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News & events
University of Otago has been appointed science partner for a three-year project looking at the seabed and marine ecosystems around Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū.
Read about two Kaikōura Water Zone Committee members' recent honours.
Come join Sustainable Coastlines and us for a native tree planting event alongside the Waimakariri River.
Cruise ships are likely to return to Akaroa in November, but are now subject to new, stricter rules designed to protect the environment.
The Hakatere / Ashburton River consent review process is making progress, with 61 consent reviews now decided.
During seaweek, more than 30 people from Waimate came together to collect roughly 60kgs of waste from the beach at Waihao Box Reserve.
It may look unsightly but the brown substance showing up at Caroline Bay is actually a harmless algae.
Read about Edward Heenan's summer experiences working for us monitoring water quality in Canterbury's rivers.
We are fortunate to have Hector's dolphins in the coastal waters of Banks Peninsula — but more must be done to protect this endangered species.
Read about two of our summer students who have been working in Kaikōura, their experiences, and the hard mahi they have done.
Members of two community groups in Kaikōura got to see the braided river birds being protected through trapping work at the Waiau Toa/Clarence river mouth.