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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Auckland's council-owned pools are staying closed for the foreseeable future
     15 May 2020
    Auckland's council-owned pools are staying closed for the foreseeable future
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    The magic walk to get to Rob Roy Glacier will remain closed despite access being lifted for Level 2
    14 May: The magic walk to get to Rob Roy Glacier will remain closed despite access being lifted for Level 2... more
    The economic impact of Covid-19 is expected to be worse than the Canterbury earthquakes and the Global Financial Crisis combined
    14 May: The economic impact of Covid-19 is expected to be worse than the Canterbury earthquakes and the Global Financial Crisis combined... more
    Hawke's Bay farmers say Covid-19 is the least of their problems - as they suffer the worst drought in decades
    13 May: Hawke's Bay farmers say Covid-19 is the least of their problems - as they suffer the worst drought in decades... more
    A karakia is taking place about now to lift a Covid-19 road block in a remote community on the East Coast of the North Island
    13 May: A karakia is taking place about now to lift a Covid-19 road block in a remote community on the East Coast of the North Island... more
    Two fires in Auckland have highlighted the importance of smoke alarms and sprinkler systems
    12 May: Two fires in Auckland have highlighted the importance of smoke alarms and sprinkler systems... more
    Aucklanders might have to wait a bit longer to take out library books or swim at a pool
    12 May: Aucklanders might have to wait a bit longer to take out library books or swim at a pool... more
    MetService is expecting the drought to continue
    11 May: MetService is expecting the drought to continue... more
    Work has been found for more than a hundred forestry workers who lost their jobs when covid-19 halted the industry
    10 May: Work has been found for more than a hundred forestry workers who lost their jobs when covid-19 halted the industry... more
    We are saving our precious native birds - but it might be at the expense of our native insects
    9 May: We are saving our precious native birds - but it might be at the expense of our native insects... 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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     Today's News

    Environment:
    An urgent investigation into an old council landfall site near Gisborne, that eroded during heavy rain 14:07

    Rugby:
    The Blues have signed a second young talent in 24 hours 13:47

    Entertainment:
    Fearne Cotton loves Jesse Wood "to the moon" 13:43

    Business:
    Latest Paymark figures show spending rebounded strongly in June 13:27

    Entertainment:
    Victoria Beckham loves her husband David "more each day" 13:13

    Soccer:
    The resumption of football's A-League season is in doubt 13:07

    International:
    Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, say Commonwealth must acknowledge past to fight racism 13:07

    Entertainment:
    Prince Royce has been diagnosed with coronavirus 12:43

    Business:
    New Zealand firms aren't expecting a pickup in economic activity anytime soon and many plan to further reduce staff 12:37

    Law and Order:
    A Dunedin student tried to scratch out his eyeballs at a student party - after taking what he thought was ecstasy 12:27

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