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The Chathams Islands is a remote, awe-inspiring place
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Today the Chatham Islands Council has sent the first edition of its new e-newsletter to members of the community.
Last year when Tourism Chatham Islands (TCI) was established, who would have predicted the current situation with visitors to the Chatham Islands today.
Over the past 12 months, there have been considerable changes within Emergency Management in New Zealand, in response to the Technical Advisory Group Review.
The Chatham Islands Council adopted the 2020/21 Annual Plan on Monday 22 June 2020.
We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, for the safety of our staff and yourself.
There are still plenty of ways to mark ANZAC Day from our bubbles at home.
The opportunity to visit the Chatham Islands in a youth engagement and education capacity for Environment Canterbury was one Debbie couldn’t turn down.
There have been some disappointing instances of rubbish dumping at the Owenga transfer station.
Chilean Needle Grass (CNG) is an invasive pest weed that poses a major threat to primary production and the biodiversity of dry grasslands. Once established, CNG is very difficult to eliminate.
Moki is a one-year old Jack Russell Terrier, and he’s the newest member of the Chatham Islands Council biosecurity team. Moki’s mission – to keep Pitt Island rat-free.
On August 14, 1868 at 10.15am, a magnitude 8.5-9.5 earthquake struck off the coast of Chile.
Tsunami evacuation zones for the Chatham Islands are now online on Canterbury Maps.