Our latest monitoring has found high levels of toxic algae at Upukerora River at Te Anau-Milford Road. Please avoid contact with the water in this area.
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Environment Southland has commenced the process of developing its Long-term Plan 2024-2034.
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Water samples taken from the Waituna Lagoon following its opening to the sea on 31 January show water clarity has improved.
Environment Southland’s compliance and science teams have been investigating a report last week of dead eels in the Low Burn Stream near Mataura.
Environment Southland’s latest monitoring has found high levels of potentially toxic algae in the Upukerora River at Te Anau-Milford Road.
The Proposed Regional Climate Change Strategy for Murihiku Southland was endorsed at Thursday’s Environment Southland Council meeting.
The following is the list of meetings of Council and its Committees, to be held in Regional House, 220 North Road, Waikiwi, Invercargill, during the month of March
Draft mid-term review of the Otago Southland Regional Land Transport Plans 2021-2031
Here is the list of meetings of the Committees and Council of the Southland Regional Council trading as Environment Southland, for the month of February 2024
Council has accepted the recommendations of the Hearing Panel on Plan Change 5, and if you made a submission you may appeal the decision before 16 Feb 2024.