A busy cruise ship season has had an impact on Canterbury residents and put pressure on our public transport system from Lyttelton into the city centre.
News & events
Part of the windswept Kaitōrete has been cleared of hedgehogs to protect vulnerable wildlife, in a proof of concept that’s thought to be a national first.
A project taking a deep dive into understanding the seabed and marine ecosystems around Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula is underway.
Long-term grades for Corsair Bay, Diamond Harbour Beach, Rāpaki Bay, Purau Bay changed to poor prior to this summer. Find out more about water monitoring
Read about the Banks Peninsula water zone committee's newest member.
Native vegetation is regenerating on the hillsides surrounding Pigeon Bay, following efforts to control sycamore.
Do your bit to be a Stormwater Superhero - and help keep baddies out of our waterways.
University of Otago has been appointed science partner for a three-year project looking at the seabed and marine ecosystems around Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū.
A pest control project will reduce predation and help increase the cover of native trees and plants.
Banks Peninsula landowners are welcoming swift funding relief to help restore biodiversity around their damaged properties.
Is your irrigation system operating as efficiently as it should be? Learn some tips about water management from our zone delivery lead, Gill.
Have a look at our three new webcams along the Te Pātaka-o-Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula coastline.