The Council has decided not to include a Māori constituency in the next local elections in 2025.
News & events
At this public hui on 30 November you will hear about this project that seeks to understand the seafloor around Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula.
Collaborating with Te Rūnanga o Kaikōura to enhance Hurunui River berm, improving flood protection, climate resilience, and restoring native habitat.
The Minister is 'calling in' resource consent applications for the proposed waste to energy plant in Waimate.
Chair, Glen Smith, outlines key areas of work the OTOP Water Zone Committee is supporting.
We are proud to display a copy of the 1998 Crown Apology to Ngāi Tahu, recently gifted to us by Waitaha Papatipu Rūnanga.
A community hangi at Ōmarama was a chance for people to enjoy delicious kai and chat to local water zone committee members.
A plan is being made to restore the health of Waitarakao Washdyke Lagoon, and we want the community's input.
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.
Discover how mātauraka Māori (Māori knowledge) relates to farmers, and how we monitor the health of the Cust River catchment.
A Bioblitz at Muriwai o Whata/Coopers Lagoon has helped collect important information about the area's species.
Learn about the importance of mahinga kai and biodiversity within the Hurunui context.