The public transport network in Greater Christchurch is back to regular timetables, however capacity is restricted under Alert Level 2.
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The Mackenzie Basin Agency Alignment Programme has welcomed the government's announcement of further funding for wilding pine control.
Three new wilding pine projects in Canterbury and a $2M funding boost, will help tackle the problem and create 50 jobs for those hit by the fallout of COVID-19.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager Kevin Heays reflects on the team's time in lockdown, and business and life in the new normal.
Metro's public transport networks will return to regular timetables on Monday, and the central city bus interchange will re-open.
Nitrate contamination in waterways is cause for concern for everyone in Canterbury.
Resource consent applications submitted by Fulton Hogan Limited to operate a new quarry ("Roydon Quarry") west of Templeton township have been granted.
Waste management is primarily the responsibility of your local district council throughout the different COVID-19 alert levels.
View the profiles of the inspiring young people that make up our 2020 Youth Rōpū.
Protecting swamp wetlands in Waimakariri is a top priority for the local Water Zone Committee, with $25,000 of works given the go ahead in Okuku Downs.
Consent has been granted for Southern Proteins Limited to discharge contaminants to air from a proposed rendering plant at Washdyke, subject to conditions.
Timaru's MyWay by Metro on-demand public transport service may be moved straight to its 12-month public trial as soon as the COVID-19 lockdown is over.