A retractable floodgate was installed in Belfast this month, marking the end of the construction for the Waimakariri Flood Protection Project.
News & events
An increase in complaints of illegal structures for whitebaiting in rivers has led Environment Canterbury to visit waterways to assess the scale of the issue.
Environment Canterbury is working closely with Hurunui District Council to ensure the removal of a tyre stockpile at 122 Racecourse Road, Amberley.
A remediation plan is being developed after asbestos-containing building materials, likely used as in-fill many years ago, surfaced on a coastal walking track.
Coastal walkway path in Timaru has been closed after a report of asbestos in the area.
Steve Lowndes discusses what the Waimakariri in flood would really look like, and whether our current protection measures are resilient enough.
This week, Environment Canterbury begins a mail-out to about 700 Timaru property owners who may have land affected by chemicals or hazardous substances remaining in the ground from a previous...
With rain and cooler temperatures forecast for much of Canterbury this weekend, it is timely for residents to think ahead and plan for all that the winter season can bring.
A fire on an 80-metre fishing ship in Timaru Port is contained.
Environment Canterbury staff are currently on site at the property in Amberley where up to 1000 tyres caught on fire last night.
A nationwide test of the Emergency Mobile Alert system is happening on Sunday 26 November (between 6pm and 7pm).The Government is about to launch a new service to help keep...
It’s now been just over a month since the winter storm that caused flooding and Environment Canterbury’s river engineering and field services teams have made good progress with repair and...