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News & events
The first Environment Canterbury Council meeting marked the election of both the Chair and Deputy Chair.
Final election results confirm the make-up of the Environment Canterbury Council, with an even split of new and returning councillors for the new term.
Monique Croon has officially been re-elected Mayor of the Chatham Islands, with the release of the final results.
Initial election results for the Canterbury Regional Council have been released.
Students wowed our judges with their innovative ideas at the NIWA Science and Technology Fair.
The Living Wage Movement visited this week to acknowledge the journey Environment Canterbury has been on and celebrate with Councillors and staff.
Find out who the candidates are standing in your constituencies for the Canterbury Regional Council.
A law change has cleared the way for two Ngāi Tahu representatives to join the Canterbury Regional Council with full decision-making rights.
Environment Canterbury Councillors voted to begin the process of becoming an accredited Living Wage employer.
Celebrating the re-opening of the Lawrie and Wilson Auctioneers heritage building.
The Canterbury Regional Council (Ngāi Tahu Representation) Bill passed its second reading in Parliament.