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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Local Politics articles  Local Politics
    Tauranga City Council is reminding residents water restrictions persist - despite some overnight rain
     18 January 2021
    Tauranga City Council is reminding residents water restrictions persist - despite some overnight rain
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    >> Environment News 

    Dunedin City Council Staff will be on standby overnight for any problems that come up, but they say the worst of the weather in the region has eased, and no further significant rain is forecast
    3 Jan: Dunedin City Council Staff will be on standby overnight for any problems that come up, but they say the worst of the weather in the region has eased, and no further significant rain is forecast... more
    Canterbury Regional Council is warning boaties to beware of submerged debris in Lake Aviemore
    2 Jan: Canterbury Regional Council is warning boaties to beware of submerged debris in Lake Aviemore... more
    The Clutha District Council has warned there could be widespread flooding in the region in coming days
    2 Jan: The Clutha District Council has warned there could be widespread flooding in the region in coming days... more
    Auckland Mayor Phil Goff's looking forward to saying goodbye to 2020
    31 Dec 2020: Auckland Mayor Phil Goff's looking forward to saying goodbye to 2020... more
    The Queenstown Lakes District mayor is happy to be waving goodbye to 2020
    31 Dec 2020: The Queenstown Lakes District mayor is happy to be waving goodbye to 2020... more
    Parts of the Far North are under tougher water restrictions as the region's supply begins to run low
    28 Dec 2020: Parts of the Far North are under tougher water restrictions as the region's supply begins to run low... more
    Auckland Mayor Phil Goff denies he's the Grinch who stole Christmas
    24 Dec 2020: Auckland Mayor Phil Goff denies he's the Grinch who stole Christmas... more
    Claims Nanaia Mahuta's decision to appoint a commission to theTauranga City Council, was the right thing to do
    19 Dec 2020: Claims Nanaia Mahuta's decision to appoint a commission to theTauranga City Council, was the right thing to do... more
    Auckland's Mayor is ready for a summer of sailing on the Hauraki Gulf
    15 Dec 2020: Auckland's Mayor is ready for a summer of sailing on the Hauraki Gulf... more

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