There’s at least another month of cold temperatures ahead in Timaru, and households with older-style woodburners can continue to use them this winter without hesitation.
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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.
A word by Arapata Reuben, Zone Committee Chair, on what's been done to improve urban waterway health.
Changes to the rules around swing moorings are the focus of Environment Canterbury’s latest navigation safety newsletter.
The Co-Governors of Te Waihora / Lake Ellesmere (Environment Canterbury, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, Selwyn District Council and Christchurch City Council) today welcomed the Government’s announcement of funding of...
Rivers have gone dry, lakes have had algal blooms, new irrigation schemes are advancing…what does it all mean?
More than 530 Timaru households have received Environment Canterbury funding towards upgrading their home heating since 2012 – and there’s plenty of funding still available.
The people of Timaru told us they want to continue using woodburners to heat their homes, but they also want to breathe cleaner, healthier air.
Hundreds of people have taken the opportunity to learn more about water management in the Selwyn Waihora zone over the past two months.
Winter is providing no excuse to stay indoors for the hardworking volunteers behind the Otematata Wetlands Walkway restoration project, who have recently received funding for further development and planting.
Tackling water-related challenges head on and taking real action to improve Waimakariri’s waterways are key focus areas for Waimakariri Zone Chair David Ashby.David, a Fernside dairy farmer who has been...
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