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It's Recycling Week!

It's Recycling Week!

Posted October 20, 2021
Environmental

Recycling Week is all about educating New Zealanders of best practice waste minimisation and recycling

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Bird of the Year Takes Off

Bird of the Year Takes Off

Posted October 18, 2021
Environmental

Voting in Te Manu Rongonui o te Tau/Bird of the Year begins this week.

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Kiwis To Have Their Say On Plan To Reduce Waste

Kiwis To Have Their Say On Plan To Reduce Waste

Posted October 16, 2021
Environmental

New Zealanders are invited to have their say on proposals for a new waste strategy and options for new waste...

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Flooding maps updated for rural areas and small settlements in Western Bay of Plenty

Flooding maps updated for rural areas and small settlements in Western Bay of Plenty

Posted October 14, 2021
Council Matters , Environmental

Newly updated flood hazard maps for rural areas and small settlements in the Western Bay of Plenty have been published...

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Tirohia Landfill extension application declined

Tirohia Landfill extension application declined

Posted October 13, 2021
Council Matters , Environmental

An application by Waste Management NZ Ltd application to expand its landfill operation at Tirohia has been declined by independent...

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Coastal Flooding Likely To Be Main Driver For Adaptation

Coastal Flooding Likely To Be Main Driver For Adaptation

Posted October 12, 2021
Environmental

New NIWA-led research shows increasing flood risk is going to be what leads people to make changes to adapt to...

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Native Bats Cause A Flap Entering Bird Of The Year Competition

Native Bats Cause A Flap Entering Bird Of The Year Competition

Posted October 11, 2021
Environmental

For the first time ever, New Zealand’s native bats have flown into Bird of the Year/Te Manu Rongonui o te...

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The Final Count Down – Great Kererū Count 2021 Results

The Final Count Down – Great Kererū Count 2021 Results

Posted October 06, 2021
Environmental

The Great Kererū Count 2021 was the biggest yet, with over 12,002 records submitted and more than 24,562 kererū counted...

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Sleeper pests woken up by climate change

Sleeper pests woken up by climate change

Posted October 06, 2021
Environmental

Red-eared slider turtles are one of many “sleeper pests” that Toi Moana Bay of Plenty Regional Council fears high summer...

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$1.05 million fine for seafood company owner behind Chatham Islands illegal fishing operation

$1.05 million fine for seafood company owner behind Chatham Islands illegal fishing operation

Posted October 05, 2021
Environmental , Court News

A seafood company owner has been fined heavily for a commercial scam responsible for almost $1 million worth of black...

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Myrtle rust under the microscope

Myrtle rust under the microscope

Posted October 04, 2021
Environmental

Myrtle rust poses a threat to some of our most abundant native myrtle species, including the iconic Kiwi Christmas tree,...

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Government to consider next steps in three waters reforms

Government to consider next steps in three waters reforms

Posted October 01, 2021
Government , Environmental

Government to consider next steps in three waters reforms

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Feedback Defines Critical Three Waters Reform Challenges

Feedback Defines Critical Three Waters Reform Challenges

Posted October 01, 2021
Council Matters , Environmental

LGNZ President Stuart Crosby is congratulating councils for the hard work put in over the past eight weeks providing feedback...

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Hauraki District Council sends Three Waters Reform feedback to Government

Hauraki District Council sends Three Waters Reform feedback to Government

Posted October 01, 2021
Council Matters , Environmental

Hauraki District Council has stepped up to voice concern about the controversial Three Waters reforms proposal

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Coromandel Watchdog of Hauraki says NO to commercial miner buying hobby mine in Schedule 4 no mining area

Coromandel Watchdog of Hauraki says NO to commercial miner buying hobby mine in Schedule 4 no mining area

Posted September 29, 2021
Environmental

Coromandel Watchdog of Hauraki will protest any changes to the hobby mine in Coromandel Forest Park now that New Talisman...

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Warning to downstream water users following truck rollover – Kaimai Ranges

Warning to downstream water users following truck rollover – Kaimai Ranges

Posted September 28, 2021
Council Matters , Environmental

Waikato Regional Council is warning that chemical on board a truck that crashed on the Kaimai Ranges this morning might...

