February 2019 media releases

Dredging work back underway on Kopeopeo Canal

21 February - Another significant milestone has been achieved for the Kopeopeo Canal Remediation Pro...

Sticky dots screen air quality

20 February - Hundreds of sticky dots are proving the key to understanding air quality issues in the...

Applications open for Community Reference Group

20 February - Applications are now open for members of the public to be part of the Community Refere...

Additional school buses for start of school week

16 February - From Monday 18 February four additional school buses contracted by Bay of Plenty Regio...

Health warning lifted for Lake Okaro

15 February - The health warning issued in November for Lake Okaro has now been lifted by the Medica...

Rangitāiki River Scheme Review: recommendations actioned

15 February - Sixteen months after receiving the findings of the Rangitāiki River Scheme Review, the...

Relief in sight for Tauranga bus network with new school service

15 February - Bay of Plenty Regional Council is exploring alternative school bus options to help mak...

Progress on post-flood action plan for Ngongotahā

12 February - The community reference group to help Rotorua Lakes Council and Bay of Plenty Regional...

Public feedback results in bus network changes

11 February - Bay of Plenty Regional Council has apologised for the challenges that have been experi...

Geothermal research shines a light on what lies beneath us

4 February - Since 2009, GNS Science has been collecting magnetotelluric or MT measurements to furth...

More bus drivers needed for Bayhopper network

1 February - A shortage of drivers is impacting services on the new Tauranga Western Bay of Plenty b...

Rerewhakaaitu farmers managing nutrients to protect local lakes

1 February - Farmers from the Rerewhakaaitu community are taking practical steps to protect water qu...