Strengthening works required for Civic, He Waka Tuia

Seismic strengthening works are set to commence at two Invercargill City Council premises after updated assessments revealed room for improvement, but it should not disrupt business as usual. As part of a thorough assessment of Council facilities, in line with updated building standards introduced in 2017, the Civic Theatre and He Waka Tuia Art + […]

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Museum governance group members appointed

The members of a governance group that will make recommendations to the Invercargill City Council on the best outcomes to deliver a future museum in the city have been appointed. As part of deliberations on the LTP, Council agreed to establish the governance group. The purpose of the group is to create a unique and […]

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Work starts on City Streets Upgrade this August

The final touches are going on the City Streets Upgrade design, and the project team has confirmed the work programme. Invercargill City Council Roading Manager Russell Pearson said parts of Don Street and all of Esk Street, between Dee and Kelvin Streets, will be closed to traffic from late August, however pedestrian access will be […]

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Splash Palace raft slide closed for maintenance

The raft slide at Splash Palace is closed until further notice while staff address a structural issue with one of the supporting columns. Invercargill City Council Group Manager – Leisure and Recreation Steve Gibling said although the column is not critical it will need to be replaced. “The column had shifted a few millimetres towards […]

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Statement regarding three waters reform

Central Government has today announced its approach to Three Waters reform including the creation of four large publicly owned water entities to take responsibility for the management of drinking water, wastewater and stormwater across the country. As part of this announcement the Government has also released data provided by local authorities in February this year […]

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