After 12 years in the role, Kaikōura zone delivery lead Kevin Heays finished up with Environment Canterbury at the end of August.
News & events
We're now taking applications for new members to join one of our four Biosecurity Advisory Groups.
At the Canterbury Regional Council meeting on Thursday 17 November, councillors made decisions about memberships of regionally significant committees.
The Supreme Court of New Zealand has granted leave to Cloud Ocean to appeal the Court of Appeal’s decision on Environment Canterbury granting resource consents.
Whatever your level of experience, it's important to Prep (your vessel), Check (your gear), and Know (the rules and forecast) before you get on the water.
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.
A council-run rural water supply near Waimate has been impacted by high nitrate concentrations and is not meeting drinking water standards.
The survey is now closed. Thank you for having your say. We are now reviewing the draft of our plan to improve the Rakahuri riverside.
Read the latest from Kaikōura Water Zone Committee chair Ted Howard on a local Waiau Toa/Clarence River presentation evening.
We have responded to multiple chemical spills at a site in Woolston, with help from other agencies.
Read on to hear the latest with Kaikōura’s Waikōau/Lyell Creek.
On 1 November, new intensive winter grazing rules came into force. Find out more about these new rules.