Boaties towing others on Waikato waterways are being reminded to follow basic navigation rules to help ensure they keep themselves, friends and family safe while biscuiting, waterskiing or wakeboarding.
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Hamilton City Council and one of its staff are being prosecuted over a sewage sludge spill at the Pukete wastewater treatment plant last July.
Passengers on the 8 Frankton bus will travel for free one day next month to celebrate service improvements to the route.
Release from DairyNZ and Waikato Regional Council
More than 40 exhibitors will be attending this year’s Effluent Expo at Mystery Creek, organised by Waikato Regional Council and sponsored by DairyNZ.
Regional council staff recommendations on submissions over the proposed new Waikato Regional Policy Statement (RPS) are now publicly available.
The highly invasive pest plant known as purple loosestrife has been discovered in Waikato for the first time at Lake Moananui, near Tokoroa.
A new Waikato outbreak of the highly invasive Asian pest plant giant knotweed has been confirmed on four adjoining properties in Waihi recently.
A Piopio farming couple have been convicted of offences under the Resource Management Act and face fines of over $73,000 for draining an internationally recognised wetland to gain further pasture land and increase farm production.
Waikato Regional Council is working closely with Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) to monitor the movement of debris and oil from the broken cargo ship, Rena
Waikato Regional Council is calling for boaties to take extra care when refuelling vessels on or near the water, following small diesel spills detected on the Coromandel Peninsula earlier today.
Waikato Regional Council’s harbourmasters are urging inland and coastal water users to take extra care following a number of incidents over the past two days.