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Wynn Williams Lawyers
This Report makes recommendations for the monitoring, testing and management of water supplies for safer drinking water.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
These changes include a new target that 90 per cent of lakes and rivers meet swimmable water quality standards by 2040.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
With a growing focus on energy and competitiveness, the Strategy identifies a need to improve NZ's energy productivity.
Duncan Cotterill
Anyone with a consent to take water at a rate greater than 5 litres per second must install a water measuring device.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Government is seeking feedback via a consultation document on proposed changes to the way fresh water is managed.
Duncan Cotterill
Overseer is widely accepted by regional councils as the tool for understanding the flow of nutrients on and off a farm.
Duncan Cotterill
There are some real procedural changes, which will affect planning, consenting and land development activities.
Chapman Tripp
The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has rejected a second application for deep sea mining.
Chapman Tripp
No moratorium but greater strategic oversight of the regulatory regime is recommended.
DLA Piper Australia
The update is a legal overview and an assessment of the issues in respect of a renewable energy industry in New Zealand.
Chapman Tripp
We summarise and comment briefly on the proposed amendments.
Duncan Cotterill
Quarry operators may be surprised when tougher health and safety regulations for the mining industry are introduced.
Chapman Tripp
The legacy of the Pike River coal mine tragedy will be a much more comprehensive mining health and safety regime.
Chapman Tripp
NZ petroleum exploration will be a non-notified discretionary activity, so there is no scope for public submissions.
Chapman Tripp
The Crown Minerals Amendment Act 2013 comes into force on 24 May 2013.
Chapman Tripp
The Brief Counsel looks at summary offences in the new CM amendment bill and at the High Court's findings about the MTA.
Norris Ward McKinnon

Water permits can be essential for a farm or vineyard to function and can therefore be extremely valuable assets.

Chapman Tripp
The Government's first response to the recommendations of the Land and Water Forum has been released for public comment.
Chapman Tripp
The Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment will recommend a tougher regulatory regime for fracking next year.
Chapman Tripp
The Land and Water Forum report sets out a detailed policy for freshwater management in times of short or tight supply.
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Wynn Williams Lawyers
With a growing focus on energy and competitiveness, the Strategy identifies a need to improve NZ's energy productivity.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Government is seeking feedback via a consultation document on proposed changes to the way fresh water is managed.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
These changes include a new target that 90 per cent of lakes and rivers meet swimmable water quality standards by 2040.
Duncan Cotterill
Overseer is widely accepted by regional councils as the tool for understanding the flow of nutrients on and off a farm.
Duncan Cotterill
There are some real procedural changes, which will affect planning, consenting and land development activities.
Duncan Cotterill
Anyone with a consent to take water at a rate greater than 5 litres per second must install a water measuring device.
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