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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Ratepayers will have to foot the bill for the future of Wellington's central library
     28 May 2019
    Ratepayers will have to foot the bill for the future of Wellington's central library
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    Concerns Westland District Council doesn't have ability to clean up after flooding hit the region
    28 May: There are concerns the Westland District Council doesn't have the ability to clean up after flooding and bad weather hit the region... more
    A wet start to winter for much of the South Island
    27 May: A wet start to winter for much of the South Island... more
    New Zealand's newest citizens like the solitary life, have leopard-like markings, and can each weigh up to 600kg
    26 May: New Zealand's newest citizens like the solitary life, have leopard-like markings, and can each weigh up to 600kg... more
    All Blacks hooker Dane Coles is on the plane for the Hurricanes' Super Rugby tour of South Africa
    26 May: All Blacks hooker Dane Coles is on the plane for the Hurricanes' Super Rugby tour of South Africa... more
    A swarm of earthquakes has rocked White Island in the Bay of Plenty
    26 May: A swarm of earthquakes has rocked White Island in the Bay of Plenty... more
    MetService has issued a Severe Weather Warning for an extended period of heavy rain for the west of the South Island
    25 May: MetService has issued a Severe Weather Warning for an extended period of heavy rain for the west of the South Island... more
    A group of Western Bay of Plenty residents are pleading for the chance to have their road tar-sealed
    25 May: A group of Western Bay of Plenty residents are pleading for the chance to have their road tar-sealed... more
    TThe largest slow slip earthquake ever observed in New Zealand is exciting scientists
    23 May: TThe largest slow slip earthquake ever observed in New Zealand is exciting scientists... more
    A substantial chunk of New Zealand's ice is now gone for good
    22 May: A substantial chunk of New Zealand's ice is now gone for good... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     23 May: TThe largest slow slip earthquake ever observed in New Zealand is exciting scientists ++++++++++++++++++++++
     02 Jun: Travellers on the South Island's east coast can drive freely again, as a rockfall is cleared from State Highway one south of Kaikoura ++++++++++++++++++
     09 Jun: At least 35 aftershocks have been recorded following a magnitude 5.5 earthquake near Milford Sound this morning ++++++++++++++++++
     09 Jun: Central Otago residents have been shaken awake by a powerful earthquake +++++++++++
     10 Jun: There's potential for a rail hub near Dannevirke to take 200-thousand tonnes of logs off the road ++++++++
     12 Jun: A worker is said to be in a hopeful condition in hospital, after a workplace incident involving chemicals in Christchurch +++++++
     10 Jun: Cambodian opposition uses mass noodle-eating sessions to boost support in wake of political ban +++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      17 Jun: Productivity commission appointments bolster labour, health, environment credentials (sharechat.co.nz)
      15 Jun: National portrait: mike joy, passionate advocate for the environment (Stuff.co.nz)
      14 Jun: How nz's wellbeing budget delivers for the environment (voxy.co.nz)
      14 Jun: Southland regional pest management plan released (voxy.co.nz)
      14 Jun: Omaui cats can stay under southland regional pest management plan (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Jun: Hawke's bay set to declare a climate emergency (NZ Herald)
      13 Jun: Part of auckland infested with rats 'the size of cats' that are 'not scared of humans' (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Jun: Employment, environment among farmers' concerns (Stuff.co.nz)
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