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Planting begins on ecological corridor connecting Kopuatai and Firth of Thames

Planting begins on ecological corridor connecting Kopuatai and Firth of Thames

Posted September 22, 2021
Council Matters , Environmental , Community

The first kilometre of a 17km-long ecological corridor connecting Kopuatai Wetland with the Firth of Thames has been planted out...

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Luckless godwit forced into mid-flight u-turn

Luckless godwit forced into mid-flight u-turn

Posted September 21, 2021
Environmental

An unlucky male godwit/kuaka migrating back to the Firth of Thames has been forced into a massive u-turn over the...

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The Final Count Down - Great Kererū Count 2021

The Final Count Down - Great Kererū Count 2021

Posted September 20, 2021
Environmental

This is the last year of the Great Kererū Count. After this there will be eight years of data which...

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Disabled kea uses tools for self-care

Disabled kea uses tools for self-care

Posted September 12, 2021
Environmental

Scientists say they’ve found the first evidence of tool use by a kea for the purpose of self-care, in a...

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Kākāpō in good genetic health despite inbreeding

Kākāpō in good genetic health despite inbreeding

Posted September 10, 2021
Environmental

Kākāpō in good genetic health despite inbreeding

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East Coromandel scallop fishery to close for 2 years

East Coromandel scallop fishery to close for 2 years

Posted September 08, 2021
Environmental , Government

The east Coromandel scallop fishery will close for a period of 2 years from this Saturday, 11 September following a...

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Hauraki District kerbside rubbish and recycling collections are back to normal

Hauraki District kerbside rubbish and recycling collections are back to normal

Posted September 08, 2021
Council Matters , Environmental

We’re now in Covid-19 Alert Level 2. District kerbside rubbish and recycling collections are back to normal.

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DOC calls for sightings of our subantarctic neighbours

DOC calls for sightings of our subantarctic neighbours

Posted September 06, 2021
Environmental

A potential increase in sightings of Subantarctic fur seals has DOC scientists asking members of the public to report any...

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Plume of ash coming from Whakaari White Island

Plume of ash coming from Whakaari White Island

Posted September 02, 2021
Environmental

Plume of ash coming from Whakaari White Island

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Hope arrives for rowi kiwi

Hope arrives for rowi kiwi

Posted September 01, 2021
Environmental

The hatching season for the world’s rarest kiwi is off to a very encouraging start in Franz Josef with the...

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Government’s commitment to sustainable development goals needs greater clarity

Government’s commitment to sustainable development goals needs greater clarity

Posted August 31, 2021
Environmental , Government , Business

The Government needs to clarify how it intends to meet its commitment to achieving the sustainable development goals by 2030....

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Bay beaches do recover from erosion

Bay beaches do recover from erosion

Posted August 25, 2021
Environmental , Council Matters

Bay beaches do recover from erosion

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Waikato Regional Council says ‘good job farmers’

Waikato Regional Council says ‘good job farmers’

Posted August 03, 2021
Environmental , Council Matters

Monitoring by Waikato Regional Council has found the number of significantly non-compliant dairy farms in the region has halved on...

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GeoNet has raised the Volcanic Alert Level at Whakaari/White Island to Level 2

GeoNet has raised the Volcanic Alert Level at Whakaari/White Island to Level 2

Posted July 26, 2021
Environmental

GeoNet has raised the Volcanic Alert Level at Whakaari/White Island to Level 2.

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Older posts in this category...

Orca calf Toa loses fight for survival July 24, 2021

Stranded Juvenile Orca Update July 21, 2021

It's National Moth Week! July 21, 2021

$2.5 billion water package announced July 15, 2021

Conservation chief calls for cat curfew July 09, 2021

Efforts to protect Coromandel’s majestic kauri have been given a funding boost with Jobs for Nature July 08, 2021

Hamilton Zoo farewells much-loved chimpanzee Sally July 07, 2021

The NZ Garden Bird Survey finishes on the 4th July July 02, 2021

New Zealand Experience Behind Environmental “awakening” For World-leading Scientists July 02, 2021

