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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Fertiliser company Ballance has been fined more than 82-thousand dollars over a 20 to 30 metre cloud of sulphur dioxide gas that escaped from its factory in Mount Maunganui
     17 July 2018
    Fertiliser company Ballance has been fined more than 82-thousand dollars over a 20 to 30 metre cloud of sulphur dioxide gas that escaped from its factory in Mount Maunganui
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    Heaven to hell: Inside Japan's worst flood-hit towns
    16 Jul: In just a matter of hours, towns were swept away. Now residents in western Japan are contemplating how to rebuild their lives.... more
    The Coromandel is faring well in the wake of extensive flooding and large slips in the area over the weekend
    16 Jul: The Coromandel is faring well in the wake of extensive flooding and large slips in the area over the weekend... more
    Heavy rain is causing havoc on Auckland roads this morning
    15 Jul: Heavy rain is causing havoc on Auckland roads this morning... more
    Heavy rain and easterly gales are expected across much of the North Island
    15 Jul: Heavy rain and easterly gales are expected across much of the North Island... more
    Wellington's first ever Matariki fireworks have finally gone ahead... now the city's famous whale has left the harbour
    14 Jul: Wellington's first ever Matariki fireworks have finally gone ahead... now the city's famous whale has left the harbour... more
    Vector is urging upper North Island residents to put outside furniture away ahead of stormy weather over the next couple of days
    14 Jul: Vector is urging upper North Island residents to put outside furniture away ahead of stormy weather over the next couple of days... more
    Wet and windy weather is forecast for parts of the upper North Island over the next few days
    14 Jul: Wet and windy weather is forecast for parts of the upper North Island over the next few days... more
    King tides coinciding with strong winds and heavy rain could make for some flooding in the upper half of the North Island
    14 Jul: King tides coinciding with strong winds and heavy rain could make for some flooding in the upper half of the North Island... more
    Blue whale killing denied by Icelandic company Hvalur hf's CEO, who says it was a hybrid
    13 Jul: The boss of the Icelandic company accused of slaughtering a blue whale this week claims it was a hybrid and therefore not a protected species.... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     28 Jun: Top scientist urging patience from fisheries around Kaikoura paua while stocks recover +++++++++++++++++++
     22 Jun: A number of train services have been cancelled as Wellington wakes up to the first icy morning of the season +++++++++
     07 Jul: Thai cave rescue: Desperate push to free boys within 48 hours, before heavy rains hit +++++++
     26 Jun: Drones and planes could be the next step in the fight against plant diseases ++++++
     23 Jun: MetService has issued a severe weather watch for southern parts of the South Island ++++++
     07 Jul: A new homeless shelter in Rotorua has forced the Rotorua Lakes District Council onto the back foot ++++++
     27 Jun: Cold snap surprised Aucklanders used enough power to light Harbour Bridge for more than 167 years ++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      17 Jul: 'this is in no way a place for a young person to be' (RadioNZ)
      17 Jul: New guidelines to assist rma compliance - parker (voxy.co.nz)
      17 Jul: Environmental protection authority chair and deputy announced (voxy.co.nz)
      15 Jul: Local government support on waste welcome - sage (voxy.co.nz)
      15 Jul: Environment southland to investigate 1080 dump on stewart island (Stuff.co.nz)
      14 Jul: Sir ray avery's waitangi day lifepod concert off to environment court (NZ Herald)
      14 Jul: Environment court to make call over eden park concert (RadioNZ)
      14 Jul: Mike taylor: the stockmarkets' endangered species (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

    Health & Safety:
    There are claims the medical privacy of up to 800,000 Aucklanders has been put at risk 19:17

    Law and Order:
    A police officer's been scolded for using pepper spray on a man while another group of police stood by 18:07

    Business:
    A group of financial advisers are calling on the Financial Markets Authority and the Reserve Bank to regulate providers of default KiwiSaver funds 17:27

    General:
    Mahe Drysdale remains determined to reclaim New Zealand's men's single sculls seat for the Tokyo Olympics and hopes the rules remain the same for next year's selection battle 16:57

    Business:
    There's a call for the wool industry to levy their members to promote their product 16:17

    Rugby League:
    The Canberra Raiders will be without their skipper for the rest of the NRL season 15:27

    Law and Order:
    Police in Waikato say they're working tirelessly following what's believed to be three gang related deaths in the last two weeks 14:57

    Law and Order:
    Waikato police believe gangs are involved in three killings in the region in the past three weeks 14:37

    International:
    Bill Browder: Vladimir Putin's 'No 1 enemy' slams summit as Moscow makes Trump 'incredible offer' 14:27

    Motoring:
    Dion Smith plans to be on the start line when the Tour de France resumes after a day off this evening 14:27

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