Environment Canterbury has received the approvals required for the importation and release of the new rabbit haemorrhagic virus disease strain, RHDV1 K5.
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Do you know of individuals or groups who are busting weeds in their community? Want to give them thanks and recognition for their efforts?
Environment Canterbury has today released a report commissioned by the five agencies with statutory responsibility for land and water management in the iconic Mackenzie Basin.
Specially trained detection dogs, Tahi and Nala, were put to work earlier this month in North Canterbury, sniffing out pest plant Chilean needle grass (CNG).
Environment Canterbury is calling for reports of sightings of pest plant purple loosestrife on Banks Peninsula, following the discovery of a large new infestation in Prices Valley.
A Canterbury coal mine has been fined an additional $9750 for causing sediment to run into a waterway.
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.
“Toiora te Moana Toiora te Tangata Healthy Seas, Healthy People”Saturday 3rd to Sunday 11th March.The theme highlights our many connections with the sea and calls on Kiwis from all walks...
The Community and Public Health division of the Canterbury District Health Board has issued a health warning after potentially toxic blue-green algae (benthic cyanobacteria) were found in Selwyn/Waikirikiri River at...
Monitoring has identified relatively high cover of potentially toxic cyanobacteria algae in the Opihi River at Salesyard Bridge.
The Community and Public Health division of the Canterbury District Health Board has issued a health warning after a moderate cover of potentially toxic blue-green algae (benthic cyanobacteria) were found...
It looks festive when its red berries are in season but cotoneaster is an invasive pest that spreads easily and crowds out native species.