Three Waters Hauraki dashboard July 01, 2021

Government Water Reforms Outlined June 30, 2021

First look at new law to replace RMA June 29, 2021

Ngāti Hako explains why they want no more rubbish June 29, 2021

Carbon credits grow with new generation of planting June 28, 2021

Urgent Intervention Needed to Protect Pink Maomao June 28, 2021

Problem Plastics Phase Out Planned June 27, 2021

Feedback Sought On Fisheries Catch Limits - Have Your Say June 25, 2021

Satellite Monitors Whakaari/White Island 'Vital Signs' June 22, 2021

Plan To Restore Hauraki Gulf Released June 22, 2021

Seal silly season arrives June 21, 2021

OceanaGold's Wharekirauponga Underground Mine Applications Going Ahead June 17, 2021

Bird Counting Counts June 14, 2021

Frustration As Construction Next To Endangered Penguins Continues June 11, 2021

Climate Change Commission’s blueprint released June 09, 2021

Drone Images Show Impact on Coromandel Forest June 08, 2021

Great White Shark Meat Seized In Tauranga Case June 01, 2021

Climate Change Commission’s Final Advice Delivered To Government May 31, 2021

Thames Coromandel Coastal Panels consider options for managing climate change May 28, 2021

Thames Coromandel Emergency Management team update May 27, 2021

Skies Looking Mostly Clear For Spotting Rare Super Blood Moon May 25, 2021

Huge Swells Close Beaches May 23, 2021

A Supermoon is on the rise next Wednesday May 21, 2021

Stoats Remain Elusive on Motutapu May 19, 2021

Science Proves Coromandel Scallop Beds Are In Decline May 12, 2021

No More Digging – A New Environmentally Friendly Way Of Mining May 07, 2021

Hauraki Coromandel Climate Action Awaits Response May 04, 2021

Truck wash company and farmer fined for pollution April 30, 2021

Possum monitoring shows success of Coromandel predator control April 29, 2021

Waikato Regional Council disappointed with effluent failures over three farms April 27, 2021

Call for animal use in science to stop April 16, 2021

World leading live export ban means thousands of animals will no longer suffer overseas April 14, 2021

Auckland Zoo euthanises two male lions April 13, 2021

Paeroa Central School is a step closer to becoming carbon neutral April 13, 2021

Remembering the flood of all floods April 13, 2021

School Strike 4 Climate On Today April 09, 2021

Greenpeace confronts Deep Sea Mining industry in Pacific Ocean April 07, 2021

Parasite Infection Found In Wild Oysters March 25, 2021

Call For Hunters To Put Safety First This Easter March 24, 2021

Two Rehabilitated Sea Turtles Return To The Ocean March 23, 2021

Too many NZers receive drinking water of unknown quality March 19, 2021

Archey's Frog Champion Dr Phil Bishop Honoured March 19, 2021

Register to attend OceanaGold public workshop March 17, 2021

Government Statements on Mining DOC land a Betrayal March 16, 2021

Positive Results For Coromandel’s Dotterel Breeding Season March 11, 2021

Call To Save Kaimanawa Horses from Muster March 09, 2021

Motiti Protection Area rules signed off by the Minister of Conservation March 01, 2021

Scientists Offer Free Soil Tests For Kiwis February 24, 2021

Minor steam explosions at Whakaari/White Island February 19, 2021

TCDC water restrictions update February 18, 2021

Walkway closed during March for bridge replacement February 12, 2021

Hamilton Zoo Chimpanzee Enclosure Reopens February 11, 2021

RMA reform alone won’t bring meaningful change February 10, 2021

Resource Consent Declined for New Jet Fuel Storage Facility in Mount Maunganui February 05, 2021

Update: Diesel contained at site of sunken vessel February 04, 2021

Staff deployed to contain leak following vessel sinking February 04, 2021

Today is World Wetlands Day February 02, 2021

Climate action in Aotearoa February 01, 2021

DoC advises caution in Tauranga Harbour due to sharks January 31, 2021

Where have all our Monarchs gone? January 30, 2021

Keep up the good work with water conservation January 29, 2021

Council targets abandoned pet turtles in Cooks Beach ponds January 28, 2021

School Strike 4 Climate NZ rallying for 100 Days 4 Action campaign January 26, 2021

Kauri dieback disease is threatening our kauri, our taonga. January 26, 2021

More Cows To Be Exported From Port Taranaki Tomorrow January 19, 2021

DoC investigating jetski incident with dolphins January 19, 2021

New rules for boat ramp users a New Zealand first January 15, 2021

Supporting Communities And Landowners To Grow Employment Opportunities January 15, 2021

