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18 Sep 2019

The new WOW Newsletter has been published - physical copies to Cape Coast Residents have been delivered, and here is your digital version: WOW Election Newsletter Sep - Oct 2019

8 Sep 2019

Hawke’s Bay councils may be asked to stump up more cash for outside expertise in their bid to convince the Government that its regulatory environment may be the biggest obstacle to progressing coastal protection plans local authorities are being urging to develop.

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4 Jun 2019

An opportunity for creative intervention to protect Hastings Council and other infrastructure with an attractive protective edge with picnic and reserve area

Revised submission to HDC Annual Plan re Saving Cape View Corner 4 June, 2019

WOW Inc would like to commend Hasti...

31 Jan 2019

For the first time, environment and engineering researchers have calculated the cost of replacing pipes, roads and buildings destroyed by sea-level rise. The data is included in a new Local Government New Zealand report which spells out a dire warning about the count...

29 Aug 2018

The NZ Geographic Board announced the new name on Wednesday 29th August 2018.

Te Kauwae-a-Māui means 'The fish hook of Māui'.

In Māori mythology, Te Kauwae-a-Māui is the tip of the fishing hook that Māui used to pull up the North Island/Te Ika-a-Māui ('the fish of Māui')...

10 Aug 2018

Peter Beaven explains the Clifton to Tangoio Coastal Hazards Strategy 2120 and the role of the Living at the Edge team.

27 Jul 2018

Simon Bendall from Mitchell Daysh presents an overview of the Clifton to Tangoio Coastal Hazards Strategy 2120, and the work completed to date.

31 May 2018

The Climate Change Adaption Technical Working Group, formed in November 2016 to advise the Government on options for tackling climate change, has, this week, released its final report, "Adapting to Climate Change in New Zealand", in which it gives options for central G...

New Zealand and the Cape Coast are not alone in when it comes to having to deal with coastal erosion; so what can we learn form other countries and communities?

Here is a report prepared by the National Institute of Coastal and Marine Management of the Netherl...

15 Mar 2018

The three Hawke’s Bay councils who committed to developing the Tangoio to Clifton Coastal Hazards Strategy are being asked to adopt and act on the recommendations of the community-based assessment panel. The local approach to community-based decision making on coastal...

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