July 2018 media releases

Lower Rangitāiki Information Day this Saturday

Interested residents are invited this Saturday 4 August

Fairview Park kindy plant fruit forest with help from Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Over 40 children planted 26 trees with the help of Regional Council

Waioeka - Otara River Scheme - flood repairs ahead of schedule

Waioeka - Otara River Scheme - flood repairs ahead of schedule

Waihi beach service moves to two days

'Town Connector' Waihi and Waihī Beach to Katikati van service to run two days

Annual Lake Rotoiti drawdown to begin

Lake level will drop by 100mm to help facilitate flushing of the Ōhau Channel

Ford Road fish take a break

Access to Te Tumu Cut and Maketū Spit will be closed from 1 August

Flood Review Community Consultaion

The Review Panel is inviting residents to meet them on 4 August.

Flood Review

A Independent Flood Review Panel is being held.

Ballance fined $82,500 for sulphur dioxide leak

Ballance Agri-Nutrients has been fined $82,500.

Brown sludge a natural occurrence

Foam and sludge on eastern Bay of Plenty beaches is surf diatoms.

Rotorua stream repairs continue

Repair works are complete at 30 of the 200 sites damaged by Rotorua floods.

Collaboration key to Environmental Programme success

Environmental Programme guaranteed for another five years