Environment Waikato is sending farmers a quick reference guide to six of the permitted activities in its Regional Plan.
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Last December, Hamilton construction company Livingstone was among the first five Waikato businesses to join New Zealand’s new EnviroSmart Programme.
He will miss cups of tea with customers. He will miss people’s dedication and enthusiasm for conservation projects. He will miss visiting schools and working with kids.
Environment Waikato’s park and ride shuttle service proved a hit with Balloons over Waikato Night Glow goers last Sunday, carrying approximately 1700 to the event and the same number back.
An Environment Waikato hearing committee has granted an application by Max Birt Sawmills Limited to discharge stormwater from a timber storage facility near Ohinewai to land and surface water.
There could soon be more whitebait fritters sizzling in Hauraki pans if a planned Environment Waikato project goes ahead.
Environment Waikato has made a significant contribution to a project designed to boost the health of the Waitomo Caves.
Former Te Aroha College student Glen Spooner has won Environment Waikato’s Roger Harris Scholarship for 2007.
Environment Waikato is helping the Moehau Environment Group (MEG) restore a nationally significant wetland on the Coromandel Peninsula.
It’s small. Very small. But a new species of insect that has been discovered in Hamilton is a big deal for scientists at Environment Waikato and NIWA.
Environment Waikato’s decision to reduce the number of constituencies and councillors for this year’s local body elections has been confirmed.
This column was written by Councillors Ian Balme, Lois Livingston, David Peart and Paula Southgate. from Environment Waikato.
When was the last time you saw a tui feeding in your garden?
Environment Waikato’s draft Regional Pest Management Strategy (RPMS) treats feral pigs the same way it does many other organisms, according to biosecurity and heritage group manager John Simmons.
A Hamilton water ski zone Environment Waikato opened temporarily last year on the Waikato River will remain open until Easter 2008 after proving a hit with the public.
Safety concerns have prompted Environment Waikato to suspend a Lake Karapiro towing zone that was opened to water skiers last year.