News & Notices Archive

Land Information New Zealand’s Statement of Intent 2012>15 was tabled in Parliament today. The Statement of Intent (SOI) is a public accountability document published
Public submissions are being sought on the Preliminary Proposal for Middle Hill pastoral lease tenure review. Submissions close 16 July 2012. NOTICE IS GIVEN under Section 43 of
Property owners and users of Lake Wanaka, including for recreation, are advised that the herbicide diquat will be applied in gel form to control lake weed (Lagarosiphon) at the
Scott Taylor-Beech may only be eight but he is already a treasure-hunting expert who uses a handheld GPS receiver loaded with internet map data to track down prizes hidden all
Property owners and users of Lake Dunstan, including for recreation, are advised that the herbicide diquat will be applied in gel form to control lake weed (Lagarosiphon) at the
Land Information Minister Hon Maurice Williamson and Associate Minister of Finance Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman have followed the new recommendation of the Overseas Investment Office (
Please note: The geospatial viewer was funded by LINZ until 30 June 2012 to assist the production of and consultation on the Auckland Spatial Plan. The geospatial viewer is no
Property owners and users of the Rotorua Lakes, including for recreation, are advised that the herbicide diquat, will be used in gel form to control lake weed at several sites in
Registrations are now open for the 4th Digital Earth Summit, “Digital Earth and Technology” being held in Wellington New Zealand from 2 to 4 September 2012. Wellington
Property owners and users of Lake Benmore, including for recreation, are advised that the herbicide diquat, will be applied in gel form to control lake weed (Lagarosiphon) in the
1 March 2012

Landscan March 2012

In this issue... LINZ takes lead in open government data and information programme Efforts to get geospatial and other high value government data released for re-use have received
The High Court today released its decision in relation to the judicial review of Ministers’ decision to grant consent to Milk New Zealand Holding Limited (a wholly owned
Property owners and users of Lake Wanaka, including for recreation, are advised that weed spraying to treat lake weed in Lake Wanaka has been delayed until further notice. The
Property owners and users of Lake Wanaka, including for recreation, are advised that the herbicide diquat will be applied in gel form to control lake weed (Lagarosiphon) at the
Note: The decision referred to below was set aside by the High Court (refer Tiroa E and Te Hape B Trusts v Chief Executive of Land Information [2012] NZHC 147). Instead, please

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