Farmers are being urged to play their part in stopping the spread of dangerous weeds in the Waikato region.
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A company which owns a Cambridge dairy farm has been fined a total of $26,000 for a range of offences relating to the property.
Changes to the region's bus network will be phased in over the next two years following today’s adoption of a new public transport plan for the Waikato.
A solution has been negotiated to a long standing flood plain issue concerning a number of residents next to Cook Stream at Cook’s Beach on the Coromandel Peninsula.
Waikato Regional Council is this Thursday holding its council meeting in Paeroa as part of moves to make meetings more accessible to the public.
Waikato Regional Council’s free park and ride bus services are back for this month’s Balloons Over Waikato premier event, the Nightglow.
Waikato Regional Council says it is closely involved in a wide range of policies, projects and programmes to address water quality issues at Lake Karapiro and other lakes and waterways.
Another record turnout of between 650-700 farmers at the 2015 Waikato Effluent Expo demonstrated an ever increasing industry commitment to improving effluent management, says Waikato Regional Council.
Drop in sessions and an online survey are giving the public an early chance to have their say on the future of the Waikato and Waipa rivers.
The public’s voice is now being sought on a new 10-year plan that will play a key role in shaping the Waikato region’s future.
The Waikato region is a big food producer through its farming sector, helping feed the nation, and the world.
Nearly 60 exhibitors are lining up for this year’s Waikato Effluent Expo at the Mystery Creek events centre near Hamilton next Tuesday 17 March (St Patrick’s Day).
More than $1 billion worth of funding to finish the Waikato Expressway is the fruit of tight collaboration and strong advocacy by the region’s councils and stakeholders, says the regional transport committee.
The importance of the Waikato and Waipa rivers to the region’s tourism sector has been emphasised at a workshop for a key project designed to protect and restore the waterways.
The multi-agency regional transport committee has thrown its weight behind police moves to crack down on motorists using highways for racing, burnouts and other dangerous activities at sites around the region.
Approval in principle has been given to an extension to the timeline of a key project designed to better protect the Waikato and Waipa rivers.