The Orbiter bus will resume its regular timetable on July 3, signalling the end of the driver shortage.
News & events
Walking and biking trails and ornamental trees in Lake Tekapo/Takapō Regional Park will be protected during an upcoming removal of pest pine trees.
A restoration project, including willow removal, predator control, and fencing, will eventually transform a stretch of the upper Ōpihi River.
Kaikōura and Hurunui Waiau Uwha zone delivery lead Marco Cataloni updates us on the SCAR Programme and provides a grape marc storage reminder.
Te Whatu Ora health risk assessment confirms no long-term health risks from the fire at a large tyre stockpile in Amberley in January 2021.
Our Warmer Cheaper campaign is all about using your wood burner efficiently so your household can stay cosy all winter while producing less smoke.
A plan is being made to restore the health of Waitarakao Washdyke Lagoon, and we want the community's input.
We have expanded our focus on online marketplaces to educate traders as the sale of pest plants has begun rising on these platforms.
Our Reporting Back hub is a new way we are presenting the progress we are making. Highlights this quarter are youth representation, pest monitoring, and buses.
Our office at Tuam Street is the first in the country to win three environmental performance certifications, setting a benchmark in sustainable office spaces.
In a big win for the region's biosecurity, what is believed to be the last remaining rook in Canterbury was found and killed recently.
A new monitoring tool has shown our biodiversity projects to be long-term successes.