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27 May 2020 12:01
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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    A wet weekend is just the start of what's needed in drought stricken Northland
     2 May 2020
    A wet weekend is just the start of what's needed in drought stricken Northland
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    Queenstown bushwalkers are being urged to take care
    1 May: Queenstown bushwalkers are being urged to take care... more
    Satellites show melting ice sheets in Antarctica and Greenland have contributed to 14 mm sea level rise in 16 years
    1 May: NASA satellites bearing advanced laser technology have recorded the most accurate picture of large scale ice sheet melting in Greenland and Antarctica to date, showing they've contributed to 14 millimetres of sea level rise in 16 years.... more
    As Auckland continues to struggle with drought, areas south of the city are seeing their water restrictions lifted
    1 May: As Auckland continues to struggle with drought, areas south of the city are seeing their water restrictions lifted... more
    Reports some Banks Peninsula locals have put up a sign saying their area's for residents only
    30 Apr: Reports some Banks Peninsula locals have put up a sign saying their area's for residents only... more
    Hawke's Bay's dry weather is helping harvesting
    29 Apr: Hawke's Bay's dry weather is helping harvesting... more
    The demolition of a quake-damaged Christchurch building - slammed as an eyesore by locals - has been delayed
    29 Apr: The demolition of a quake-damaged Christchurch building - slammed as an eyesore by locals - has been delayed... more
    Concerns are being raised about hunters choosing to ignore level three restrictions - which allow hunting on private land only
    28 Apr: Concerns are being raised about hunters choosing to ignore level three restrictions - which allow hunting on private land only... more
    A hunter's been charged after illegally hunting on Department of Conservation land in the Lewis Pass area
    28 Apr: A hunter's been charged after illegally hunting on Department of Conservation land in the Lewis Pass area... more
    A 5.6 magnitude earthquake has struck about 40 kilometres north of Te Anau
    27 Apr: A 5.6 magnitude earthquake has struck about 40 kilometres north of Te Anau... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     07 May: Two cuts on the same stretch of fibre optic cable, are causing major problems for Vodafone customers in the Central North Island ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     17 May: Fire crews have contained the large fire in Rolleston, Christchurch +++++++
     02 May: Heavy rain and northerly gales are on the way for many parts of New Zealand tomorrow and Monday +++++++
     16 May: Auckland and Queenstown have been reconnected ++++++
     05 May: Power has slowly been turned back on in Hawera ++++++
     18 May: More water use breaches by Aucklanders ++++++
     15 May: Auckland's council-owned pools are staying closed for the foreseeable future ++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      25 May: Appeals to subdivide land at haumoana dismissed by environment court (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 May: Oil companies appeal council over new environment plan (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 May: Coronavirus: hamilton's private lab helping test for covid-19 (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 May: Marlborough iwi fear council plan fails to protect 'potentially hundreds' of sacred sites (RadioNZ)
      22 May: Marlborough iwi fear council plan fails to protect 'potentially hundreds' of sacred sites (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 May: Pacific warned of seabed mining's irreversible impacts (RadioNZ)
      21 May: Call for global network to promote rotuman language (RadioNZ)
      20 May: Okura/long bay developer todd property to pay auckland council and others $300,000 after failed appeal (NZ Herald)
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