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.
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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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The various musical organisations included brass and military bands (15) (the Taranaki Rifles Volunteer Band, the Invercargill City Band, the Oamaru Naval Artillery Band, and the New Zealand Brass and Military Band Association), churches (especially for the purpose of fundraising for organs), and those organising specific events (such as the Wellington Festival Choral Society).
In June, Invercargill City Council lit up its water tower in yellow as a reminder to parents to get their children vaccinated.