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Water storage highest since early 2019

Dam levels have risen past 90 per cent for the first time since February 4, 2019. Recent rainfall events have had a positive impact on...

Dam levels rising

Water levels in Auckland dams have nudged over 60 per cent capacity, the highest since February. The region's population has been closely watching personal water...

Dam water storage levels on the rise

Water levels in Auckland's dams are creeping up following good rainfall over the past week. The region's population has been closely watching personal water consumption...

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...

Watercare: restrictions remain ahead of dry spring

Water restrictions are likely to remain in place this summer. A long-range weather forecast reaffirming earlier predictions of an extremely dry spring means it’s now...

Kōkako rescue mission a success at Hunua dam

Auckland Council rangers swooped to the rescue of a juvenile kōkako at the weekend. The bird turned up several weeks ago in the Cossey Dam...

Dam levels rising but more rain needed

Our dams are slowly but surely filling up but are still way off water levels for this time of year. But there is still more...

Heavy rainfall pushes dam levels above 50 per cent capacity

Auckland’s dams have received a welcome top-up pushing them to their highest level since early April. Watercare today confirmed that while the dams still need...

Good rain nudges dam levels up

Heavy rain over the weekend has topped up the dams a little. Watercare reports that 21.5mm of rain fell yesterday in the Hunua Ranges bringing...

Dam levels slowly on the rise says Watercare

The region’s dam levels are slowly edging upwards but are still way off normal capacity. According to Watercare’s latest drought status update (as at Monday),...

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