The weekend bar crossing tragedy on the Kaipara Harbour emphasises the need for Waikato boaties to take care crossing bars, says Waikato Regional Council.
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A Have a Go Day and Disability Expo in Hamilton next week will provide an excellent opportunity to learn about accessing public buses and gain other skills
Views of a bar crossing safety video have now easily cracked the 200,000 mark on YouTube alone.
Joint release from Auckland Council and Waikato Regional Council
With the passing of Lois Livingston, Waikato Regional Council and the wider community have lost a very passionate and committed long-standing councillor, says c
A series of informative open days is due to start shortly on the proposed regional plan change aimed at boosting the health of the Waikato and Waipa rivers.
Bat enthusiasts will be flocking to a special symposium in Hamilton this coming Sunday.
0915hrs - issued by Waikato civil defence
Waikato Civil Defence Group is assessing what response it will need to provide following last night’s earthquake.
Issued by Waikato Civil Defence at 3.15pm
Waikato Civil Defence Group is urging the region’s communities to remain vigilant overnight .
She’s going to be a big one and so are the high tides.
Waikato Regional Council is working closely with local landowners and others on beefed up efforts to protect one of the region’s best functioning peat lakes, Lake Maratoto between Rukuhia and Ohaupo in Waipā district.
Waikato Regional Council says a new report testing the implications of the Healthy Rivers/Wai Ora: Proposed Waikato Regional Plan Change 1 has provided useful data to inform the submission process.
Whitianga cubs and keas have helped Waikato Regional Council tackle the pest plant wild ginger, which can damage native bush if it gets out of control.
A Te Aroha-based catchment management officer at Waikato Regional Council has won an outstanding contribution award from the New Zealand Association of Resource Management (NZARM).
From tomorrow, the public will have its chance to have a say on how best to manage what is arguably New Zealand’s most important and complex river system.
An innovative tool to support soil conservation developed by Waikato Regional Council land and soil scientist Dr Reece Hill made it into the finals of two categories at the Kudos Hamilton Science Excellence Awards held last night.
Waikato Regional Council is lending its support to a new national push to ensure people comply with lifejacket regulations while out on the water.
Alan Livingston has today been elected chair of Waikato Regional Council.
Taking to the air is the best way to tackle an avian pest that can significantly harm farm production.
The Waikato Regional Council-developed MarineMate mobile phone app, which is hugely popular with boaties nationally, has been given a funding boost by Maritime NZ.