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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
An overview of the Council’s activity
Resource management framework summary
Transport priorities for 2021 – 2031
Dog Control Bylaw overview
Waitangi Beach vehicle bylaw
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 is once again running its residents and ratepayers’ satisfaction survey.
The Manaaki Whanau O Wharekauri Trust, formerly known as the Morgue/Marque Committee, has been established to provide funeral services for our Island whanau.
We are reviewing our Waste Management and Minimisation Plan and a new bylaw.
Hamish Chisholm gives us the latest Predator Free Chatham update, which includes a warning about rat populations and the PF2050 Project Hui.
We have met with iwi/imi, central government, and local businesses about fuel supply and freight requirements with the Southern Tiare out of service.
The Chatham Islands Community has come together to discuss the findings from the Chatham Islands Investment Strategy survey.
We currently have two vacancies at Chatham Islands Council.
In accordance with the Local Electoral Amendment Act 2002 the Chatham Islands Council is required to review its representation arrangements.
We’re on the lookout for our next Chief Executive.
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.