23 Jun 2022

Govt poaching council staff makes contributing to reforms harder - local govt group

Rural and provincial councils say a shortage of skilled staff is preventing them from meaningfully contributing to the raft of central government reforms.

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Rag monsters and fatbergs causing chaos in the Kaipara

Rag monsters and fatbergs are causing chaos for Kaipara District Council and costing ratepayers tens of thousands of dollars to clear up

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Reforms will provide scale for efficiency - Alan Sutherland

The chief executive of the Water Industry Commission for Scotland, Alan Sutherland says larger, professional organisations allow for increased skills and capital to attract investment.

29
Jun
Perspectives on Data - A Water Break to the Regulator - Panel Discussion

A panel discussion digging into some of the questions raised at the webinar on 8th June

29
Jun
Stormwater 101 - Digital Badge

Online training course hosted by Water New Zealand.

30
Jun
New Flushability Standards

Standards Australia and Standards New Zealand have recently published a new Flushability Standard that outlines the testing and labelling requirements for products suitable for toilet flushing.

23 Jun 2022

Pipeline - 23 June 2022

Mānawatia a Matariki​ - we hope you enjoy this time of renewal with family and friends.

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Pipeline 9 June 2022

Have your say on the new Water Services Entities Bill, find out more about economic regulation in the water sector and see who won this year’s photo competition.

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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.

‘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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