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If you are exploring braided rivers this summer stick to well-formed tracks and avoid areas where birds are nesting.
Shift from easterly winds signals a hot, dry season ahead. Get ready for tough farming conditions with high temperatures and water scarcity due to El Niño.
Over the next 10 years, Canterbury councils and Waka Kotahi are proposing to almost double the investment in the region's land transport systems.
Lyttelton and Diamond Harbour Primary School have collaborated to enhance a site on Te Pataka o Rakaihautū/Banks Peninsula.
The Council has decided not to include a Māori constituency in the next local elections in 2025.
Supreme Court has dismissed Cloud Ocean’s appeal that would have allowed it to change the use of its consents from wool scouring to water bottling.
We've planted close to 50,000 willows across South Canterbury rivers, increasing safety and resilience for our river communities in the face of climate change.
The best way to have fun on the water is to do it safely. Check out our best advice for a safer boating trip this summer.
In 2022/23, we delivered 20 environmental projects, collaborating with communities, landowners and rūnanga for habitat protection and regional initiatives.
Flood protection and enhancing biodiversity is at the heart of a three-year work programme we've been carrying out alongside Waitaha rivers.
We have awarded a further $50,000 to help fund the work of the Hurunui Waiau Braided River Birds Flagship Programme through its Zone Committee Action Fund.