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Sanford Limited, Big Glory Bay, Stewart Island has applied for variation to seven coastal permits. Submissions close 22 June 2018.
Pioneer Energy Ltd has applied to change the conditions of resource consents for the operation of the Monowai hydroelectric power scheme.
Environment Southland has partnered with More FM to host this year's mid winter swim at Oreti Beach.
The following are the meetings for Council and/or its Committees for the month of June.
The Environment Court has received 25 appeals on the proposed Southland Water and Land Plan.
Air pollution is already causing concern, with the first exceedance for the year recorded.
Winton, Te Anau and Gore will host community meetings to discuss the changes to the proposed plan.
Monitoring carried out by Environment Southland shows there are still high levels of the toxic algae planktonic cyanobacteria in the Waituna Lagoon.
Councillors have praised the development of a draft guide to limits by the Ministry for the Environment.
The Regional Services Commitee meeting scheduled for Thursday 3 May 2018 has been cancelled due to a lack of agenda items.
The Long-term Plan 2018-28 consultation document outlines our significant issues and proposed changes. We're keen to hear your views by 4.30pm, 16 May
We've received an application from G J H & G J Amtink to reclaim 800 metres of the Higham tributary. Submissions close 23 May.
A strong focus is needed to manage our indigenous biodiversity and land use.
Monitoring carried out on 16 April shows there are still high levels of the toxic algae planktonic cyanobacteria in the Lagoon.
River water quality trends released this week are cause for optimism, and credit is due to all those working hard to make a difference in Southland.