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Waikato Regional Council has welcomed a decision by Go Bus and First Union to cease further industrial action.
Dumping garden waste is detrimental to our ecosystems, says Waikato Regional Council.
A business case to be used to apply for central government funding for a start-up passenger rail service has today received backing from the regional council.
For 20 years, students at Hukanui Primary School have been learning and taking action to improve the environment.
The actions of First Union representatives has forced further delays to services in Hamilton this morning.
Waikato Regional Council has been told to expect bus driver industrial action to continue, with updated temporary schedules now in place for Hamilton services.
New temporary schedules confirmed this afternoon will see regional buses operate as normal and Hamilton’s peak bus services continue too.
In the next major step towards starting a Hamilton to Auckland passenger rail service, Waikato regional councillors will meet to endorse a business case.
Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research and Waikato Regional Council will be working closer together on science programmes in the future.
Testing of two dead rabbits – one a pet – found in Mātangi and Cambridge has confirmed the presence of an already identified new calicivirus in the region.
Farming company H & S Chisholm Farms Limited, has been convicted and fined $57,375 for two discharges of dairy effluent from its South Waikato farm in mid-2017.
Driver licence reviews, lowering the speed limit on rural roads and investigating the drug-driving issue - measures the Government is being asked to consider.
Getting the best bang for buck out of fertiliser while protecting economic and environmental bottom lines is a key goal for farmers.
Waikato Regional Council has appointed a new Chief Financial Officer, which will also bolster the number of female leaders on its executive.
Hamilton bus services will be disrupted during the day tomorrow due to a stop work meeting for bus drivers.
Ruben the Road Safety Bear is travelling around the Taupō district this week to teach children from the area how to be safe around our roads.
Brazen thieves have been stealing steel from Waikato Regional Council’s Lower Piako floodgates in the Hauraki Plains.