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News & events
A dedicated group set upon McCullochs Bridge in Lower Waitaki recently, to plant out the area with about 450 natives.
The Selwyn Waihora Zone Committee is conducting free nitrate testing clinics for people with private drinking water supplies.
Consents play an important role in managing and protecting the environment, but the process can be complex.
More than $1.3 million will be spent in the Rangitata to protect the community from increased flood risk caused by the major floods of summer 2019/20.
Help protect the precious wai of our region by applying to join your local water zone committee. Applications close Monday 10 May.
If you have a current consent to take water and are required to submit water use data, you'll be receiving an invoice from us shortly.
Efforts to catch Beggars’ ticks in the Ōtukaikino Living Memorial Wetland are being boosted thanks to more than $16,000 of Immediate Steps biodiversity funding.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager Kevin Heays updates us on the committee refresh, stream data collection and the Lukes Creek waste site now closed.
Our rivers team attended the STEM Careers Fair to talk about summer internships, and what a career working in rivers is all about.
Two Timaru businesses have established the causes of the offensive odours they are emitting, and we are working with them to reduce the impact on the community.
Ashburton Water Zone Committee Chair William Thomas talks about the Mayfield Hinds Valetta consent renewal and our need to empathise with others.