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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    People in western parts of the South Island and the lower North Island could be pelted by heavy rain today
     1 July 2018
    People in western parts of the South Island and the lower North Island could be pelted by heavy rain today
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    The Hurricanes have followed up a 10-game Super Rugby winning streak by losing three in a row
    1 Jul: The Hurricanes have followed up a 10-game Super Rugby winning streak by losing three in a row... more
    People are being urged not to take risks in an effort to keep warm and dry on these cold nights
    29 Jun: People are being urged not to take risks in an effort to keep warm and dry on these cold nights... more
    The Hurricanes will be without a trio of All Blacks for Saturday's Super Rugby match against the Brumbies in Canberra
    28 Jun: The Hurricanes will be without a trio of All Blacks for Saturday's Super Rugby match against the Brumbies in Canberra... more
    Top scientist urging patience from fisheries around Kaikoura paua while stocks recover
    28 Jun: A top scientist who has been researching paua populations in Kaikoura is urging patience from fisheries while stocks fully recover from the earthquake... more
    Cold snap surprised Aucklanders used enough power to light Harbour Bridge for more than 167 years
    27 Jun: Aucklanders shocked by yesterday's sudden cold snap used enough power to light up the Harbour Bridge day and night for more than 167 years... more
    French butchers seek police protection from 'militant' vegans after shops are vandalised
    27 Jun: A butchers lobby group has sought police protection for its members after a series of attacks by vegans protesting "speciesism" in France.... more
    Drones and planes could be the next step in the fight against plant diseases
    26 Jun: Drones and planes could be the next step in the fight against plant diseases... more
    The weekend's snowfall has completely re-blanketed The Remarkables and Coronet Peak ski fields in Queenstown
    25 Jun: The weekend's snowfall has completely re-blanketed The Remarkables and Coronet Peak ski fields in Queenstown... more
    A big haul from beach cleans up in the capital
    25 Jun: A big haul from beach cleans up in the capital... 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
      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)
      13 Jul: Auckland council purchase of evs will filter down to wider market, aa says (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Jul: Eden park concert battle off to environment court (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Jul: Standards needed on compostable and biodegradable plastics - sage (voxy.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Law and Order:
    Police have named a tramper who died in Nelson Lakes National Park on Saturday 21:57

    Motoring:
    A person has died after the car they were driving crashed into a power pole in Dunedin 21:17

    Environment:
    Heaven to hell: Inside Japan's worst flood-hit towns 20:37

    Netball:
    The Mainland Tactix are expecting another thriller in tonight's ANZ netball Premiership match against the Southern Steel 18:57

    Motoring:
    A person is seriously injured after the car they were driving crashed into a power pole in Dunedin 18:37

    Motoring:
    The NZ Transport Agency says it is working to re-open the section of State Highway 2 affected by a slip in the Waioeka Gorge 24hrs a day from Wednesday afternoon 18:07

    Business:
    The government is being asked to step in and make KiwiRail environmentally friendly 17:27

    Cricket:
    Some silverware for Black Caps paceman Tim Southee 16:57

    Rugby:
    Tom Coventry thinks it just makes sense to grab hold of what's being viewed as a poisoned chalice 16:37

    Business:
    KiwiRail's bosses are being called out for trying to green-wash the company while cutting back on sustainable transport 16:27

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