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Our submission on the low slope map for the Government’s stock exclusion regulations was successful.
The Te One transfer station will no longer be accepting waste that isn't sorted.
We are seeking feedback on what makes the Chatham Islands great so we can update our Investment Strategy.
We are raising money and encouraging donations to our adopted community of Hastings to help with disaster relief funds.
Hamish Chisholm from Predator Free Chathams updates us about recent University of Otago students, planting days, and pests.
There will be a civil defence training exercise on the Islands on 15 March to test the capability and capacity of our organisations.
Blind Jim's has had a makeover, and it's the perfect place to have a picnic in the sun.
The Government has set out two Bills to replace the Resource Management Act. These are open for consultation until 5 February 2023.
The Council will be closed from midday 23 December to 9 January but we will still have staff able to answer any calls.
Reporting faults on the mobile network is important for understanding problems and improving the service.
Prime Minister Jacinda Arden visited the Chatham Island on November 25 to open the new civic building and museum.
As part of their biennial compliance monitoring, Environment Canterbury staff will be visiting the Islands.