Environment Waikato is holding its monthly council meeting in Taupo this Thursday, August 31.
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Bus patronage in the region broke through the two million mark annually for the first time as it rocketed 9.3 per cent to 2,156,268. This measurement was based on the 2005/06 financial year ending 30 June.
Environment Waikato is boosting bus services to Ngaruawahia over the next three days as tens of thousands pour into the town to mourn the death of Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu.
Environment Waikato councillors today rejected calls to spend almost $1 million of ratepayers money to provide an extra subsidy for CNG buses, saying this does not represent good value for money.
Environment Waikato councillors and staff are today mourning the passing of the Maori Queen, Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu.
Rugby fans wanting to go to the Air New Zealand Cup home games at the Waikato Stadium this season can leave their cars at home.
Environment Waikato has commissioned a survey to find out what people understand about backyard burning and its impact on air quality.