Invercargill


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Invercargill

(ĭnvərkär`gĭl), city (1996 pop. 53,208), extreme S South Island, New Zealand, on the Southland Plain. It is an agricultural center with timber, wool, and food-processing industries. The Bluff, on the Foveaux Strait, is its port.

Invercargill

a city in New Zealand, on South Island: regional trading centre for sheep and agricultural products. Pop.: 51 700 (2004 est.)
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Fitch has deemed the NZD30 million ICC on-lent to subsidiary Invercargill Holdings Limited (ICHL) as non-tax-supported debt, considering ICHL's financial self-sufficiency.
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2011: England beat Argentina 13-9 in their Rugby World Cup match in Dunedin, while Scotland overcame Romania 34-24 in Invercargill.
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Rain, sun, hail and wind have all hit the New Zealand capital on the same day for the past few weeks, and in the rain of Invercargill ten days ago Scotland struggled to break down a stubborn Georgia and relied on the boot of fly-half Dan Parks to kick them to a 15-6 victory.
Scotland arrived in Wellington on Thursday after achieving the target set by head coach Andy Robinson in Invercargill of two wins and a bonus point from their first two matches.
All their points against the stuffy, physical Georgians came from the boot of Dan Parks as the Scots failed to score a try against the World Cup minnows in Invercargill.
The Scots followed up the 34-24 bonus-point victory over Romania by winning an attritional battle against Georgia at Rugby Park Stadium in Invercargill, with Dan Parks kicking four penalties from seven attempts and a drop goal and Merab Kvirikashvili replying with two penalties.
Summary: Scotland arrived a week ago at Invercargill to a huge airport welcome.