Earth To Reach Temperature Tipping Point In 20-30 Years, New Study Finds January 14, 2021

Biggest-ever Animal Has Special New Zealand Link, New Research Shows January 13, 2021

Plugging the leaks to conserve water in Hauraki District January 06, 2021

Water demand continues to cause concern in Western Bay January 05, 2021

Spreading the Kauri Dieback message to avoid spreading Kauri Dieback January 01, 2021

Thames Coromandel Water Restrictions Update December 31, 2020

Thames Coromandel Water Update December 29, 2020

Clean, Cook, Chill To Keep Whānau Safe December 23, 2020

Check For Drinking Water Safety When You Head To Holiday Spots December 23, 2020

Coromandel kiwi deaths a cause for concern December 22, 2020

Look Out ... The Great Conjunction Is Tonight! December 21, 2020

Volcanic Alert Level Raised At Mt Ruapehu December 21, 2020

Watchdog Gets Kick in the Face for Christmas December 21, 2020

Christmas Treat For Kiwi Stargazers December 17, 2020

Auckland Zoo orangutans now living the high life! December 16, 2020

Summer algae and bacteria monitoring starts December 14, 2020

Search warrant executed at Pukemiro landfill site December 09, 2020

Conserve Water Message For Coromandel December 07, 2020

Contact Energy fined for system failure December 03, 2020

Tackling Problem Plastics - Last Chance To Have Your Say December 02, 2020

Coromandel Watchdog of Hauraki says OceanaGold Mining By Stealth on DOC Land November 30, 2020

Appeal to find skink habitat vandals November 27, 2020

New Zealand Government To Declare A Climate Emergency November 26, 2020

Auckland Zoo Announces Decision To Move Elephants November 25, 2020

Council keeps wary eye on water use in Western Bay November 23, 2020

New Underground Tunnel To Wharekirauponga Surfaces November 20, 2020

Don't Catch Legionnaires’ Disease November 20, 2020

On a wing and a prayer... Kākāpō Wins Bird of the Year 2020! November 16, 2020

Whakaari/White Island Alert Level raised November 16, 2020

Tuatara journey up South Island to Marlborough Sounds’ homeland November 13, 2020

Once in a Blue Moon... November 02, 2020

Look Before You Leap and Enjoy our Waterways this Summer October 30, 2020

Council and kiwifruit industry collaborate to control pest plant October 30, 2020

Profit And Environmental Rewards From Trees On The Farm October 30, 2020

Progressing Climate Action By Driving Transformational Change October 28, 2020

Godwit breaks record for trans-Pacific marathon October 23, 2020

Hamilton Zoo’s oldest resident celebrates a milestone October 20, 2020

Report Pilot whale sightings to DoC October 19, 2020

Stranded whales refloated - some restrand October 18, 2020

Pod of whales stranded at Northern Coromandel October 17, 2020

New report shows significant changes to New Zealand’s climate October 15, 2020

Caution urged as dotterels begin breeding season October 14, 2020

New Zealand Minerals 2020 conference disrupted by protests October 12, 2020

Kererū Numbers Soar To New Heights October 02, 2020

Proposed District Plan changes for Hauraki September 30, 2020

Climate activists arrested after blocking Canterbury coal mine September 28, 2020

Daylight Saving Time! September 26, 2020

Godwits winging it home to Pūkorokoro Miranda from Alaska September 25, 2020

Groups plan to stop Minerals Forum next month September 24, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update September 23, 2020

Support from Farmers September 23, 2020

The Great Kererū Count Is On September 21, 2020

Coromandel Watchdog calls for Immediate Moratorium September 15, 2020

High Court Approval for OceanaGold to buy Waihi farms September 11, 2020

Watercare granted two consents for Waikato River water September 09, 2020

Forest & Bird Call For No New Mines On Conservation Land September 09, 2020

Urban Homes Whitianga Open Showhome is worth a good look September 04, 2020

The Great Kererū Count is coming soon September 04, 2020

Earthquake jolts some awake August 30, 2020

Auckland Zoo celebrates baby rhino's arrival August 26, 2020

Takahē Deaths After Aerial 1080 Predator Control Highlights Conservation Challenges August 26, 2020

Plan to tackle problem plastics and seven single-use plastic items announced August 13, 2020

