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Moth pod competition heeds revolutionary results

The Eastern Enviroschools cluster has celebrated schools working to reduce waste and eradicate moth plants. Students, teachers and parents from a variety of Howick Ward...

Share Boating supports Doc Edge Festival

Following the success of the America’s Cup events and sailing charters on Sir Peter Blake’s Steinlager 2 late summer, Whitford-based e-commerce platform Share Boating...

Twentieth community planting

The popular annual community native tree planting mornings are on again this June. Through the Mangemangeroa Valley Reserves are 5.25km of walking tracks developed for...

Stoats remain elusive on Motutapu

Pest free sanctuary Motutapu Island is having a tough run with four stoat invasions in one year. Evidence shows that all stoats swam from...

Dams near half full, but water supply stable

More dry weather means Auckland's dams may again drop below half full, but Council controlled organisation Watercare says the city's water supply is in...

Hanisi becomes fishery officer

For Kepueli Hanisi, a childhood spent fishing in the waters of Tonga, to an interest in fishing in New Zealand, led to voluntary work...

Critical pathway in jeopardy

A critical pathway link between Beachlands South East residential area and Pine Harbour Marina has been placed in peril by a proposed housing development...

Students plant 800 native trees

Students from Owairoa Primary School have spent the day planting hundreds of native trees. A total of 30 enthusiastic pupils set off to Ness Valley. They...

Dams approach half full, but water supply is stable – Watercare

More dry weather means Auckland’s dams may again drop below half full, but Council controlled organisation Watercare says the city’s water supply is in...

Thousands of fish found dead at Pine Harbour

Thousands of dead fish have been discovered at Pine Harbour in Beachlands. Local Mandy Reeves chanced upon them on Tuesday, but had noticed the smell...

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