emergency. By filling out the survey you’ll help with future emergency planning for the region. You’ll also go in the draw to win one of five $200 grocery vouchers. Emergency Management Southland 2019 Preparedness Survey  

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Sandy Point Track Temporary Closure

Sandy Point track will be temporarily closed due to forestry operations. From Friday 12 April – Thursday 18 April public access to Rovers Track at Sandy Point will be closed while site preparation for forestry is underway. Please contact the Parks Office if you have any questions or comments: phone (03)2199070; email parks@icc.govt.nz

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New Anderson Park Walkway Opened

On Friday, March 15, a new walkway at Anderson Park was opened as part of Discover Our Parks for Parks Week. The new walkway is 750 metres long and took about six months to complete. It was a stunning day, with an amazing performance from the Aurora College Kapa Haka group and a beautiful blessing […]

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