Waikato Regional Council has welcomed central government funding for a start-up passenger rail service.
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Waikato Regional Council says water quality at the beaches it monitors is generally good for swimming, but caution is urged following heavy rain.
The High Court at Hamilton has confirmed the fine imposed on a Glen Murray farmer for allowing his stock to graze in a stock exclusion area at Lake Whangape.
The Government has announced the $1.4 billion Safe Network Programme, which will address high risk roads and set safe and appropriate speed limits.
Waikato Regional Council monitoring of high risk farms has revealed the dire state of dairy effluent infrastructure.
Coromandel man issued with a court order prohibiting him from carrying out any further illegal works in the coastal marine area bordering his property.
The adoption of the Waikato Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-2018 will see the development of a Mass Transit Plan for Hamilton and neighbouring towns.
A west coast mining company has been convicted and fined $60,750 for discharging 4000 litres of diesel into a stream last year.
Waikato Regional Council has today voted to introduce an accessibility concession, providing approved people with free travel on its public bus services.
The body corporate of a Hamilton gated community has been convicted and fined $53,550 for discharging sewage wastewater from its wastewater system to a stream.
Two Waikato schools will be celebrating their Enviroschools green-gold milestones this month.
An audience of regional leaders has been told success for the Waikato requires people to work together, be brave and agile.
Waikato Regional Council is celebrating summer by extending the Orbiter service to include the Hamilton Gardens on weekends.
The first recipient of the Arthur Hinds Scholarship reckons he’s landed a dream job.
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.