Three Waikato effluent cases result in fines August 13, 2020

Mining Permit on DOC Land an Utter Betrayal August 07, 2020

Miners Announce New Waihi Pit but Downplay DOC Land Mining Plan July 18, 2020

Compounding the Toxic Legacy of Gold Mining: Another huge hole in the heart of Waihi July 17, 2020

Coromandel Town residents please conserve water July 17, 2020

New Waihi mining proposal shared with Council July 17, 2020

Huge Mining Project Announced for Waihi July 17, 2020

Coromandel Town boil water notice lifted July 13, 2020

Boil Water Notice for Coromandel Town still in place July 08, 2020

Tanker water available free in Coromandel Town during boil water notice period July 07, 2020

Coromandel Town: boil water notice July 07, 2020

Waikato gets $5.5m in funding for quick-start projects to improve fresh water July 05, 2020

Kiwis counting birds for the NZ Garden Bird Survey June 30, 2020

Lightning strike cuts power June 27, 2020

Climate change to be included in all council decision making June 26, 2020

The NZ Bird Garden Survey starts tomorrow June 26, 2020

DoC and iwi at scene of whale stranding June 26, 2020

New protection for dolphins and support for changes to fishing methods June 24, 2020

Waikato Regional Council opposed to queue jumping June 24, 2020

Protect Karangahake calls for support for Coromandel Watchdog June 24, 2020

Court order to improve effluent system June 19, 2020

Air quality returning to normal after lockdown improvements June 12, 2020

Thames Coromandel Water restrictions eased except in Hahei which remains on Alternate Days June 11, 2020

Salvage operation underway on Whangamatā Harbour June 02, 2020

Water restrictions in Waihi and Waikino will be lifted today May 27, 2020

Shaky start to the week in the North Island May 25, 2020

Extinction Rebellion has a message for Labour Party MPs May 22, 2020

Matamata-Piako District Council fined $49,875 for discharge of wastewater May 21, 2020

Drought still biting parts of the Waikato May 20, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update May 13, 2020

Shop local and support local with Mountain Fresh and Gold FM May 12, 2020

Hauraki Refuse Transfer Stations update May 07, 2020

Shooting stars and a comet on show May 05, 2020

OceanaGold Update April 29, 2020

Warmer Kiwi Homes reboots in Level 3 April 29, 2020

Mercury Bay spat farm gets green light by commissioners April 29, 2020

Level 3 rules for hunting confirmed April 23, 2020

Rescue from Rangitāhua/Raoul Island April 11, 2020

Western Bay streams at near record low levels April 10, 2020

Tuis trilling in town...yeah right! April 09, 2020

Report of Level 4 lockdown breach no bull! April 08, 2020

Waihi and Waikino water restrictions still apply April 07, 2020

Two ducks wing it from Pipiroa to New Caledonia April 07, 2020

Work starts on ways to fast-track consents to boost recovery from Covid-19 downturn April 01, 2020

Regional Council responding to oil spill March 30, 2020

Hauraki District rubbish and recycling changes during lockdown March 27, 2020

Solar Farm Partnership Sought March 11, 2020

Former Green Party co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons has died suddenly March 06, 2020

Alternate Days water restriction still in place for outdoor water use in Waihi and Waikino. March 06, 2020

Government Excuses for Inaction on Mining Not Working March 04, 2020

Total watering ban lifted February 27, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update February 26, 2020

Hauraki Plains water supply maintenance in the pipeline February 14, 2020

Waihi community response to water shortage, heartening February 14, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update February 13, 2020

Waihi water supply recovering well February 13, 2020

Government Fails Conservation Land February 13, 2020

Hauraki District Mayor talks about Waihi water situation February 12, 2020

Latest update on Waihi Water situation February 12, 2020

Hauraki District Council summary of important information from today's water situation in Waihi February 12, 2020

Waihi still low on water - residents asked to boil all tap water for 3 minutes February 12, 2020

Total watering ban for Waihi Waikino February 10, 2020

5.5 shake up east of Tauranga February 05, 2020

TCDC declares tougher measures on water use as weekend approaches February 03, 2020

Waihi Waikino total watering ban changes January 30, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update January 29, 2020

Wondering whether you need a fire permit for your brazier, charcoal bbq or to burn rubbish? January 20, 2020

