A Canterbury coal mine has been fined $10,500 for causing sediment to run into a waterway.
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Keeping our waterways ‘clean’ does not mean people can squeeze detergent into them.
Karl Russell has gathered food from the Opihi River for as long as he remembers and he knows the importance of protecting our rivers for future generations.
Here's a snapshot of some of the great initiatives being implemented in communities to help protect and restore the natural environment.
A cultural land management advisor has been appointed to help farmers near Te Waihora understand and comply with new rules designed to protect mahinga kai.
Long before the Waimakariri River became a source of food for Māori, a water supply for farmers and a recreational hotspot for the half-million people living on its borders, it was quite literally a world…
Access to a popular recreation area along the Opihi River has been closed to allow urgent river works to be undertaken safely.
It's wet and cold and takes 20 minutes of careful hand-held monitoring each time but measuring water flow in and around the Waitarakao Washdyke Lagoon helps us understand its natural…
A new collaborative project will protect the endangered South Canterbury pekapeka long-tailed bat population from predators in the Raincliff area.
On Thursday 14th September we welcomed Greenpeace into the Tuam Street building. Councillor Iaean Cranwell greeted the group and staff sang our waiata in welcome.