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Investigations into the cause of dead fish in the Heathcote River/Ōpāwaho are continuing, after a suspected discharge incident.
If you own a property with a dam, you should start thinking about the new dam safety regulations that come into force on 13 May 2024.
Councillor Vicky Southworth, is pleased with the fare trial's success, emphasising the cost-effectiveness and convenience of public transport.
A recent study of vertical land movement has shed new light on the extent and speed of sea-level rise happening in parts of Christchurch.
We're developing a 'Pets on buses' policy, with input from groups and stakeholders and ask for community feedback in the second half of next year.
Chair Peter Scott shares his views on the new Government's policy and the impacts in Canterbury expected over time.
Read Marco's latest column about safe swimming and boating and the latest biodiversity projects
Even a small amount of toxic algae can be harmful to dogs and people, know what to look for to keep everyone safe.
A study by Our Land and Water shows how much we'll need to reduce contaminants in our waterways to meet national bottom lines.
If you are exploring braided rivers this summer stick to well-formed tracks and avoid areas where birds are nesting.
Shift from easterly winds signals a hot, dry season ahead. Get ready for tough farming conditions with high temperatures and water scarcity due to El Niño.