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News & events
Environment Canterbury Chair Jenny Hughey has welcomed the Government’s declaration of a climate emergency.
Kaikōura Plains Recovery Project has worked with staff and local landowners post-quake, identifying and managing significantly wet areas on-farm.
Improving water quality at Waitarakao Washdyke Lagoon is the aim of a pollution prevention programme with local industrial businesses.
Climate change, natural habitat loss and species extinctions, increasing pollution in our oceans need to be on top of our priority list.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager Kevin Heays provides an update on effluent testing in the district.
A jet skier has received the first infringement for the summer season, after colliding with another vessel on Loch Laird.
One project is seeing community, contractors and councils work together to implement new stormwater technologies, aiming to improve stream health in Kaikōura.
A recent funding boost will help local, regional and national stakeholders protect Waiau Toa/Clarence River's bird habitat and rare plant species.
Kaikōura Water Zone Committee Chair Ted Howard celebrates the annual Love the Lyell community day and focuses on the future of freshwater in Kaikōura.
Kaikōura High School students helped plant 650 natives for the recent Love the Lyell planting day.
With Kiwis holidaying at home this summer and watercraft purchases soaring, the Harbourmaster's Office is reminding all boaties to keep safe and be prepared.