Environment Waikato and Matamata-Piako District Council have granted resource consents to expand a chicken broiler operation at Cussen Road, Tatuanui.
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Environment Waikato and Waipa District Council have granted resource consents for the ongoing operation of Whitehall quarry, near Karapiro.
Good progress has been made in carrying out river and flood protection works on the Tauranga Taupo River.
Environment Waikato has already received more than $800,000 in rates since its first direct rate invoices went out earlier this month.
Environment Waikato today announced that Harry Wilson has been appointed as its new Chief Executive Officer designate.
Environment Waikato is proposing to change its policies to ensure consistency between various policies on geothermal resources.
Environment Waikato has awarded its annual Dame Te Ata Irangikaahu Maori Scholarship to Waikato University science and technology student Joseph Butterworth of Rotorua.
Environment Waikato’s rating team is taking dozens of calls as the first direct rate from the Regional Council hits letterboxes around the Region this week – but the majority of the calls are asking about how to pay.
Younger drinking drivers are becoming a worrying statistic since the drinking age was lowered, this week’s Environment Waikato Regional Road Safety Subcommittee was told.
A blue green algal bloom is still affecting Lake Ngaroto near Te Awamutu, despite the colder weather.
Environment Waikato posts out its first rate invoices this week – but the Council is not expecting the ratepayer outcry that Auckland Regional Council has experienced.