ICC asks: Extra Money for City Block?

Invercargill City Council is asking its community: should we invest extra money in the city block? At a meeting on Monday, Councillors agreed to seek feedback from the community on further investment in the city block development. At this stage, Council’s preferred option is to invest a further $16million in the development, and to invest […]

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Together Southland, let’s rediscover #My Southland!

With Alert Level 2 promising more freedom to reconnect with friends, family and travel, there is no better time to rediscover the secrets of the south! Southland’s Regional Development Agency, Great South, has partnered with Destination Fiordland to launch phase two of its Together Southland campaign and is encouraging Southlanders to rediscover and share their […]

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Solid Waste Services under Alert Level 2

Solid waste services will be returning to a new normal as New Zealand moves to Alert Level 2 on Thursday 14 May. Council transfer stations will be returning to normal operating hours from Thursday, excluding Gore Transfer Station, which will be returning to normal hours from Monday 18 May. Facilities will continue operating the safe […]

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ICC reopens at Alert Level 2

Invercargill City Council is delighted to be able to welcome customers back into its offices, facilities, and places people love to visit at Alert Level 2, albeit with some changes in place. Splash Palace, Invercargill Public Library, Bluff Service Centre, and the Civic Administration Building will all open their doors to the public on Thursday […]

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Name of transitional art gallery and museum revealed

Southland’s together space, the collaboration between the Invercargill Public Art Gallery and the Southland Museum and Art Gallery, is to be called He Waka Tuia Art + Museum. Shared with the Art + Museum by Iwi Liaison Komiti Michael Skerrett, Shona Fordyce, Peggy Peek, Taare Bradshaw and Evelyn Cook, He Waka Tuia means the vehicle […]

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ICC changes staff pay proposal

Invercargill City Council is today making changes to a proposal regarding staff pay during COVID-19. Chief Executive Clare Hadley said following feedback from staff on the proposal, it was decided that all staff would continue to receive Pandemic Leave for the current pay period (ending Sunday 10 May). “Our proposal was made at a time […]

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