27 May 2022

Wide range of roles for iwi, hapu and whanau in water sector

Following the Water New Zealand Conference and Expo in Kirikiriroa Hamilton, Water New Zealand board member Troy Brockbank talked on Radio Waatea about the many opportunities and wide range of roles for iwi, hapu, and whanau in the water sector.

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We need to put a vital ingredient into the water – democracy

Wellington's Owhiro Bay water activist, Eugene Doyle, was one of the presenters at the Water New Zealand conference in Kirikiriroa Hamilton. He told the audience about the need for councils and utilities to genuinely work with local communities.

Waters industry urged to help shape final detail of Three Waters reform

Water industry players have been urged to stay closely engaged with the legislative process for enabling the controversial Three Waters reforms, which will set up four big entities to run water services.

Backflow Rules Webinar

Webinar on Backflow Rules

2022 Virtual Coffee Catch-ups

Available to Water New Zealand members. Members will need to login to register.

Stormwater 101 - Digital Badge

Online training course hosted by Water New Zealand.

26 May 2022

Pipeline 26 May 2022

We’re here at Claudelands – at our second conference in a fortnight! Don’t forget to vote in our photo competition and check out new professional development and learning opportunities.

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Pipeline 12 MAY 2022

Yay – nearly conference time! Take a look at our exciting presentations and workshops, listen to our latest podcast - Te Mana o te Wai, and read the latest features in the digital edition of Water

Pipeline 28 April 2022

Final opportunity to nominate your colleagues for Stormwater Awards, find out about the latest training opportunities and how to become a water sector mentor

‘Ka ora te wai, ka ora te whenua, ka ora ngā tāngata’

‘If the water is healthy, the land is healthy, the people are healthy’

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