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Identifying, investigating and managing risks associated with former sheep-dip sites: A guide for local authoritiesNovember 2006This guideline was developed to help local authorities address the potential risks from contaminated sheep-dip sites. It provides best practice advice on identifying potentially contaminated sheep-dip sites, and determining the acceptable level of contamination for various land uses. Read more
August 2006These guidelines provide guidance to help local authorities manage information about sites associated with hazardous substances and provide the best available information to landowners, property buyers, and other interested parties. Read more
April 2006In early 2005, the Government held meetings throughout New Zealand to discuss problems facing water management , and to identify possible solutions. This document summarises what we found out, and what we believe needs to be done to improve freshwater management in New Zealand. Read more
February 2006The Cultural Health Index is a tool that Māori can use to assess and manage waterways in their area. This guide explains how to apply to Cultural Health Index from selecting sites and setting up a monitoring team, to calculating the index scores for the sites. Read more