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Shore Futures kicks off with information day in Kawhia

Over the next few months people who live, own property, work or holiday in the Kawhia and Aotea areas will have an opportunity to tell local authorities what they love about these areas and how various issues the catchments are facing could be managed.

Shore Futures kicks off with information day in Kawhia

Over the next few months people who live, own property, work or holiday in the Kawhia and Aotea areas will have an opportunity to tell local authorities what they love about these areas and how various issues the catchments are facing could be managed.

Launch of Lake Taupo Protection Trust

The Minister for the Environment, the Hon David Benson-Pope, today officially launched the multi-million dollar Protecting Lake Taupo Project.

Great response to agrichemical collection

More than 140 farmers have registered for Environment Waikato’s free collection of old, unwanted and unused agrichemicals, which begins in the Waitomo district today.

Residents welcome new bus services

Rototuna resident Brian Cooney reckons Environment Waikato’s new bus services are “the best thing ever to happen in Hamilton”.

Boat sinks near Moturua Island

Environment Waikato is advising water users to take care around Moturua (Rabbit) Island in the Coromandel, following the sinking of a 50-foot boat early this morning.

Dairy effluent field days for farmers

Practical actions farmers can take to manage their effluent efficiently are the focus of two field days Environment Waikato, Federated Farmers, Fonterra and Dexcel are running with effluent system suppliers in February.

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