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  • Bringing Back Building Inspections

    We’ve made it!  In one piece.  Kind of.  After almost five weeks of COVID-19 Level 4, a never before seen pandemic inflicting untold harm and suffering on to our health, society and economy, New Zealand has just taken the significant step of moving back to COVID-19 Level 3. New Zealand, as a team, has been…

  • Hefty fine imposed on farmer and director for pollution

    A Waikato farmer, Mr Gurnam Singh, and his company B&B Singh Limited, have been convicted and fined a total of $63,000 for unlawfully discharging farm effluent into the environment at a farm in Morrinsville in August and September 2018.  The fine is the latest in a long history of environmental breaches for Mr Singh.  Judge…

  • Real Estate Agent censured for falsifying records

    A home buyer in South Auckland was outraged when he discovered that a large portion of his new property was going to be claimed by Auckland Transport – and that the real estate agent knew about this at the time but did not pass this on. Non-disclosure of material information by real estate agents continues…

  • Informants, search warrants and drones over Muriwai Valley

    Informants, search warrants and drones make a great movie right?  It’s all in a day’s work for our compliance and enforcement team. This month, in a Resource Management Act case we are prosecuting for Auckland Council, the Environment Court allowed evidence – including drone footage – to be used at an upcoming jury trial. Judge…