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Search to Find Taranaki Environmental Heroes

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Tue 02 Aug 2022 3:40pm

Nominations are now open for the annual Taranaki Regional Council Environmental Awards, which celebrate the secret superheroes in our midst.

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Mapping the world under our feet - soil survey to start

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Fri 29 Jul 2022 9:40am

Work to understand the characteristics of Taranaki’s soil will get underway next month with a detailed survey.

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Cleaner, greener fleet just the start for Taranaki Regional Council

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Thu 28 Jul 2022 4:00pm

An upgrade of Taranaki Regional Council's fleet will be just the start when it comes to future sustainable initiatives within Council.

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Push to keep unwanted visitors out

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Mon 25 Jul 2022

Stopping the next pest from getting into Taranaki is the goal of a new initiative that aims to bring biosecurity to the forefront of people’s minds.

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Yarrow Stadium’s new East Stand design revealed as project’s budget updated

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Tue 12 Jul 2022 2:00pm

A first look at Yarrow Stadium’s new East Stand has been revealed with the release of an artist’s impression of the design.

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Local elections nominations open for Taranaki Regional Council

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Mon 11 Jul 2022 3:00pm

If you want to make your mark on your region, nominations open this week for candidates standing for Taranaki Regional Council in this year’s local elections.

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New Plymouth rat numbers continue downward trend

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Tue 05 Jul 2022

 Rat numbers in New Plymouth continue to trend downwards, with a slight year-on-year increase coming as no surprise to experts.

 

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Our Place: Taranaki State of Environment 2022

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Tue 28 Jun 2022 12:00pm

Taranaki can be proud of many aspects of its environment however significant challenges lie ahead.

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