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News & events
If you're moving between waterways this summer, do your bit to keep them pest-free and always Check, Clean, Dry.
Our annual report confirms performance targets are met despite the challenges of the May 2020 flood event and ongoing impact of COVID-19.
Two swimming sites at Hurunui and Waiau River will be unavailable this summer due to high flows filling in the swimming holes.
Come have a chat to the Harbourmaster's Office for a free bacon buttie and to make sure you have the safety basics covered before heading out on the water.
Read about the effort these Canterbury landowners went to in order to protect skinks on their property.
Read about the water zone committees' action plans for 2021-2024 and the priorities for each zone.
Find out how seabed mapping provides a better understanding of marine ecosystems around Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula.
If you're surfing this summer, be sure to wear a board leash to help prevent accidents out on water.
This year's Love Our Lakes campaign is underway, with a reminder Boating About? Don't Get Caught Out.
Here are the best swimming spots in North Canterbury at the start of the 2021/22 season. Visit the LAWA website for up-to-date information.
Average rainfall over spring following a return to normal winter rainfall has left Canterbury with healthy soil moisture at the start of the summer.