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A more environmentally-friendly approach to managing how and when stormwater can be discharged into Christchurch and Banks Peninsula’s waterways has been finalised.
A ceremonial korowai placed around the Whaka-Ora Healthy Harbour Plan has been handed over to Christchurch City Council by the Lyttelton Port Company (LPC).
A new biodiversity ranger will be patrolling Banks Peninsula in an effort to control power line-hopping possums.
A tiny and very lost Arctic wader has been spotted at Kaitorete Spit near Christchurch, one of just a handful of local sightings of the rare bird.
Invasive weeds clogging the Heathcote River and taking over its banks are being targeted in a spring-time weed spraying programme.
Young people from local schools and early learning centres are being called on to take action to create a healthy Ōpāwaho/Heathcote River.
Outdoor education has taken on a new meaning for Paparoa Street School pupils who have joined forces with Christchurch City Council rangers to restore Rutland Reserve.
A riverside corridor alongside a new student building at the University of Canterbury will be restored following support from the Christchurch City Council’s Biodiversity Fund.
People who spot make-shift jetties and fishing platforms in Christchurch's rivers and streams are being urged to report them to Environment Canterbury.
Helicopters will drop thousands of plants onto the steep slopes above Sumner Road as the final stages of a massive planting project gets under way this week.