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17 November 2021
Public submissions are now open on an application to import a new fungicide, to control downy mildew in onions and late blight in tomatoes and potatoes.
12 November 2021
An independent panel has cleared the way for roading upgrades, including a walking and cycling path alongside State Highway 1, between Papakura and Drury South.
An independent panel has granted resource consent for a 13-storey office building, including retail and café space, on Molesworth Street in the Wellington subur…
10 November 2021
The second week of a hearing on an application to draw an additional 150 million litres of water a day from the Waikato River for Auckland City’s water supply n…
08 November 2021
A tomato plant virus is among seven organisms in line for deregulation, having recently established themselves in Aotearoa New Zealand.
04 November 2021
A new fungicide which controls bunch rot and powdery mildew in grapes has been approved for use in New Zealand, subject to conditions.
A proposal to update the hazard classification of two fungicides, in line with changes recently made in the European Union and Australia, is now open for public…
The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) is beginning to analyse the 465 responses received to its call for information on the herbicide glyphosate, which c…
03 November 2021
On 22 October 2021, the Environmental Protection Authority received a request from Trans-Tasman Resources Limited to reconsider its 2016 application for marine …
29 October 2021
Annual returns data for individual participants in the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) has been made public for the first time.