Environment Waikato and Waipa District Council have granted consents for a sand quarry at Mystery Creek.
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Consents have been granted for the continued operation of two power stations at Wairere Falls and Mokauiti in the King Country.
Environment Waikato has granted resource consents for realignment of the Raglan Deviation.Transit New Zealand lodged an application to disturb land, discharge overburden in a high risk erosion area, construct culverts and discharge stormwater during the construction of the realignment.
Environment Minister Marian Hobbs and local member for parliament Mark Burton met with Environment Waikato and Taupo representatives last week to make progress on a strategy to preserve the Lake.
We’re in for a windy but a typically warm summer this year, according to the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research.
Two land owning companies, a property development company and an earthworks contractor have been fined a total of $30,000 for illegal road works on New Chums Beach on the Coromandel Peninsula.
Environment Waikato has joined the EnergyWise Councils partnership to promote efficient energy use in the Region.
Possums in bush in Mahoenui near Awakino have been hit hard by a recent Tb control operation and work undertaken by landowners involved in a community possum control scheme.
A series of hard hitting road safety billboards will shortly appear on the Region’s roads to remind holiday drivers to take extra care.
A truck crash in the Awakino Gorge last night dumped thousands of litres of resin glue into the Awakino River.
Environment Waikato wants farmers and landowners to get tough on ragwort and thistles this summer.
One overall civil defence plan for the greater Waikato is being prepared to replace 11 existing plans.
A former London bus conductor and a Hamilton mother have won prizes for helping Environment Waikato find out what people think about the city’s bus services.
Hamilton's Te Horanganui Marae has been given a $12,000 environmental boost from Environment Waikato.
Children at Whitikahu School near Taupiri should check their thumbs. Thanks to Environment Waikato and the local community, they may all be going green!
Regional ratepayers are likely to receive their first direct rates invoice from Environment Waikato in August next year – and receive a discount if they pay by September.