Community groups are being praised for efforts to combat kauri dieback.
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Two former directors of a failed piggery operation, which posed a significant risk to the environment, have been convicted and fined thousands of dollars each.
Open day for Lake Waikare and Whangamarino wetland.
A multi-agency steering group has been set up to tackle the damaging agricultural pest velvetleaf in the Waikato region.
Farmers are being encouraged to get ahead of the game and prepare now for whatever final new environmental rules are rolled out for Waikato and Waipa rivers.
Harbourmasters say heed boating safety messages over bar crossings or risk death and serious injury.
It’s been 20 years since Ruben the Road Safety Bear launched. His look might have changed, but the foundation road safety skills he teaches hasn't.
With the summer swimming season about to kick off, Waikato Regional Council will again be helping beach users know whether water quality is suitable.
A company which operates a composting and quarry facility in Cambridge has been convicted and fined $64,125 for a number of illegal discharges into a stream.
Maori seats on Waikato Regional Council will be retained following a vote by councillors.
Caring for our land and waterways is the focus of the latest landcare networking field day being held at Mangapiko near Te Awamutu on 8 November.
More than 500 farmers have attended this year’s Effluent Expo in the Waikato, with many investing in water, effluent storage and application infrastructure.
A harbour surveillance programme on the Coromandel Peninsula has led to the quick identification of fanworm, preventing its spread to other vessels.
Media advisory - Waikato Regional Council on proposed crematorium in Thames.
An organisation working to boost the ecology of Mount Kakepuku near Te Awamutu has presented Waikato Regional Council with a special Pukeko Award.
Community groups protecting kiwi and targeting pest animals are the biggest individual recipients of the latest environmental initiatives fund allocation round
An A rating announced today by Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) reflects improvements made by Waikato Regional Council over the past three years
Another great opportunity is being offered for students hailing from the Waihou-Piako rivers zone to get a tertiary studies scholarship worth up to $6000.
More than 80 students empowered to improve the environment have attended an Enviroschools event at Pukorokoro-Miranda Shorebird Centre.
Nearly 40 exhibitors – with more expected – have been confirmed for the latest Effluent Expo being run by Waikato Regional Council, with support from DairyNZ.