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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
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
As part of the Mayors Task Force for Jobs, six groups have travelled to Otaki for their driver licence upgrade this winter.
The New Zealand Government released its Essential Freshwater Package in 2020.
Local elections for Chatham Islands Council positions will be held by postal vote on Saturday 8 October 2022.
The Chatham Islands Council adopted the 2022/23 Annual Plan on Wednesday 22 June 2022.
Council has recently commenced several projects with its consultant, Stantec, that aim to improve the way we manage rubbish and recycling on the Chatham Islands
As we move towards utilising the landfill at Owenga, there will be changes at the Te One Waste Management Transfer Station.
Myrtle rust has been discovered on the Chatham Islands which could affect garden plants. Know what to look out for and what to do.
Keep your home rat free this upcoming winter.
Kaingaroa school students get involved with weather monitoring on the Chatham Islands.
The Chatham Island Jockey Club celebrates 150 years of racing in December 2024.
Findings from Mark McNeill and Colin Fergusson from AgResearch's visit to the Chatham Islands will provide fresh insights.
The Council adopted the unaudited 2020/21 Annual Report at a meeting on Thursday 16 December 2021.