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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Some Hawke's Bay residents have been woken by a strong earthquake overnight
     25 January 2024
    Some Hawke's Bay residents have been woken by a strong earthquake overnight
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    More than eight-million dollars is being pledged to five flood resilience projects in Wairarapa
    24 Jan: More than eight-million dollars is being pledged to five flood resilience projects in Wairarapa... more
    The hot, humid nights across the Lower North Island have ended - for the next few days
    23 Jan: The hot, humid nights across the Lower North Island have ended - for the next few days... more
    A magnitude 7.01 earthquake has struck the Kyrgyzstan-Xinjiang border region
    23 Jan: A magnitude 7.01 earthquake has struck the Kyrgyzstan-Xinjiang border region... more
    Record-breaking temperatures for Anniversary in the capital, with Metservice's Wellington Airport weather station reaching its highest January temperature since records began
    22 Jan: Record-breaking temperatures for Anniversary in the capital, with Metservice's Wellington Airport weather station reaching its highest January temperature since records began... more
    Northern Australia is battening down the hatches as the Bureau of Meteorology warns intensifying activity in the Coral Sea will likely result in the formation of Cyclone Kirrily
    21 Jan: Northern Australia is battening down the hatches as the Bureau of Meteorology warns intensifying activity in the Coral Sea will likely result in the formation of Cyclone Kirrily... more
    Firefighters across Canterbury continue to be on high alert
    21 Jan: Firefighters across Canterbury continue to be on high alert... more
    ???1;While strawberries often claim the summer spotlight, locally grown sweetcorn is even more popular
    21 Jan: ???1;While strawberries often claim the summer spotlight, locally grown sweetcorn is even more popular... more
    A deadly pest has continued its march south from Queensland, prompting a plea for vigilance
    20 Jan: A deadly pest has continued its march south from Queensland, prompting a plea for vigilance... more
    Firefighters are continuing work to extinguish two scrub fires in North Canterbury
    20 Jan: Firefighters are continuing work to extinguish two scrub fires in North Canterbury... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     05 Feb: Work will continue overnight in Kirwee, after a large fire broke out west of Christchurch last night +++++++++
     07 Feb: Fresh fire crews will continue the battle to completely quell a large industrial fire in Onehunga in the morning, with operations expected to continue at least through most of today ++++++++
     04 Feb: The blaze at the Hikurangi house, north of Whangarei, this morning, has been contained ++++++++
     26 Feb: Lyttelton residents are being urged to check their properties for potential mosquito breeding habitats ++++++++
     03 Feb: ???1;Close to a thousand fur seals have starved to death since September on the Kaikoura coastline ++++++++
     06 Feb: The fifth tropical cyclone of the South Pacific season, has formed, near the Cook Islands +++++++
     06 Feb: Around 50 firefighters are back on the ground of the fire at Canterbury's Kirwee +++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      21 Feb: Unanswered questions over why forestry giant ernslaw one lost environment label (RadioNZ)
      14 Feb: Environmental groups say government's plans breach free trade agreement (RadioNZ)
      9 Feb: Cash crisis looming for key environmental regulator as responsibilities grow (RadioNZ)
      8 Feb: Environment minister, christchurch mayor to discuss city's housing density (RadioNZ)
      5 Feb: Parisians vote for rise in parking fees for suvs (BBCWorld)
      16 Jan: Tangiwai podcast uncovers 'uncomfortable truth' about living in nz (RadioNZ)
      1 Jan: How global warming is putting the heat on cricket (RadioNZ)
      28 Dec: Thu, 28 Dec 2023: World's tallest wooden wind turbine starts turning (BBCWorld)
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