This old mutt was flabbergasted at the reaction by some mainstream (lamestream) media to the news that Todd Muller would…
The age-old practice of building barriers is useful in the modern context of protecting Waikato’s waterways, especially as we collectively move to beef up our guardianship of lakes, rivers, streams and groundwater.
A couple of myths need correcting over the proposed plan change for cleaning up the Waikato and Waipa rivers.
At least 1000 submissions have been received on the proposed controversial Waikato Healthy Rivers plan change.
A recent NZ Herald article indicated that collaboration over Waikato Regional Council’s Healthy Rivers/Wai Ora Plan Change 1 has cost ratepayers in the Waikato $14.8 million, to date.
One of the problems with the proposed Waikato Regional Council’s Plan Change One is that it is mind bogglingly expensive to implement, says scientist Doug Edmeades, of agKnowledge.
Dairy farmers bracing for unannounced visits by Waikato Regional Council staff are reminded by a Feds spokesman to enforce health and safety rules onfarm.
Waikato Regional Council has received a record over 1000 submissions on Healthy Rivers/Wai Ora: Proposed Waikato Regional Plan Change 1.
A neighbouring regional council is urging the Waikato Regional Council to reconsider its Healthy Rivers plan.
Horticulture NZ was reluctantly preparing for an injunction on the Waikato Healthy Rivers Plan Change submissions last week, after attempts to reach agreement with the council failed.