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The Chathams Islands is a remote, awe-inspiring place
2019 Local Body elections will be held on 12 October 2019
Sets out our work and priorities for the next financial year
An overview of the Council’s activity for 2018/19
Understanding hazards and risks to build capability
Our work and priorities for the next decade
A quarterly newsletter about the environment
Published monthly and distributed to Islanders
A study on economic opportunities for the Islands
A report on the Chatham Islands economy
The final election results have been announced. Find out who is our new major and the new councillors.
Free financial planning training available through the Chatham Islands Housing Partnership Trust.
The Environment Canterbury biosecurity team have been announced as a finalist in the New Zealand Annual Biosecurity.
Following consultation with Imi, Iwi, and the Department of Conservation, an agreement was reached that the lagoon is not full enough to open at this time.
Calling all dog owners – pay your dog registration renewal by Friday 9 August and save $24 on the fee.
The opportunity to visit the Chatham Islands in a youth engagement and education capacity for Environment Canterbury was one Debbie couldn’t turn down.
Recently there have been some disappointing instances of rubbish dumping at the Owenga transfer station.
Do you live in one area and pay rates on a property in another?
Then you may qualify to vote more than once at the local authority elections on 12 October 2019
The Chatham Islands Council is preparing to publish its Annual Plan for 2019/20.
Waitangi has reached critical water storage levels, dropping to the point where urgent conservation is required.
There is no better time to spot Chilean Needle Grass (CNG) than right now. CNG is an invasive pest weed that poses a major threat to primary production and the biodiversity of dry grasslands.
The Chatham Islands have joined some of the most technologically advanced places in the world thanks to the completion of a brand-new Internet of Things (IoT) network.