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Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Rerewhakaaitu Farmers Managing Nutrients to Protect Local Lakes

Farmers from the Rerewhakaaitu community are taking practical steps to protect water quality in their local lakes. They have...
Broadband rollout

Broadband extends to 99.8% of population

Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones and Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Kris Faafoi have today announced significant additional rural broadband...
The Harbourmaster Team gave children the chance to practice letting off their own flares

Serious Fun With Eels, Insects And Effluent

More than one hundred students from 10 Bay of Plenty schools enjoyed a day out discovering how to monitor and care for...
bay of plenty

Councils Work Together to Regenerate Local Waterways

High priority works to improve stream health and repair erosion damage are progressing on several streams in the Rotorua area.
Everyone doing their bit

If everyone did their bit

I read a lot of reports on what is happening nationally and across the Bay of Plenty. There is no shortage of matters of...
photo of a red boat on a lake

If you like trout, think about catfish

All it would take to cause irreversible damage to our lakes and tributaries is one person transporting a catfish or its eggs to a...
New Zealand bush from the air

Waiata, waka and hinaki for our Kaituna – 30 Sept, 10 am to 2...

Waiata, waka and hinaki will all be part of an interactive day on the Kaituna River this weekend. 30 September, 10 am - 2 pm Te Maru...
a photograph of a wood burning fire

One more winter to clean the air Rotorua

Next winter is the last winter Rotorua residents will have to use their old wood burners before regulations are enforced. Old wood burners, multi-fuel burners...