Farmers play a major role in helping Waikato Regional Council protect communities living in or near flood protection schemes.
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Healthy Rivers Wai Ora hearings panel to hold a series of information forums in November on the economic and science modelling used in developing the rules.
The future of farming could be at risk if the quality and extent of our soils are not maintained.
The Waikato is on track to establish the North Island’s first offshore fin fish farm which will be for a new commercial species – kingfish.
Hamilton bus services will be disrupted tomorrow morning due to industrial action by bus drivers.
An awards ceremony has recognised contracting earthworks companies, their staff and sub-contractors who have gone above and beyond best practice.
A blessing to kick-start the restoration of Lake Whangape in Waikato’s north was held today following signing of a multi-agency agreement in July of this year.
Seven young wāhine passionate about the taiao (environment), pūtaiao (sciences) and Te ao Māori have received scholarships at a special ceremony in Kirikiriroa.
Former Matamata College student Russell Wenzlick has won a Waikato Regional Council scholarship to help with his university studies.