Hamilton City Council and Waikato Regional Council have today affirmed their commitment to a key strategic alliance aimed at boosting economic growth, living st
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A powerlifting vegan with a strong interest in the hydrodynamics of mudflats is the winner of this year’s Stella Frances Scholarship awarded by Waikato Regional
Taupo residents are being encouraged to have their say in a survey on the future of local bus services.
Voting in the Hamilton by-election has officially opened, with documents due to be delivered to enrolled electors from today.
The iconic Balloons Over Waikato Zuru Nightglow event for 2017 is being supported by more free buses than ever, says Waikato Regional Council.
Waikato Regional Council has received just over 1000 submissions on Healthy Rivers/Wai Ora: Proposed Waikato Regional Plan Change 1.
Waikato Regional Council is keeping a close eye on river systems and flood protection assets after heavy rain overnight on the Coromandel and across the wider r
Waikato Regional Council is warning Coromandel residents that blocked waterways and drains may aggravate any potential flooding as forecast heavy rain kicks i
Following the heavy rain that’s struck the region in recent days and with more rain forecast, Waikato Regional Council is reminding farmers it can help with adv
As rain eases today on the Coromandel, Waikato Regional Council staff are gearing up to provide further assistance to local landowners and other agencies if con
Heavy overnight rain on the Coromandel, with more due today and the next few days has prompted Waikato Regional Council to set up a flood room to manage its res
A farmer and a family company have been convicted and fined a total of $65,750 for unlawful discharges of dairy effluent on two Waikato farms.
Waikato Regional Council staff on the Coromandel are this morning gathering information about the impacts of the overnight flooding.
The process of wading through scores of submissions on the Healthy Rivers Wai Ora Proposed Plan Change 1 begins in earnest after tomorrow following confirmation
It’s time to hear what the people say! Feedback is being sought on a major new plan for a more prosperous future in the Waikato.
Rusty the dog’s nose for trouble is proving a potentially valuable tool in Waikato’s hunt for the dreaded invasive weed velvetleaf.
A field day covering how to best do in-stream works to minimise impacts on water quality is being held at Piopio next week.
The Healthy Rivers Wai Ora committee’s meeting today has confirmed the closing date for submissions on proposed Plan Change 1 should stay as 8 March 2017.
Waikato Regional Council is urging the public to step up and have their say on Healthy Rivers/Wai Ora: Proposed Waikato Regional Plan Change 1.
Each year Coastguard Raglan, with support from the Waikato Regional Council, holds bar crossing awareness days in Raglan to encourage better boating practices a