The latest Council news and events
Our staff and elected representatives
Find out about upcoming meetings and read agendas
Social, economic, environmental and cultural wellbeing
How to request official information from the Council
The Chathams Islands is a remote, awe-inspiring place
Information on the upcoming local election
Sets out our work and priorities for the next financial year
Our work and priorities for the next decade
Resource management framework summary
Dog Control Bylaw overview
An overview of the Council’s activity
Waitangi Beach vehicle bylaw
Transport priorities for 2021 – 2031
Managing boating and other activities on water
Understanding hazards and risks to build capability
A report on the Chatham Islands economy
The Chatham Islands Council has a small library situated in the reception area.
Fiction and non-fiction books have been donated and are free to borrow.
Wellington City Library(external link) supports our library, and sends a variety of books and DVDs bi-monthly.
Chatham Islands Council facilitates and manages loans to individual customers from this collection whilst it is on loan to them. Book requests can be made at reception.
Chatham Islands residents can also access the full collection at Wellington City Libraries by joining their library service.
This membership has the same conditions as Wellington residents, except members on the Chathams are required to pay postage for deliveries. Most items are issued for six weeks. This also entitles customers to use Wellington City Libraries’ online services, including:
These online services can be accessed using your Wellington City Libraries library card number.
Chatham Islands Council initiates the membership process to monitor eligibility, then the customer relationship is directly with Wellington City Libraries.
For further information about services Wellington City Libraries can provide Chatham Islands residents, or to become a library member, please contact the Chatham Islands Council office.