Council secures funding to innovate streets

Invercargill City Council has been successful in its application for funding for three special projects which will bring the chance to truly innovate the city’s streets. About $400,000 has been awarded to Council from the Waka Kotahi Innovating Streets pilot fund. Roading Manager Russell Pearson said the Innovating Streets fund was all about offering Council […]

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Change to library hours

From Monday 2 November the weekday opening hours at the Invercargill Public Library will be changing to close one hour earlier at 6:00pm. Opening times during the weekends, and at the Bluff Public Library and Leven Street Car Park remain unchanged. Monday 9:00am – 6:00pm Tuesday 9:00am – 6:00pm Wednesday 9:00am – 6:00pm Thursday 9:00am […]

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Mayor appoints Nobby Clark to Deputy Mayor role

His Worship the Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt has appointed Councillor Nobby Clark to the role of Deputy Mayor. Mayor Tim said Cr Clark’s appointment will take effect from 20 October, 2020. The Mayor’s decision will be tabled at the next meeting of Council as required by Standing Orders.

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Biddle to step down from Council

Invercargill City Council Deputy Mayor Toni Biddle is today announcing that she has resigned from Council, stepping down from the table later this month. Ms Biddle said her decision was not taken lightly and it had taken some time to come to terms with. “My time at Council has been both incredibly fulfilling and, at […]

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Council cleans up after wet and windy weather

Council staff and contractors are working quickly throughout the city, dealing with the fallout from wet and windy weather during the past few days. Earlier this week, high rainfall followed by wild winds compromised trees in Queens Park, while surface flooding has resulted in contractors needing to pump floodwaters from private properties in Otatara, and […]

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