A month long pilot to locate the source of unpleasant odour in Timaru has ended, and we are looking at the data we received through the Smelt-it app.
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Canterbury is now at Alert Level 2. Find out more about how we are responding and adapting to government directives and the changing situation.
We are working closely with Hurunui District Council to manage the Amberley tyre stockpile where a large fire broke out recently.
Have your say on how our region's land transport network is developed over the next decade.
A range of resources have been developed for farmers to help them continue with rural recovery, resilience, and community support after the 2016 earthquakes.
The MyWay by Metro trial has been extended until October 2021, with a decision on its future to be made in June 2021.
We are gearing up to celebrate Parks Week, and encourage everyone to get out and explore their regional parks to see what these amazing spaces have to offer.
With the fire risk in Canterbury remaining high, the Lake Pukaki and Lake Ōhau fires in 2020 remind us of the devastation that wildfires can cause.
Over a period of more than 100 years, the Waitarakao lagoon has deteriorated. Find out more about the history of the lagoon and how it can be protected.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager Kevin Heays explains why farmers using grape marc must have consent to do so.
The draft Long-Term Plan 2021-31 was adopted on Thursday, marking a milestone for the elected members of the Canterbury Regional Council.
The Council has approved the draft Long-Term Plan 2021-31 for public consultation, with both consultation options proposing a rates rise.