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Our latest monitoring has found elevated levels of the toxic algae benthic cyanobacteria in the Hamilton Burn at Affleck Road.
A document outlining staff responses to written submissions on the pest plan has been released publicly.
Lake snow has been confirmed in Lake Manapouri.
Expressions of interest to join the Regional Forum closed on Friday and 60 applications were received.
The hearing for the proposal for the Southland Regional Pest Management Plan is being held on Monday and Tuesday.
Environment Southland’s latest monitoring has found elevated levels of the toxic algae benthic cyanobacteria in the Waikaia River at Waikaia.
An application to establish three marine farms in Big Glory Bay, and the marine farming activity required to manage and operate them.
Our latest monitoring has found toxic algae in the Mataura River near the Mataura Island Bridge.
A boat carrying a potentially high risk marine pest was discovered in Fiordland during a recent compliance trip.
If you're thinking about applying to become a member of the Regional Forum but have questions, pop in and see us.
A hearing for the Proposal for a Southland Regional Pest Management Plan will get underway on 15 February.
Expressions of interest are now being sought for people interested in contributing to Southland’s future.
Last week councillors approved the final swimmability targets for Southland.
Environment Southland’s latest monitoring has found elevated levels of the toxic algae benthic cyanobacteria in the Waiau River at Tuatapere.
We are disappointed in Fish & Game NZ's assertion of "an environmental disaster" relating to sediment run-off.