Native plants key to erosion control

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Wild spring weather and hungry possums are just some of the challenges faced by a team of ecologists tackling roadside erosion.

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LPC supports Quail Island Trust

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Ōtamahua/Quail Island Ecological Restoration Trust gets a helping hand from the Lyttelton Port Company restoring the islands natural environment.

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New chief executive announced
Roger Gray, Lyttelton Port Company CEO

New chief executive announced

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The board of Lyttelton Port Company (LPC) has announced the appointment of Roger Gray as the Port’s new chief executive.

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Helleur helping harbour health

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Forestry in New Zealand received a shake-up last year in the form of the new National Environmental Standards for Plantation Forestry.

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Port Saddle Planting Day

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The next public planting day will be held on Saturday, September 14. Join the event and learn about our unique ecology, flora and fauna of this special place.

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Lyttelton wastewater project work pumps up

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Work on a $53 million project to upgrade wastewater services in the Lyttelton harbour area is moving to a crucial phase, with work under way on a new pump station…

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Eavesdropping on dolphins builds scientific knowledge

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Underwater, ears are more useful than eyes. That’s because sound travels through water much better than light, as marine scientist Dr Matt Pine explains. “Under water, particulate matter and phytoplankton…

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