Total watering ban Waihi and Waikino January 15, 2020

Fishery officers stop suspected illegal snapper sales - Thames January 14, 2020

Small Steps have GIANT consequences for Kauri Giants January 13, 2020

Waihi and Waikino Water restrictions January 10, 2020

Waihi and Waikino water restrictions are likely. Please conserve water where you can now. December 30, 2019

Kauri 2000 Trust Message December 30, 2019

Rāhui/prohibition placed on shellfish gathering in Te Mātā and Tapu December 24, 2019

Why do Shellfish Biotixin Warnings happen at this time of year? December 24, 2019

Marine biotoxin warning issued December 19, 2019

Spike's floody big adventure December 13, 2019

Prime Minister Jacinda Adern Statement December 10, 2019

Civil Defence advisory issued December 09, 2019

Whakaari / White Island Erupting December 09, 2019

Thunder & lightning very very frightening December 09, 2019

Got a kauri in your garden? You may need a resource consent - TCDCThames December 05, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update December 04, 2019

Next phase of Pike River recovery underway in time for Christmas December 04, 2019

Seven farmers fined for pollution December 03, 2019

Dog control called for on Trig Track November 29, 2019

Reducing air pollution at the Mount November 28, 2019

Volcanic Unrest Continues at Whakaari/White Island November 18, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update November 06, 2019

OceanaGold jobs at risk November 06, 2019

More support for schools to reduce energy consumption and environmental impact November 06, 2019

Hamilton City council fined for discharge to river November 05, 2019

Recycling Week NZ: 21 - 27 October 2019 October 21, 2019

Waihi Beach Trig Trail scheduled for maintenance October 18, 2019

Smart Environmental narrowly avoids another fire October 17, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update October 10, 2019

October 7 is World Habitat Day October 07, 2019

OceanaGold welcomes positive decision for Waihi October 07, 2019

Green light for flood reduction work in Kaiaua September 26, 2019

The Great Kererū Count is On! September 20, 2019

Celebrate Conservation @ Sustainable Blue Backyard September 19, 2019

Sand sculptures, rat traps, conservation education and more at Envirohub event September 18, 2019

Protestors get their message across to New Talisman AGM shareholders September 18, 2019

Conservation Week 14 - 22 September celebrates 50 years September 17, 2019

Sustainable Blue Backyard Invite September 13, 2019

Nature Needs Us September 13, 2019

OceanaGold Project Martha Update and more September 12, 2019

An Interview with Paula Bennett September 06, 2019

Caution advised at Buffalo Beach Whitianga September 04, 2019

Kerepehi water shutdown – 4 September September 03, 2019

Coromandel district to benefit from responsible camping funding September 03, 2019

MP asks Spark to cease work on Coromandel Town cell phone tower September 02, 2019

Hazards portal provides handy information for home buyers August 28, 2019

Forest & Bird opposes government funding for Coromandel Marine Gateway August 15, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update August 08, 2019

Regional council to show off how Paeroa’s new floodgates on SH26 operate August 02, 2019

Pre-hearing meetings held for proposed Kaimai wind farm August 01, 2019

Hauraki district to take urgent climate change action August 01, 2019

MP for Coromandel picks up Climate Change portfolio July 30, 2019

Emergency Services Exercise in Whangamata this Saturday July 26, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update July 24, 2019

Massive illegal haul of flounder and oysters shocks fishery officers July 23, 2019

Government grants for help with heating available for eligible home owners July 19, 2019

Whitianga's great pipes July 18, 2019

Remembering the 2012 Waihi underground mine fire July 17, 2019

Government funding tops off Kaiaua leg of Hauraki Rail Trail July 17, 2019

Safer journeys ahead for godwits and redknots July 15, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update July 11, 2019

Remembering the Rainbow Warrior and Fernando Pereira July 10, 2019

Getting inside the mining fence and Gold Story gets easier July 09, 2019

Severe Weather eases in time for School Holidays July 04, 2019

BOP Flood Room Activated July 04, 2019

Plastic not Fantastic from today July 01, 2019

BOP declares Climate Emergency June 28, 2019

Clear night skies ahead for many places to spot Matariki rising June 24, 2019

Are you ready if the worst happens? June 20, 2019

New drinking water reservoirs almost ready to flow June 19, 2019

Fine and Frosty Forecast June 17, 2019

Watch this Space! June 10, 2019

OceanaGold Media Statement June 07, 2019

Coromandel Watchdog Opposes Oceana Gold Judicial Review June 07, 2019

Coromandel MP drops in for chat June 07, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update May 29, 2019

