16 May 2022

Majority of Auckland rivers have high E coli levels, report finds

Over 80% of Auckland’s rivers have high levels of E coli, which could pose widespread human health risks, an expert says.

An annual Auckland Council report, covering the year 2020, tested for E coli, nitrates, metals and rainfall levels.

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'Pure sewer': Stressed Christchurch community lives under the eternal stench

Residents affected by the Christchurch wastewater plant stench have a chance to air their grievances at a meeting tonight at which the Mayor and some councillors are expected to attend.

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Global credit rating agency's assessment released

The Government has released the latest Standard & Poor's assessment of the proposed new water service entities along with the Cabinet papers related to the representation, governance and accountability arrangements of the new water service entities.


18
May
Stormwater 101 - Digital Badge

Online training course hosted by Water New Zealand.

19
May
Water New Zealand Pink Ribbon Breakfast

Water New Zealand is taking part in the Pink Ribbon Breakfast campaign this year to help support Breast Cancer Foundation NZ's vital work

19
May
Stormwater Conference Workshop: Making Stormwater Greater

A one-hour interactive workshop on how to Make Stormwater Greater: Raising the Profile of Stormwater in Water Reform

12 May 2022

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

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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

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Pipeline 14 April 2014

Orange means go!

We can now welcome everyone to our two key events in May – the Stormwater Conference and Part 2 of our Water Conference and Expo postponed from 2021.

In the meantime, have a safe and happy Easter break.

‘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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