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The Chathams Islands is a remote, awe-inspiring place that is full of birdlife and incredible history making for an unforgettable visit.The islands were first inhabited by Moriori, who named the islands 'Rekohu' – translated as 'misty skies' or 'misty sun'.
New Chatham Islands Council website improves access to information for residents.
Tsunami evacuation zones for the Chatham Islands are now online on Canterbury Maps.
On August 14, 1868 at 10.15am (Chatham Islands time), a magnitude 8.5-9.5 earthquake struck off the coast of Arica, Northern Chile, generating a large tsunami that started to move across...
This year Chatham Islands residents will receive a rates calendar with a difference after an art competition involving all the Island’s school kids.