Raglan Weedbusters is encouraging locals to swap their garden weeds for free native plants on Saturday 5 August.
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Planting 2250 native trees, grasses and shrubs along 2km of the Whangarahi and Karaka streams is a daunting task for just three people, but they’ll be finished by mid August.
No physical evidence of at least 500 litres of diesel that spilt into Coromandel Harbour last week remains in the area.
A mussel barge that sank near Te Kouma boat ramp spilling diesel into the Coromandel Harbour has been successfully re-floated with no further spillage.
Environment Waikato will be closely monitoring the impact of pine-pasture conversions in Waikato River catchments above Lake Karapiro, due to concerns that this will significantly increase flood risks downstream.
Hamilton public transport takes a giant leap forward next Monday with the launch of the new Orbiter bus service, which celebrates its first week by running free from 17–22 July.
Environment Waikato today adopted the draft Regional Land Transport Strategy, which sets the direction for how land transport in the Waikato region will be managed, prioritised and funded during the next 10 years.
An Environment Court judge has fined Waihi company Farm Meats 2000 Limited $12,500 for objectionable odour from its factory.
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The Regional Land Transport Committee today reached agreement on the draft Regional Land Transport Strategy, which sets out the direction for how land transport will be managed, prioritised and funded during the next 10 years.