Feedback sought on museum rebuild options

The Invercargill community will this month be asked their views on options identified for the future of the region’s museum. Invercargill City Council committed in its Long Term Plan 2021-2031 to invest $39.4 million to redevelop the region’s museum and art gallery and agreed to review whether a new building would better meet the region’s […]

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Parks Week underway

Invercargill City Council wants people out and about and enjoying our city parks to celebrate Parks Week 2022. Parks Week is an annual event designed to celebrate the vital role parks play in our communities. Invercargill City Council manager Parks and Recreation Caroline Rain said Council had come up with a fun and unique way […]

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Residents survey underway

Invercargill residents are being asked about how they think Council is doing in the 2022 Invercargill City Council Residents Survey. A pamphlet explaining how to take part in the online survey was sent to residents this month. The survey asks respondents to rate various aspects of different council facilities, asks about infrastructure, services and about […]

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City may face water restrictions

Invercargill residents may see water restrictions as soon as next week as the Ōreti River, where the city’s water comes from, is at risk of running low. Invercargill City Council Group Manager Infrastructure Erin Moogan said the Ōreti River flow has been in the low range since December 2021. When the river flow drops to […]

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Kiwis’ Choice for Queens Park

  Queens Park was named the Kiwi’s Choice winner in Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s Beautiful Awards at an event in Wellington on Thursday, February 17. Invercargill’s Queens Park was announced as a finalist last year, competing with four other spots from throughout New Zealand for the Kiwi’s Choice award, which is chosen by online public […]

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