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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    A number of organisations are said to be struggling with the costs of earthquake strengthening
     26 May 2022
    A number of organisations are said to be struggling with the costs of earthquake strengthening
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    A storm of events could see a proportion of this year's pipfruit harvest left on the trees
    25 May: A storm of events could see a proportion of this year's pipfruit harvest left on the trees... more
    Dunedin residents have been jolted awake by a short, sharp earthquake this morning
    24 May: Dunedin residents have been jolted awake by a short, sharp earthquake this morning... more
    Aniwaka Haumaha is facing a hectic few months
    24 May: Aniwaka Haumaha is facing a hectic few months... more
    Rare northern Michigan tornado kills two, injures more than 40, flipping cars and tearing off roofs
    22 May: A rare northern Michigan tornado tears through a small community, killing at least two people and injuring more than 40 others as it flipped vehicles, tore roofs from buildings and downed trees and power lines.... more
    Homes and businesses hit by a tornado in Levin yesterday are set to get help as the response and recovery phase kicks in
    21 May: Homes and businesses hit by a tornado in Levin yesterday are set to get help as the response and recovery phase kicks in... more
    Snow is falling far and wide across the South Island
    20 May: Snow is falling far and wide across the South Island... more
    It's a day of strong winds in the North Island and heavy snow in the South
    20 May: It's a day of strong winds in the North Island and heavy snow in the South... more
    Severe winds have rattled the Lower North Island this morning
    20 May: Severe winds have rattled the Lower North Island this morning... more
    Preservation is the reason for skipper Ardie Savea's omission from the Hurricanes' Super Rugby side to face the Rebels in Wellington
    19 May: Preservation is the reason for skipper Ardie Savea's omission from the Hurricanes' Super Rugby side to face the Rebels in Wellington... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     06 May: It's o'clock....I'm.... ++++++++++++++++++
     18 May: It's thought Hutt Hospital's earthquake prone rating speaks to nationwide infrastructure issues +++++++++++
     29 Apr: Water is back on for residents in Christchurch city centre +++++++++++
     27 Apr: Forest and Bird's applied for a judicial review of the Department of Conservation's approval of a Wildlife Permit relating to the capture of penguins on Waiheke Island +++++++++
     03 May: Research from Auckland Council shows intensification isn't just something happening close to the central city +++++++++
     18 May: Fire and Emergency's shooting down claims staffing in Auckland has hit a crisis point +++++++++
     02 May: Councils want to change how building consents are handled ++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      24 May: Environment court hearing begins over te waikoropupu springs in tasman (RadioNZ)
      19 May: Budget 2022: millions for rma overhaul, biodiversity plan (NZ Herald)
      17 May: Otago farming company fined $5000 after burning tyres (NZ Herald)
      9 May: A 'toxic environment': third of city's family harm calls to emergency accommodation (RadioNZ)
      4 May: Local focus: breaking the silence - real talk (NZ Herald)
      29 Apr: Compostable packaging: environment ministry urges cautious approach (RadioNZ)
      28 Apr: Govt's $1.4b housing funding: 'this is what tamaki makaurau desperately needs' (RadioNZ)
      27 Apr: Bunting given task of overhauling black ferns culture (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Rugby:
    Blues coach Leon MacDonald has made sweeping changes to his side for Saturday's final round Super Rugby Pacific match against the Waratahs in Sydney 13:50

    Entertainment:
    Queen Elizabeth used a buggy at the Chelsea Flower Show on Monday (23.05.22) 13:39

    Health & Safety:
    Funding has been announced to lower the bowel cancer screening age from sixty to fifty-years-old for Maori and Pacific people 13:30

    Law and Order:
    A teenage boy charged with stabbing a person in Tawa does not deny the charge 13:10

    Entertainment:
    Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz "didn't get along" when they first met 13:09

    Law and Order:
    With its tales of booze, fights and broken swings, will 'Partygate' report bring down Boris Johnson? 13:00

    Business:
    Fonterra's fired its opening shot for the 2022/23 season 12:40

    Entertainment:
    Christina Perri is pregnant 12:39

    Cricket:
    White Ferns vice-captain Amy Satterthwaite has reluctantly exited the international cricket stage after more than 14 years at the top 12:30

    International:
    The search for the Native American schoolchildren buried in a small US town’s lost cemetery 12:30

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