Almost all the passengers using the region’s buses are satisfied with the services, according to an independent survey for the Waikato Regional Council.
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More than 20 Waikato Regional Council staff are ready to respond to any Maritime New Zealand request to help out with oil spill containment and clean-up operations following the grounding of the Rena off the Bay of Plenty coast.
Waikato Regional Council has issued consents for a milk factory at Arapuni in South Waikato after the resolution of an appeal over the project.
A Waikato Regional Council staff member is travelling to the Bay of Plenty to help with the Maritime New Zealand response to a ship grounding 22 kilometres off Mount Maunganui.
Waikato Regional Council’s hazards and emergency management team is maintaining a watching brief after a severe thunderstorm warning from MetService which includes the Coromandel Peninsula and western Waikato and Waitomo districts.
Free shuttle buses transported almost 10,000 supporters to and from the fan zone for Hamilton’s three Rugby World Cup 2011 games.