The Waikato Regional Council will formally review the Home of Cycling proposal before making a decision about consulting with the public on whether to put up to $6 million toward the proposed world-class velodrome in Cambridge.
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A newly signed off Regional Land Transport Strategy for 2011-2041 will help lay the foundations for good economic growth in the Waikato region, says the chair of the multi-agency Regional Transport Committee.
Efforts to protect Lake Taupo by reducing nitrogen inputs to the lake are proving to be highly successful to date.
Waikato Civil Defence Emergency Management Group is urging residents to be alert for the impacts of strong winds that are currently buffeting the region, particularly Taupo and South Waikato.
Waikato rivers are coping well with the heavy rain in parts of the region over the past 24 hours.
A Waikato Regional Council team has travelled to Thailand to help remedy one of the country’s most polluted rivers, the Tha Chin River.
The Waikato is positioning itself to become a major destination for people who love walking and cycling, with millions being invested in the development of trails across the region.
Sustainabiz is subsidising two half day workshops that could help put small to medium businesses in the Waikato at the leading edge of sustainability reporting.
Media release from Waikato Civil Defence Emergency Management Group
A joint Waikato mayoral relief fund established to raise funds for quake-hit Christchurch is due to close on 30 April.
A four year project working with farmers in the upper Waikato River catchment is helping the Waikato Regional Council develop its land and water policies.
Sustainabiz is looking for 10 businesses to take part in a subsidised programme to put them at the forefront of sustainable business practice in the Waikato region.
Waikato Regional Council biosecurity staff are keeping a very close watch on the potential spread of the pest plant velvet leaf after investigations showed an initial infestation near Waihou appeared to have had some limited local spreading.
Spectators at the ITM400 Hamilton this weekend can save time and money by travelling to the track on local BUSIT! services for free.
Aspiring Olympic clay target shooter Amy van Bysterveldt has struck gold after being awarded a $4000 scholarship from Waikato Regional Council.
Three Waikato Enviroschools will this week celebrate being part of an elite group recognised nationwide for student-led environmental work.
The record popularity of this year’s Balloons Over Waikato event has been reinforced by data showing that buses carried more than 16,000 passengers to and from the event, a 65 per cent increase over 2010.
More than a tenth of the region’s dairy farmers have attended a one day effluent expo, organised by Waikato Regional Council and sponsored by DairyNZ.
The Appeal Court has today put to rest the on-going argument of the validity of prosecutions taken under the Resource Management Act.