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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 for 2020/21
Understanding hazards and risks to build capability
A report on the Chatham Islands economy
Find out more about what Predator Free Chathams has been up to in the past months including a visit from the Minister of Conservation, Hon Poto Williams.
Lots of thoughtful ideas about the Chatham Island airport terminal extension came out of the meeting with locals.
Planning to live in a tiny house? The Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment has guidance to help you out.
Two plaques acknowledging the Chathams war efforts have been installed outside the Council and Museum building.
The consultation period on a plan to introduce a levy on agricultural emissions of greenhouse gases is now open.
Monique Croon has officially been re-elected Mayor of the Chatham Islands, with the release of the final results.
An electrical malfunction in the Waitangi water system means water use must be monitored and conserved.
During a routine check, our dive team found invasive pests attached to a boat in Waitangi.
Councillor Jason Seymour will not seek re-election for the Chatham Islands Council in 2022.
Election voting packs will be sent out from Friday 16 September. You have until noon on Saturday 8 October to vote.
An update from Hamish Tuanui-Chisholm on the Predator Free Chathams project.
Thanks to those who attended the Essential Freshwater Package Q&A session on 1 August.