Police have located a shovel that was the subject of an appeal in relation to the Grace Millane investigation.
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Local iwi confirms Waitākere rāhui remains in place
Auckland iwi Te Kawerau a Maki have confirmed that the rāhui that currently covers the Waitākere Forest, remains in place since the discovery of Grace Millane's body within its boundaries.
Kauri dieback in Waitākere continues to spread
A West Auckland iwi is receiving acknowledgement for their efforts to push local government to place restrictions in the Waitākere Ranges due to the kauri dieback. However, concerns still remain for locals as the disease continues to spread.
Illegal oil dumpers could face jail, $300k fine
Three illegal dumpers will appear in court tomorrow for dumping oil drums in Manurewa and the Waitākere Ranges. The maximum penalty for individuals is two years imprisonment and a fine of up to $300,000.
Council seeks feedback on closing Waitākere forested area
Auckland Council is currently seeking community feedback on their proposal to close the forested area of the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park.
Govt urged to step in over kauri dieback
Auckland Council’s Environment and Community Committee will meet today to decide what actions the council will take to stop the spread of kauri dieback disease in the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park.
Local iwi are fighting to protect Kauri for future generations
Local iwi Te Kawerau a Maki have placed a customary prohibition over the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park (WRRP) following the Kauri dieback Waitākere Ranges report by the Auckland Council. The report shows the number of native Kauri affected by the Kauri dieback disease has more than doubled in five years.
Kauri dieback disease could mean closure of Waitākere Ranges
The Auckland Council and Local iwi are considering closing the Waitākere Ranges to the public following a report which shows the number of native Kauri affected by the Kauri dieback disease which has more than doubled in five years.
Successful inaugural Matariki Whānau Day held at Arataki
"It was a lovely event. Well done Arataki!" The West Auckland community responds to inaugural Matariki Whānau Day held at Arataki over the weekend.
Junior waka ama paddlers gear up for nationals
It's the last day for most junior waka ama teams as they prepare for the Waka Ama National Championships next Monday. It's one of the biggest years for juniors at a nationals, with more than 250 paddlers competing in both midget and intermediate grades.