Grantlea Downs School students want Te Ahi Tarakihi to become a clean stream again.
News & events
Mckinnon’s Creek Salmon Hatchery is run by volunteers working to revive the salmon stock in the Rakitata/Rangitata River.
On Monday 25 September, the Harbourmaster’s Office was notified of a vessel aground near Shell Bay on Banks Peninsula.
On Friday 1 September, we responded to a discharge to a waterway, Saltwater Creek, North Canterbury. Read the latest update.
Collaborating with Te Rūnanga o Kaikōura to enhance Hurunui River berm, improving flood protection, climate resilience, and restoring native habitat.
During June and July 2023, the Timaru community got involved in Our Waitarakao – a joint project to plan for a healthier future for the lagoon and catchment.
Find out about Ko te Whakahaumanu o te Rakitata Awa – the Rakitata River revival programme.
Climate change continues to increase the risk of flooding. Leigh Griffiths shares her thoughts about the future of flood protection in Waitaha.
Be across the whitebait fishing regulations and be aware of common mistakes.
Did you know that most stormwater drains lead directly into waterways? Find out how you can help to keep our rivers and streams clean.
We have released two new reports showing that we need to improve land management to achieve the water quality improvements the community is seeking.
The Christchurch West Melton Water Management Zone Committee is looking for businesses to recognise for their good stormwater management practices.