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22 Oct 2018 4:30
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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    More than 80 boats have crossed the finish line in the country's biggest coastal yacht race
     20 October 2018
    More than 80 boats have crossed the finish line in the country's biggest coastal yacht race
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    Scientists capture eerie seismic howl of Antarctic ice shelf
    19 Oct: Researchers record the Ross Ice Shelf's natural soundtrack — usually inaudible to the human ear — and it could help them monitor changes from afar.... more
    Kayaba System Machinery found to have sold defective earthquake dampers in Japan for years
    19 Oct: A Japanese maker of seismic dampeners — used to reduce the impacts of earthquakes — is found to have falsified inspection data for more than a decade.... more
    The Pando aspen clone or 'trembling giant', the world's largest organism, is collapsing
    18 Oct: The largest organism on earth is a giant underground root system that sends up thousands of genetically identical clone aspen trees. But it's collapsing, according to researchers.... more
    It's been a lot of work to get a new safe viewing area near Kaikoura open for Labour Weekend
    18 Oct: It's been a lot of work to get a new safe viewing area near Kaikoura open for Labour Weekend... more
    'Blood bricks': How climate change is trapping Cambodians in modern slavery
    18 Oct: As drought and unpredictable rain forces indebted farmers off their land, whole families are paying the price as bonded labourers in the brickmaking industry.... more
    The planned cull of tahr is set to begin the Southern Alps on Thursday
    16 Oct: The planned cull of tahr is set to begin the Southern Alps on Thursday, weather permitting... more
    A massive illegal haul of paua has been uncovered in Taranaki
    15 Oct: A massive illegal haul of paua has been uncovered in Taranaki... more
    Hurricane Michael: Rescue teams find bodies in ground-zero town, as death toll reaches 16
    14 Oct: Search and rescue teams begin finding bodies in and around a town of about 1,000 people that was nearly wiped off the map when Michael blew ashore, as the death toll reaches 16.... more
    North Korea: Diplomatic life inside Pyongyang can be 'superficial, difficult, and controlled'
    14 Oct: Despite a record of human rights abuse and nuclear testing, North Korea maintains diplomatic relations with 164 countries — 25 of them with embassies in Pyongyang.... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     02 Oct: Claims new research could have predicted the Kaikoura earthquakes +++++++++++++++++++
     28 Sep: Wellington's port is continuing to feel the effects of the 2016 Kaikoura earthquake - but is getting back on its feet +++++++++++++++++
     24 Sep: It's unlikely school children who fell ill after inhaling compost fumes will experience ongoing effects - but they will be monitored +++++++++++++
     08 Oct: Indonesia tsunami: Every building destroyed in tiny fishing village, family members search makeshift morgues for loved ones +++++++++++
     03 Oct: Day two - as water bottling companies argue they don't need new resource consents for taking 24-million litres of water a day - from two Christchurch sites +++++++++
     22 Sep: Floods ++++++++
     18 Oct: The Pando aspen clone or 'trembling giant', the world's largest organism, is collapsing ++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      19 Oct: Farmer fined for giving a false name after effluent leak (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 Oct: New zealanders want a different political environment, jacinda ardern says (NZ Herald)
      19 Oct: Environment southland confirms commitment to water quality obligations (voxy.co.nz)
      18 Oct: Minister mahuta welcomes major ‘air’ report (voxy.co.nz)
      18 Oct: Australian minister accused of slur against pacific leaders (RadioNZ)
      17 Oct: Australia minister accused of slur against pacific leaders (RadioNZ)
      17 Oct: Blues hopeful evan olmstead thriving in auckland's 'no dickheads' environment (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 Oct: Auckland scaffolding company fined $180,000 after workplace safety offences (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

    Accident and Emergency:
    There's been a serious crash in Northland which has closed State Highway One just west of Moerewa 23:27

    Auckland:
    Some hours earlier, a person died in a three car crash in South Auckland 22:47

    Politics:
    Jami-Lee Ross has been sectioned to an Auckland mental health facility 21:57

    General:
    Kiwi surfer Paige Hareb has won her first event on the World Surf League qualifying series in a decade 18:57

    Law and Order:
    A man has found a slithery 18:37

    Entertainment:
    Selma Blair: Legally Blonde actress uses Instagram to reveal she is suffering with multiple sclerosis 18:17

    International:
    Armless beauty vlogger a social media hit in Thailand 17:37

    Soccer:
    He can't promise a win, but new Wellington Phoenix coach Mark Rudan can promise effort 17:27

    Basketball:
    The Breakers admit they lacked effort in their Australian basketball match against the Sydney Kings in Auckland 17:27

    Business:
    The players are leaving the Rugby World Cup scenarios to the All Blacks management team 16:57

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