Environmentally friendly switch to hybrid vehicles will lower operating costs and emissions

In an effort to control what emissions Invercargill City Council is putting out into the environment, it has started the process of switching some of its fuel-consuming vehicles to hybrid and electric vehicles. Part of Council’s Motor Vehicle Policy is to consider Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) safety, CO2 emissions, cost-saving purposes and to […]

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Water restrictions likely for Invercargill

Water restrictions likely for Invercargill 26 01 23 Invercargill district residents may see restrictions on hosing and sprinklers as soon as next week. Although rain is forecast, the overall outlook for February is for dry conditions to continue, meaning it is increasingly probable that water restrictions will be imposed in Invercargill and Bluff. Invercargill City […]

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