The vessel which sank in Wyuna Bay on the Coromandel Peninsula last week has been successfully salvaged, with no further discharge of oil or diesel into the water.
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Candidates in this year’s Waikato Regional Council elections will have their names picked out of a hat to decide the order in which they will be listed on the voting papers.
Waikato Regional Council staff responding to a sunken vessel in Wyuna Bay on the Coromandel Peninsula are warning boaties to take extra care while on the harbour.
A commercial diver has been able to stem the flow of diesel leaking from a stricken vessel in Wyuna Bay on the Coromandel.
Waikato Regional Council staff have deployed sorbent booms to contain diesel leaking from a stricken vessel in Wyuna Bay on the Coromandel Peninsula.
Waikato Regional Council has written to neighbours near its 401 Grey St, Hamilton, headquarters advising them about the remediation programme at the buildings.
Joint statement from Taupō District Council and Waikato Regional Council
Waikato Regional Council and Taupō District Council will be undertaking work at Kuratau to replenish the northern part of the beach. Approximately 3,500 cubic metres of sand will be placed on the beach over approximately three days.
The Waikato Regional Council has welcomed a $3 million funding injection from the Government to ensure the long-term protection of Lake Taupō’s excellent water quality.
Waikato Regional Council is criticising misleading factual errors in a recent column by Geoffrey and Reihana Robinson on fish farming plans in the Waikato.
Waikato Regional Council says it’s hoped forecast rain this week will ease pressure on low flows in the Waikato River.
The driver of a ski boat, which was dangerously towing a female ski biscuit rider when she struck a bridge pile, has been hit with fines, costs and reparation totalling more than $4000.
The one hour transfer on Waikato Regional Council’s Hamilton bus network remains unchanged for now, but will be reviewed in another 12 months.
A menu of options for local government reform will allow Waikato people to consider the council structure that best delivers the benefits of regional size and scale while enhancing local representation, says the regional council’s policy and strategy committee.
Increasing pressure on Waikato’s coastal environment will need to be managed carefully, particularly on the Coromandel Peninsula, Waikato Regional Council’s resource use and environmental monitoring committee has heard today.
Barry Turk is a man who believes in addressing issues and over the past five years he has led volunteers to successfully restore eroded dunes at Onemana, on the Waikato’s east coast.
Many changes in the Government’s proposed reform of the Resource Management Act (RMA) could increase complexity and drive up costs to applicants and ratepayers, says Waikato Regional Council.
Waikato Regional Council’s free park and ride bus services are back for this Saturday’s Balloons Over Waikato premier event, the Night Glow.
More than 55 per cent of New Zealand’s freight, accounting for half New Zealand’s gross domestic product, travels through the Northland, Auckland, Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions. With freight volumes expected to double by 2035, 10 partner organisations have been working together over the past 12 months on the Upper North Island Freight Story to help inform decisions on investment in freight infrastructure and boost economic growth.
Joint statement from Maniapoto Māori Trust Board, Otorohanga District Council, Waikato District Council, Waikato Regional Council, Waipa District Council and Waitomo District Council.
A historic Waipa River joint management agreement between the Maniapoto Māori Trust Board (MMTB) and five local councils has been signed at Te Kuiti Pa today.