Moving Day this Saturday for farmers May 28, 2019

Local Mayor out of touch with community - Protect Karangahake May 27, 2019

Earthquake swarm livens up Whakaari - White Island May 27, 2019

Good Gypsy Day planning key to preventing pest plant spread May 21, 2019

Drill rig installs water measuring tool May 21, 2019

Dirty Ridge - MetService are forecasting a mild Autumn week of weather May 20, 2019

Court action likely after men take more than 3,500 pipi from Bay of Plenty harbour May 20, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update May 16, 2019

Communities encouraged to reduce waste in face of rising costs May 14, 2019

Hauraki District Council's Kaimanawa drinking water supply project begins May 13, 2019

OceanaGold applies for Wharekirauponga mine permit May 12, 2019

Coromandel Watchdog Challenges Government to Honour Promises May 12, 2019

A cooler and windier week ahead May 12, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update May 08, 2019

Sage leaves bad taste in Mayor’s mouth May 07, 2019

No Place For Tailings says Coromandel Watchdog May 03, 2019

LINZ explains process Oceana Gold’s overseas investment application May 03, 2019

Gold mining company disappointed at Minister’s decision May 03, 2019

OceanaGold's purchase of two Waihi farms declined May 03, 2019

Coromandel crayfish poachers are low-lifes April 24, 2019

Water restrictions in Waihi and Waikino have now been lifted April 23, 2019

Sprinkler restrictions still necessary April 18, 2019

Extinction Rebellion Aotearoa protests begin April 16, 2019

Lead up to Easter on a high April 15, 2019

OceanaGold Project Martha Update 04.04.2019 April 04, 2019

TCDC Council Majority says no to Climate Change Declaration April 02, 2019

Large fine for leaching chicken manure into river March 28, 2019

Full moon, Supermoon, Harvest moon rising tonight March 21, 2019

OceanaGold Project Martha Update 20.03.2019 March 20, 2019

Prime Minister Adern acknowledges the School Strike 4 Climate Action March 15, 2019

Pike River Mine re-entry March 12, 2019

Palms stolen from Waihi Beach property March 11, 2019

TCDC mitigating beach erosion at Flaxmill Bay March 06, 2019

OceanaGold Update March 06, 2019

Warm weather set to continue March 05, 2019

Sprinkler restrictions still necessary on alternate days March 05, 2019

Rallying call goes out for protection against mining conservation land March 05, 2019

Bird poo likely cause of Uretara River E.coli levels March 05, 2019

Waihi Beach Community Board speaks up about KiwiCamp facility March 04, 2019

Coromandel Town Goldmine becoming a popular sustainable business February 28, 2019

Total Watering Ban lifted in Waihi and Waikino February 26, 2019

OceanaGold announces maiden resource at Wharekirauponga on the Coromandel Peninsula February 25, 2019

OceanaGold Project Martha Update 20.02.2019 February 20, 2019

DoC opposes Kaimai wind farm proposal February 20, 2019

Total watering ban still in place - Waihi and Waikino February 18, 2019

MetService are forecasting what looks to be the wettest week this year. February 18, 2019

Total watering ban in Waihi and Waikino February 16, 2019

New fines on the way for Hauraki District dumpers February 15, 2019

Surf Lifesaving New Zealand urges caution due to large swell February 11, 2019

OceanaGold stands by family of miner February 07, 2019

Project Martha ready to start February 05, 2019

Kia ora to Indonesia January 31, 2019

OceanaGold Update January 30, 2019

Hellers prosecuted over mispackaged Sizzlers sausages January 30, 2019

Toxic shellfish warning should be taken seriously January 25, 2019

Spread the message about Kauri Die Back to avoid spreading the disease January 25, 2019

Coromandel Watchdog guards their backyard January 22, 2019

OceanaGold Update January 16, 2019

Wind farm submissions close 4.30 pm January 31 January 08, 2019

Spreading the Kauri Dieback message to avoid spreading Kauri Dieback January 08, 2019

Protecting Coromandel kauri – it’s up to you! January 04, 2019