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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    An urgent investigation into an old council landfall site near Gisborne, that eroded during heavy rain
     7 July 2020
    An urgent investigation into an old council landfall site near Gisborne, that eroded during heavy rain
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    When did flowering plants take over the world?
    7 Jul: A new global study has revealed the first complete evolutionary tree of the Earth's flowering plant families, showing how the group rose to world domination.... more
    Recent heavy rain around the country is good - especially for farmers and growers
    6 Jul: Recent heavy rain around the country is good - especially for farmers and growers... more
    A fire has caused significant damage to a commercial and residential building in Dunedin
    5 Jul: A fire has caused significant damage to a commercial and residential building in Dunedin... more
    There's been a large fire in a multi-storey building in a commercial area of Dunedin
    5 Jul: There's been a large fire in a multi-storey building in a commercial area of Dunedin... more
    Hundreds of thousands of people in Japan's south-west have been urged to move to safety because of severe flooding and landslides caused by torrential rain, expected to continue through the weekend
    4 Jul: Hundreds of thousands of people in Japan's south-west have been urged to move to safety because of severe flooding and landslides caused by torrential rain, expected to continue through the weekend... more
    Heavy rain and strong winds are on the way for parts of the South Island and the upper North Island
    4 Jul: Heavy rain and strong winds are on the way for parts of the South Island and the upper North Island... more
    South Island ski fields are looking forward to a busy school holidays
    3 Jul: South Island ski fields are looking forward to a busy school holidays... more
    Reports a ship wreck leaching contaminants into the sea off the Bay of Plenty coast
    3 Jul: Reports a ship wreck leaching contaminants into the sea off the Bay of Plenty coast... more
    It's been a chilly start to the day for many parts of the country
    3 Jul: It's been a chilly start to the day for many parts of the country... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     12 Jun: A heavy rain watch is in place for the Ranges of Westland, south of Otira, on the West Coast ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     18 Jun: Canterbury and West Coast mayors have joined the fight against new snow road rules +++++++++++++++++++++
     25 Jun: A rolling earthquake in the lower South Island has rocked residents in Dunedin, Queenstown and Wanaka +++++++++++++++++++
     27 Jun: A magnitude 4.9 earthquake has struck just south of Rotorua this morning ++++++++++
     09 Jun: Inland Canterbury could plummet to minus 15 degrees this coming weekend +++++
     13 Jun: The lower South Island has been hit by a moderate earthquake +++++
     21 Jun: Severe weather in the North Island is causing headaches for motorists +++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      7 Jul: Scott technology trading update; rising to the covid challenge (sharechat.co.nz)
      6 Jul: Government funding 'significantly expands' environment southland projects (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 Jul: Forestry company hoping third time's a charm as harvest ban heads back to court (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 Jul: Marshall islands continues inbound travel ban (RadioNZ)
      6 Jul: Environment court proceedings on ouvea premix begins (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 Jul: Plastic problem bigger than ever amid global pandemic, experts say (Stuff.co.nz)
      3 Jul: Local voice, environment key for green's rma reform support (NZ Herald)
      1 Jul: Agreement reached: tāmaki makaurau to take more water from the waikato river (NZ Herald)
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