Our Listed Land Use Register has won a second award for excellence in Contaminated Land Management.
News & events
Stay up to date on our response to the Woolston scrap metal yard fire.
A 40-foot vessel ran aground off the Kaikōura coast overnight Saturday 30 July.
Agrecovery programmes provide a safe and sustainable way to dispose of old or unwanted chemicals.
Stopbank works along the Mason and Waiau Uwha rivers have improved the level of flood protection to Waiau township.
In the early hours of Sunday 30 January, oil spilt into the Cam / Ruataniwha River after a significant fire was extinguished in Kaiapoi.
Kaikōura rivers officer, Mike Gilliver provides an update on flooding in Kaikōura, and how river works are funded.
Burning/burying farm plastics can cause ongoing issues, which is why its important to recycle farm plastic. Find out how to do this in Kaikōura
A significant oil spill in Timaru was quickly remediated thanks to a joint effort from local councils and businesses.
The impacts of climate change in Canterbury will be highlighted in a regionwide campaign starting this week.
Our rivers team attended the STEM Careers Fair to talk about summer internships, and what a career working in rivers is all about.
With the fire risk in Canterbury remaining high, the Lake Pukaki and Lake Ōhau fires in 2020 remind us of the devastation that wildfires can cause.