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WIL locks in $11.5 M toward revised Dam cost

Monday, 15 October 2018, 4:16 pm | Waimea Irrigators Limited

WIL locks in $11.5 M toward revised Dam cost To secure a 100-year water supply for Tasman and Nelson through the Waimea Community Dam, a group of local businesses has committed to invest $11 million in Waimea Irrigators Limited. Waimea Irrigators Limited ... More >>

Waimea Irrigators shocked by TDC’s ‘no’ vote for Dam

Tuesday, 28 August 2018, 6:29 pm | Waimea Irrigators Limited

Waimea Irrigators Limited (WIL) is shocked the Waimea Community Dam is not going ahead after Tasman District Council decided today it would no longer continue planning for the Dam. More >>

Storage ponds a ‘ludicrous’ alternative to Dam

Friday, 3 August 2018, 2:59 pm | Waimea Irrigators Limited

Claims about storage ponds being a viable alternative to the Waimea Community Dam are ludicrous, says Waimea Irrigators Limited (WIL) Chair Murray King. More >>

Share offer opens for irrigators to invest

Friday, 9 February 2018, 11:43 am | Waimea Irrigators Limited

Waimea Irrigators Limited (WIL) has publicly released a Product Disclosure Statement for the Offer of Water Shares , which opened yesterday and is publicly available for irrigators on the Waimea Plains to consider. More >>

Waimea Water Augmentation Project Receives a Boost

Tuesday, 8 August 2017, 2:29 pm | Waimea Irrigators Limited

Today’s announcement from the Government that Tasman District Council has been granted $7 million from the Ministry for the Environment’s Freshwater Improvement Fund is great news for the Waimea River, says Waimea Irrigator’s Limited Chairperson ... More >>

Waimea landowners urged to get in quick

Friday, 3 March 2017, 11:57 am | Waimea Irrigators Limited

Waimea landowners have expressed strong interest in purchasing shares in Waimea Irrigators Limited (WIL), a company established to advance the funding and construction of the Waimea Community Dam. The shares will be used to fund the minimum $15 million required ... More >>

Independent report reinforces urgent need for water security

Friday, 11 November 2016, 2:28 pm | Waimea Irrigators Limited

Without the Waimea dam, successively deeper water rationing cuts could cost the Nelson and Tasman region $700 million, a new report released today says. More >>


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