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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Gita: 'We really dodged a bullet'
     21 February 2018
    Emergency services have been flat out with over a 1000 callouts across the country after former Cyclone Gita flooded homes and knocked down power lines.
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    Gita closes roads across the South Island
    21 Feb: Motorists are set to be among the most disrupted by ex-Cyclone Gita as large swathes of South Island's roads remain closed.... more
    South Island, Taranaki brace for Gita
    20 Feb: Councils in the South Island and in Taranaki have declared a state of emergency as they brace for the worst that ex-cyclone Gita will bring.... more
    KiwiRail earnings up despite Kaikoura woes
    20 Feb: Disruption to South Island rail services caused by the November 2016 Kaikoura earthquake masked a continuation in improved operating earnings from KiwiRail.... more
    Scientists discover how NZ glowworms shine
    20 Feb: Scientists hope to use their discovery of just what it is that makes the tails of New Zealand glowworms light-up to aid medical research.... more
    Fidow can wow them: Hurricanes team-mate
    19 Feb: Alex Fidow can take Super Rugby by storm in his debut season believes Hurricanes front-row comrade Ricky Riccitelli.... more
    Hawke's Bay quake rattles North Island
    18 Feb: A magnitude-5 earthquake in the Hawke's Bay, which Geonet describes as moderate, as been felt by thousands around the lower North Island.... more
    Cyclone Gita expected to hit NZ on Tuesday
    18 Feb: Heavy rains and strong winds are expected when Cyclone Gita hits New Zealand with warnings of possible power cuts, water outages and road closures.... more
    Upper Sth Island to bear brunt of Gita
    17 Feb: Weather forecasters are predicting the upper part of the South Island will likely bear the brunt of what's left of Cyclone Gita.... more
    Most freedom campers 'respectful' of rules
    17 Feb: Freedom campers have been getting a bad name this summer but the majority are fine, says a regional tourism authority.... more

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      20 Feb: Need for maritime safety aspect to all pacific climate projects - spc (RadioNZ)
      19 Feb: Blue sky meats fined $116,000 for unlawfully discharging meat works' effluent (Stuff.co.nz)
      15 Feb: Wobbly coalition all at sea over fisheries monitoring (voxy.co.nz)
      15 Feb: National seeks inquiry into plastic pollution in nz's oceans (voxy.co.nz)
      14 Feb: Are sewage spills hurting auckland's marine life? (NZ Herald)
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