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LPC’s latest news.

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Cruise Berth putting Lyttelton on the map

02 May 2019 New Zealand’s first ever custom-built cruise ship facility is now officially set to be opened by the Lyttelton Port Company in November 2020. Read more

Lyttelton Port Company Chief Executive to Retire

29 April 2019 Lyttelton Port Company Chief Executive Peter Davie has today announced he will be retiring at the end of 2019. Read more

Easter Weekend and Anzac Day Hours at Lyttelton Port Company

05 April 2019 This notice outlines the hours of operation for LPC port services during Easter weekend, Friday 19 April to Monday 22 April, and ANZAC Day Thursday 25 April, 2019. Read more

LPC Update

05 December 2018 This is the latest issue of the LPC Update with news about what's happening at the Lyttelton Port Company. Read more


21 November 2018 For the past 12 weeks, locals and visitors to Lyttelton Port have seen one of the world's largest dredges, the Fairway, travelling up and down the channel carrying out Lyttelton Port Company's (LPC) Channel Deepening Project. On the weekend she left Lyttelton bound for Singapore, as her role in the dredging project is complete. Read more


31 October 2018 The Rio de Janeiro, the largest container ship to ever call at Lyttelton Port, arrived on October 27, and is a new class of ship to call at the Port. Read more

Te Ana Marina official opening

31 October 2018 Te Ana Marina has officially opened, and is the Port’s first step towards regenerating the Inner Harbour as a vibrant community-focused destination, with direct connections to Lyttelton township. Read more

Penguin spying keeps at-risk birds safe

21 September 2018 Lyttelton Port is working with ecologists to protect penguins as construction begins on the new cruise berth. Ecologist Annabelle Coates gets down on her hands and knees at the western end of Cashin Quay shining a torch into holes in the rocky shore. She looks for the distinctive white splat of a little white flippered penguin. Read more
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