Lyttelton Port loses chair weeks after CEO departs

Lyttelton Port loses chair weeks after CEO departs
Lyttelton Port Co has lost its chair and CEO within two weeks. (Image: George Heard/NZME)
Oliver Lewis
The chair of Lyttelton Port Co (LPC) has resigned less than a fortnight after chief executive Kirstie Gardener abruptly departed, citing differences with the board.Chair Margaret Devlin and fellow director Don Elder have resigned from the Lyttelton port operator's board effective immediately, Christchurch City Holdings Ltd (CCHL), which owns the port and other assets on behalf of the council, said in a statement on Thursday morning.CCHL had recently completed an independent review of the Lyttelton Port board due to concerns about its abilit...

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