Hundreds share views on Roadmap to Renewal

Hundreds of people have had their say on Invercargill City Council’s proposed Roadmap to Renewal, the consultation on the 2021-31 Long-Term Plan. Consultation closed at 5pm on Monday, 3 May. LTP Project Champion Councillor Alex Crackett said it was fantastic to see so many people took the chance to have their say. “We are so […]

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Flying poppies created in Invercargill

Invercargill residents created more than 30 hand-made poppies to add to a special banner being flown around the country to commemorate ANZAC Day. A national fundraiser, The Poppy Flight aimed to bring together remembrance and hope for the future, with proceeds going to the RSA and the Starship Foundation. More than 30 volunteer pilots throughout […]

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Restored Trooper unveiled

The hard graft of masons and restorers has been revealed this week when scaffolding and wrapping was removed from around Troopers’ memorial. The memorial was one of seven in Invercargill to receive funding from the Provincial Growth Fund for restoration work. Marcus Wainwright of Dunedin-based Wainwright & Co Stonemasons who worked on Troopers’ memorial, said […]

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Underground services work kick-starts streets upgrade

Work will soon get underway on the first stage of the Invercargill City Centre Streets Upgrade – Don and Esk, starting with essential work on underground pipes on Dee and Don Streets. The first projects agreed under the City Centre Master Plan, street renewals on Don and Esk to connect other city projects and make […]

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Murihiku Manu Wānanga (Workshop)

Keen to learn how to pop a manu? Ngā Kete Matauranga Pounamu Charitable Trust is hosting a Manu Wānanga (workshop) along with manu experts to impart knowledge and skills on how to do a Manu dive-bomb safely and with confidence. The workshop is aimed to increase whānau ora and connectedness through the medium of Manu […]

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