Bus patronage in the region, which broke through the 2 million mark for the first time in the 2005/2006 financial year, continues to soar.
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Environment Waikato has decided to retain responsibility for passenger transport services, a core regional council function.
Hamilton residents can breathe a little easier.
Serious breaches of the dairy effluent rules have been uncovered in the first round of helicopter monitoring by Environment Waikato, which recently flew the Kerepehi and Paeroa areas.
Environment Waikato has signaled its intention to retain responsibility for passenger transport services in the region.
Cambridge dairy farmer John Fisher (47) has been elected to Environment Waikato Regional Council as the representative for the Waipa constituency.
Environment Waikato has responded to a call from the New Zealand Fire Service in relation to a fuel tanker accident on SH3.
A small diesel spill near Awakino this morning is unlikely to have any serious environmental effects.
Environment Waikato has undertaken trials of the rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD) in the Taupo area and on the Coromandel Peninsula with mixed results.
There is only one week left to vote in Waikato Regional Council’s Waipa by-election.
Environment Waikato received a report of an oil spill in Raglan Harbour shortly after 11am today.
A study looking at the extent and likely causes of erosion around the Lake Taupo shoreline is due for release in November.