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Napier chlorine-free results revealed

An independent review outlining Napier's drinking water infrastructure’s chlorine-free future versus the status quo will be presented to city councillors this week.

Wellington EV charger use triples

Wellington’s use of electric vehicle (EV) chargers has tripled in the last six months, and almost 11,000 Wellingtonians are now members of...

Positive results for Coromandel’s dotterels breeding season

(Photo: Department of Conservation) As Northern New Zealand dotterel/tūturiwhatu breeding season comes to a close in the Coromandel, the...

Climate symposium finds gaps in national adaptation armour

More than 170 scientists, researchers, local government elected members and officials gathered recently at the LGNZ Climate Change Adaptation Symposium.

Hamilton Council adopts new environment principles

Hamilton City Council has adopted a set of environment principles to guide project planning and decisions and to make sure possible environmental...

Restoring native Awhitu Peninsula

Restoring native trees and biodiversity and improving waterways on Auckland's Awhitu Peninsula will be accelerated thanks to two projects supported and funded...

Forest edge trial to shed light on bat behaviour

Kerry Borkin and Titia Schamhart (photo: Department of Conservation). A trial underway on the edge of the North Island’s...

Government supports more low emission vehicle options

The Government is working to clean up how New Zealanders get around, with approval for 22 new low-emission transport projects announced by...

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Medsafe delays decision on Janssen COVID-19 vaccine

New Zealand's medicines regulator, Medsafe, says it will hold off on a decision regarding a COVID-19 vaccine from pharmaceutical company, Janssen, until...

Bowel screening now available in Wellington region

The National Bowel Screening Programme (NBSP) was launched in Wellington this week, bringing free screening to around 45,000 people living in Kapiti,...

Fines dialled up for using mobile phone while driving

The infringement fee for using a mobile phone while driving will increase from $80 to $150 from April 30, Transport Minister Michael...

Govt puts bite on greyhound racing industry

The Government has today announced a review of animal welfare and safety efforts in the greyhound racing industry. “While...

New Police station for Mount Roskill

A new Police station for Mount Roskill will be officially opened next week.  From April 20, the Mount Roskill...
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