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The coastline from Waiau-toa/Clarence River to Waimate has been captured in 3D by LiDAR (light detection and ranging) via Land Information New Zealand.
When there's a nor-wester, our alpine rivers can flood without warning, even on sunny days.
Residents in Lake Ōhau village have grown native seedlings as part of the area’s regeneration project in the wake of the devastating wildfire in 2020.
Several tracks between the townships of Twizel and Tekapo are damaged following severe weather throughout July and August.
Flows in the lower Waitaki River are expected to run significantly higher than normal while spill flows from the storage lakes are released.
A collaborative effort between local and Central Government is helping to protect the awa Rangitata from the debris of an eroding landfill.
On 30 May 2021, a region-wide state of emergency was declared in Waitaha/Canterbury following days of sustained, heavy rainfall that caused extensive flooding.
It's time for central government to share the financial load of flood protection work.
Stopbank works along the Mason and Waiau Uwha rivers have improved the level of flood protection to Waiau township.
Banks Peninsula landowners are welcoming swift funding relief to help restore biodiversity around their damaged properties.
A newly released report calls for national leadership and urgent action to meet climate change-induced flood hazard risks.