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Blossom Festival about to hit city streets - Hastings Council

The countdown is on for this year’s Blossom Festival and Parade, which as always promises a fun-filled day out in Hastings for all the whānau.

Regenerating the land for our children's future - BOP Council

A small Murupara-based company is simultaneously restoring papatūānuku, and young lives.

Severe September chill across New Zealand - MetService

The severe weather continues, with MetService forecasting an unseasonably cold start to the week as several cold fronts, followed by an influx of frigid air, continue to bring snow to many parts of the country.

Proposal for a container refund scheme release - NZ Association of Metal Recyclers

The NZ Association of Metal Recyclers (AMR) has today released its version of a how a container refund scheme should look to maximise recycling of aluminium beverage cans.

Emirates continues Beirut relief efforts

More than a month after the Beirut blasts left behind devastated communities, Emirates continues to do its part to help turn its customers’ collective generosity from all corners of the globe into essential humanitarian cargo to support recovery efforts on the ground and help those affected reb

Massey has 48 projects as finalists for NZ Best Design Awards

Forty-eight projects from students, staff and graduates of Massey University’s Toi Rauwhāngi College of Creative Arts are finalists in this year’s Designers Institute of New Zealand Best Design Awards.

Summer resealing programme begins on SH25

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency advises the State Highway 25 summer chipseal resurfacing programme begins this week.

The resurfacing crew will start on SH25 west of Thames and work their way clockwise around the Coromandel Peninsula over the coming months.

Case study: FNDC learns lessons from tough performance assessment

A new case study released today focuses on the actions that a progressive Far North District Council (FNDC) has taken to improve and address what was initially perceived as a disappointing first CouncilMARK™ rating.

Farmers warned to check fuel tanks after driver seriously injured

Farmers are being warned that poorly maintained tripod tanks are a serious health and safety risk to fuel users.

New strategy to get more kids learning Water Skills for Life

Water Safety New Zealand (WSNZ) has undertaken a strategic refresh to get greater cut through with its Water Skills for Life aquatic education programme for children aged five to 13.