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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Some 16,000 people have been enjoying a perfect summer's day in Queenstown at the Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert - with only a little rain to keep them cool and refreshed
     19 January 2019
    Some 16,000 people have been enjoying a perfect summer's day in Queenstown at the Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert - with only a little rain to keep them cool and refreshed
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    There's a warning heavy rain and strong winds are on the way for Fiordland, Westland and the headwaters of the Otago lakes and rivers
    19 Jan: There's a warning heavy rain and strong winds are on the way for Fiordland, Westland and the headwaters of the Otago lakes and rivers... more
    Antarctica's winners and losers: How climate change will reshape the frozen continent
    18 Jan: New research has predicted which animals will be Antarctica's "winners and losers" as warming continues to change the face of the frozen continent.... more
    Most coffee species at risk of extinction due to climate change, scientists warn
    17 Jan: Bad news for coffee lovers: at least 60 per cent of the world's coffee species are in danger of disappearing thanks to climate change.... more
    Romeo, 'the world's loneliest frog', to date Juliet after researchers find more of his species
    17 Jan: When Romeo was found in a Bolivian rainforest, researchers though he may be the last Sehuencas water frog in the world. Ten years later, he is preparing for a blind date.... more
    Water has forced the closure of shops in a Lower Hutt mall
    14 Jan: Water has forced the closure of shops in a Lower Hutt mall... more
    Water restrictions come into force in the top of the South Island today
    14 Jan: Water restrictions come into force in the top of the South Island today... more
    Marton residents are being told to turn their taps on to help rid the town's water supply of an unsightly brown colour
    14 Jan: Marton residents are being told to turn their taps on to help rid the town's water supply of an unsightly brown colour... more
    Water use in Tauranga is increasing as people try to cope with the summer weather
    12 Jan: Water use in Tauranga is increasing as people try to cope with the summer weather... more
    UV levels will be extremely high across much of the country today, according to the climate agency NIWA
    12 Jan: UV levels will be extremely high across much of the country today, according to the climate agency NIWA... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     30 Dec: Nelson residents may have to start conserving water +++++++++++++++++++
     08 Jan: It's expected Myrtle Rust will start showing on more plants around the country, thanks to warmer summer temperatures ++++++
     09 Jan: A warning for New Zealanders to get insured ++++++
     12 Jan: Another All Black is heading north +++++
     09 Jan: Frustration is growing amongst some Dunedin residents unable to return to their homes +++++
     12 Jan: Water use in Tauranga is increasing as people try to cope with the summer weather +++++
     14 Jan: Marton residents are being told to turn their taps on to help rid the town's water supply of an unsightly brown colour +++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      18 Jan: Drastic reduction in red meat intake at odds with health guidelines, nutritionist warns (Stuff.co.nz)
      15 Jan: Seven digital trends set to shift the world in 2019 (NZ Herald)
      15 Jan: Palau pledge is here to stay, says president (RadioNZ)
      15 Jan: The numbers stack up on wellington runway extension (Stuff.co.nz)
      14 Jan: England veteran james haskell laments lack of social skills in young players (Stuff.co.nz)
      11 Jan: Ikea previously banned from new zealand because it was too popular (NZ Herald)
      10 Jan: Zealandia's rare takahe chick starts solid foods and explores surroundings (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 Jan: Climate change: will insect-eating dogs help? (BBCWorld)
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    Living & Travel:
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