Environment Canterbury is urging farmers impacted by cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis to contact their local zone team.
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Environment Canterbury, Christchurch City Council and the Canterbury District Health Board are committed to working together to resolve quarry dust issues in the Yaldhurst area.
Note: This news article was originally published on 25 May 2017.There has been increased interest in water bottling consents recently so we thought we’d clear up a few things.
In the middle of a rural suburb in Christchurch, tension between residents and the quarrying industry is coming to a head.
A fish screen is required whenever a water take could impact fish. They are designed to protect fish, including trout, salmon as well as native fish by keeping them out...
Environment Canterbury has today released a report commissioned by the five agencies with statutory responsibility for land and water management in the iconic Mackenzie Basin.
Mark Webb has been working as a field officer for over 20 years and worked alongside the Opuha Dam Company to ensure the Opihi River continues to flow.
Half of Timaru’s water supply, and 9 of 12 water schemes in the district are supplied with water from the Opihi River- a fact not many might know.
Work to close the two remaining gaps in the secondary stopbanks system for the Ashley River/Rakahuri starts this month.
Two companies have been fined a total of $41,000 for causing sediment contamination of a Christchurch stream.
When it comes to looking after ‘our environment’ we have to think much wider than just the often-talked-about nitrates in our fresh water.
Twenty-five new bat roost boxes have now been put up in trees near Te Ngāwai River by Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora water zone committee members and their farm.