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Students get serious about drunk driving

Waikato students from as far as Taupo will be meeting at Matamata later this month to get serious about the concept of Students Against Driving Drunk.

Council Grants River Walkway Consents

Environment Waikato has granted resource consents for a river path walkway from Ann St to the end of the St Andrews golf course in Hamilton.

Council calls for funding for SH1 crash zone

Environment Waikato has called on Transport Minister Mark Gosche to immediately find the $30 million needed to complete the Longswamp section of State Highway One before more lives are lost.

Council optimistic on SH1 progress

Environment Waikato chairman Neil Clarke is optimistic that progress will be made on the Mercer to Longswamp section of State Highway One following Transport Minister Mark Gosche’s visit to the Council today.

Regional Council disappointed in transport focus

Environment Waikato’s chairman is disappointed that the $227 million land transport package announced late yesterday does not include a plan to deal directly with the State Highway One expressway issues.

Cost details for watershed revealed

Ratepayers in Te Awamutu, Otorohanga and Te Kuiti can expect to pay about $16.41 in rates per $100,000 of the value of their properties under Project Watershed cost details outlined this week.

Cost details for watershed revealed

Ratepayers in Reporoa can expect to pay about $17.35 in rates per $100,000 of the value of their properties under Project Watershed cost details outlined this week.

Cost details for watershed revealed

Ratepayers in Hamilton, Cambridge, Tokoroa and Putaruru can expect to pay about $12.77 in rates per $100,000 of the value of their properties under Project Watershed cost details outlined this week.

Cost details for watershed revealed

Ratepayers in Huntly, Te Kauwhata and the lower Waikato can expect to pay about $20.31 in rates per $100,000 of the value of their properties under Project Watershed cost details outlined this week.

Two minute test for clean air

Environment Waikato is offering a two-minute free vehicle emission test for petrol, diesel and gas vehicles as part of the Festival of the Environment later this month.

Estuary tours celebrate the environment

What happens in Coromandel estuaries will be revealed later this month on a guided tour of the Whangamata and Wharekawa estuaries and the Firth of Thames.

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