Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Management

Auckland Council pitches freedom camping education funding

Auckland Council says it will be better equipped to educate the public on rules around freedom camping this summer, thanks to a $256,000 funding...

Van Dyke to head NZTE sustainability

Sustainable business leader and entrepreneur Florence Van Dyke has been appointed Head of Sustainability at New Zealand Trade and Enterprise | Te Taurapa Tūhono...

Sustainability champs converge online

Some of the nation's top sustainability champions will meet virtually this week to co-create pathways to support social, economic and environmental wellbeing in Aotearoa. The...

Christchurch council launches public survey on water reforms

Christchurch City Council has launched a public survey to gauge opinions on looming water reforms. Council Chief Executive, Dawn Baxendale has urged residents to share...

LiDAR to better manage Gisborne erosion

Data from the Tairāwhiti/Gisborne district LiDAR project that will enable better erosion and flood hazard management in the region is now available on the...

DOC says be quick for Great Walks

The Department of Conservation (DOC) is advising the public to be prepared to secure their place on a Great Walk when bookings open tomorrow,...

$5m to accelerate Hawke’s Bay water storage options

The Provincial Development Unit has allocated $5 million to the Hawke’s Bay Regional Council to accelerate investigations into a water storage development in the...

Hawke’s Bay water security options floated

Hawke’s Bay Regional Council has received funding from the Provincial Growth Fund to investigate three water security initiatives. The trio of options are: the development...

Land marked for archives growth

A new specialised storage facility in Levin will help to meet the growing needs of the National Library of New Zealand, Archives New Zealand...