Waikato Regional Council has given environmental work being undertaken by three schools and a kindergarten a combined cash boost of $14,000-plus.
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Waikato Regional Council has today confirmed its commitment to having public access and natural character protected at New Chums Beach on the Coromandel Peninsula.
Waikato Regional Council has today adopted its 2012-2022 Long Term Plan, which details a wide range of activities to make the region safer, more economically vibrant and ecologically healthy.
Waikato Regional Council and Hamilton City Council are joining forces with eight other organisations to investigate new ways of moving freight more efficiently through the upper North Island.
A Te Awamutu farming company has been fined nearly $32,000 for illegally discharging dairy effluent.
Waikato Regional Council has welcomed news that six major funders are joining together to develop a visitor centre for the Maungatautari bird sanctuary.
Ten years ago the 2002 weather bomb severely rocked Coromandel communities, including the settlement of Te Puru.
Waikato Regional Council says its river and catchment services team is making good progress on preparing for mangrove removal at Whangamata.
Waikato Regional Council is keen to hear from people interested in managing land and water quality issues in the Lake Taupo and Upper Waikato River catchments.
Waikato Regional Council has today been contacted by a property manager who believes oil discharged into the Waikato River on Saturday came from his city building.
Waikato Regional Council has moved to clarify the issue of public submissions on Maori seats which are being introduced at next year’s local body elections.
Waikato Regional Council is seeking public help to identify who is responsible for the oil in Hamilton city’s stormwater system, which discharged into the Waikato River earlier today.
A Waikato Regional Council investigation is underway into the circumstances surrounding an apparently accidental discharge of oil into the Waikato River near Claudelands Bridge earlier today.
Waikato Regional Council has updated its planning for a major oil spill exercise due to be held on the Coromandel this month, taking into account lessons learned during the Rena disaster.
Waikato Regional Council says it is working with Thames-Coromandel District Council (TCDC) and developers over a consented project to build a marina at Tairua.