A proposal to expand an existing quarry has been granted by an independent hearing panel.
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The number of black-fronted tern chicks surviving to fledgling stage in the Waiau Toa/Clarence River has more than tripled since the start of a five-year protection programme.
Predator Deadpool 2018: What's on the list…
Feral cats, hedgehogs, ferrets. They may look cute and fluffy, but they are among a number of predators killing the
Investigations continue in MPI’s response to the detection of the new-to-New Zealand cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis on a farm in South Canterbury.
Environment Canterbury today welcomed Forest & Bird’s withdrawal of its application to the Environment Court for a declaration.
With rain and cooler temperatures forecast for much of Canterbury this weekend, it is timely for residents to think ahead and plan for all that the winter season can bring.
Today, Environment Canterbury met with residents and staff of the Diana Isaac Retirement Village. The meeting followed the retirement village raising concerns about changes to the Orbiter route due to...
Environment Canterbury announced today that Council had resolved to make the Hinds Plan Change, Plan Change 2 to the Land & Water Regional Plan, operative on 1 June 2018.
Environment Canterbury today responded to Greenpeace’s current campaign aimed at stopping dairy conversions.
Manager of Timaru Operations at Environment Canterbury, Judith Earl-Goulet, said she was pleased with the interest from people wanting to do their bit to improve winter air quality.“It was great...
Bus passengers on two routes will soon be able to read the news, scroll through Facebook and send iMessages to their friends as part of a WiFi trial on two routes.
From 1 May, Metro is launching a competition not seen before in Canterbury, called ‘Poems on Buses’.