Anderson House repair work complete

Invercargill City Council’s work on historic Anderson House is now complete after well over six months of earthquake strengthening and exterior repairs. Anderson House, which was gifted to Council in the 1950s, was closed in January 2014 as it was found to be a serious earthquake risk. Council Manager Business Transition (Venues and Events) Richard […]

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Voting opens for 2022 elections

Voting papers are on their way to enrolled voters as voting opens for the 2022 local body elections. Voting is open for Invercargill City Council, Bluff Community Board and the Invercargill Licensing Trust, as well as Southland District Council, Environment Southland and Gore District Council. Enrolled voters will receive their papers in the post and […]

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City Streets completion date decided

Updated programming means there is now a clear picture of the rest of the City Streets project timeline. Invercargill City Council has been upgrading the inner-city streets to create attractive streetscape connections between the Invercargill Central development, HWR Tower and Langlands Hotel developments. Invercargill City Council Group Manager Finance and Assurance Michael Day said updated […]

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Council marks passing of Her Majesty The Queen

Invercargill City Council is preparing to officially mark the passing of Her Majesty The Queen. It was announced by Buckingham Palace that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II passed away on 8 September 2022 (GMT) at Balmoral. His Worship the Mayor Tim Shadbolt was the first to sign the city’s condolences book at Council’s Civic Administration […]

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