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Government says local council ownership and strengthened local voice locked in as it accepts majority of Three Waters Working Group recommendations
29th Apr 22, 11:00am
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Government says local council ownership and strengthened local voice locked in as it accepts majority of Three Waters Working Group recommendations
Economist Brian Easton says history books and policy changes such as for Three Waters and the media merger warn us ignoring economics is dangerous
11th Apr 22, 8:44am
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Economist Brian Easton says history books and policy changes such as for Three Waters and the media merger warn us ignoring economics is dangerous
The fight over the Three Waters reforms is about to reignite in earnest in 2022 amid claims of administrative bullying, broken promises, and dodgy numbers. But all agree we need to rise higher than our global top ten drinking water quality ranking
21st Jan 22, 10:26am
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The fight over the Three Waters reforms is about to reignite in earnest in 2022 amid claims of administrative bullying, broken promises, and dodgy numbers. But all agree we need to rise higher than our global top ten drinking water quality ranking
New Year livestock prices have eased back somewhat, but with warmer temperatures and reasonable rainfall, some regions are not as water-stressed as usual. New Zealand is faring better than many other global agricultural areas
19th Jan 22, 1:55pm
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New Year livestock prices have eased back somewhat, but with warmer temperatures and reasonable rainfall, some regions are not as water-stressed as usual. New Zealand is faring better than many other global agricultural areas
Economist Brian Easton says journalist Graham Adams has raised an important issue of the Māori caucus and policy in the current government
6th Dec 21, 8:38am
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Economist Brian Easton says journalist Graham Adams has raised an important issue of the Māori caucus and policy in the current government
Economist Brian Easton asks: Why is there so much local opposition to the Three Waters restructuring?
15th Nov 21, 11:22am
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Economist Brian Easton asks: Why is there so much local opposition to the Three Waters restructuring?
Economist Brian Easton asks: What is the Three Waters restructuring actually about?
8th Nov 21, 9:17am
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Economist Brian Easton asks: What is the Three Waters restructuring actually about?
Brendon Harré looks at the Three Waters reforms through a Christchurch lens and finds a focus on just two waters, with much to be concerned about over the direction of stormwater management
6th Nov 21, 11:46am
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Brendon Harré looks at the Three Waters reforms through a Christchurch lens and finds a focus on just two waters, with much to be concerned about over the direction of stormwater management
Government takes heavy-handed approach, requiring councils to transfer ownership of their water assets to four new water entities
27th Oct 21, 10:35am
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Government takes heavy-handed approach, requiring councils to transfer ownership of their water assets to four new water entities
Local government is struggling with two major reforms being imposed by central government, both too big and too important to get wrong
5th Sep 21, 8:31am
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Local government is struggling with two major reforms being imposed by central government, both too big and too important to get wrong
Current and former interest.co.nz journalists discuss rising inflation, tightening monetary policy, house prices and water reforms
19th Jul 21, 12:53pm
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Current and former interest.co.nz journalists discuss rising inflation, tightening monetary policy, house prices and water reforms
The PM, Deputy PM and Local Government Minister descend upon Blenheim for a local government conference, bearing a $2.5 billion carrot to incentivise councils to support their water reforms
15th Jul 21, 12:17pm
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The PM, Deputy PM and Local Government Minister descend upon Blenheim for a local government conference, bearing a $2.5 billion carrot to incentivise councils to support their water reforms
Department of Internal Affairs says new water entities will need to service between 600,000 and 800,000 people to achieve efficiency gains
1st Jul 21, 6:59am
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Department of Internal Affairs says new water entities will need to service between 600,000 and 800,000 people to achieve efficiency gains
Government puts deal on table for local authorities: You give up some of your autonomy and team up to meet new water standards, we help cover the costs
8th Jul 20, 12:03pm
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Government puts deal on table for local authorities: You give up some of your autonomy and team up to meet new water standards, we help cover the costs