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29 Nov 2020 11:52
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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    How La Niña causes higher tides and lower global sea levels (but only temporarily)
     29 November 2020
    La Niña doesn't only increase the amount of water falling from the sky. People living on the coast may notice tides are higher than predicted too. What's going on?
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    A winter in the Waikato, but summer on Great Barrier Island ... Kaka birds are proving to be little travellers
    28 Nov: A winter in the Waikato, but summer on Great Barrier Island ... Kaka birds are proving to be little travellers... more
    Bunnings has closed one of its Auckland stores over earthquake concerns
    27 Nov: Bunnings has closed one of its Auckland stores over earthquake concerns... more
    Sydney news: InterCity rail strike ends, Brett Whiteley artwork breaks records at auction
    27 Nov: MORNING BRIEFING: A strike over safety conditions on InterCity trains ends after Transport for NSW cancels testing of the 55 new trains, while an iconic painting by Brett Whiteley becomes the highest value Australian artwork ever sold at auction.... more
    Auckland's pohutukawa vandal has pleaded guilty to illegally cutting down trees
    27 Nov: Auckland's pohutukawa vandal has pleaded guilty to illegally cutting down trees... more
    Driver taxes will put Australia even further behind in electric vehicle market, research finds
    26 Nov: Australia is lagging behind in the electric vehicle market, and proposed taxes from the Victorian and South Australian governments will jeopardise our ability to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, a report has found.... more
    Christmas celebrations will go ahead this weekend in the capital come wind, rain or shine
    26 Nov: Christmas celebrations will go ahead this weekend in the capital come wind, rain or shine... more
    An insurance campaigner says settlement developments are too vague to be good news
    25 Nov: An insurance campaigner says settlement developments are too vague to be good news... more
    Heavy rain and strong northerly gusts could cause power cuts in Auckland today
    25 Nov: Heavy rain and strong northerly gusts could cause power cuts in Auckland today... more
    Aucklanders are being urged to prepare for possible power cuts this week
    24 Nov: Aucklanders are being urged to prepare for possible power cuts this week... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     08 Nov: Buller District council is supporting NZTA in its initiative ++++++++++++++++++++++
     14 Nov: A 40 million dollar programme to fix earthquake-damaged infrastructure in Kaikoura is almost finished +++++++++++++++++
     01 Nov: A catastrophe has been declared in Queensland, with insurers inundated with hailstorm damage claims ++++++
     01 Nov: A magnitude 6 earthquake has struck eastern Indonesia ++++++
     03 Nov: Wellington's Diwali fireworks display will light up the sky on Friday, November 13 +++++
     23 Nov: For many with endometriosis, depression and gut problems are nothing new. But a study has now found a genetic link +++++
     14 Nov: Bad weather could be on the cards for some parts of the South Island +++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      26 Nov: Environment southland independent planners supports consent be granted for proposed gore bridge (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Nov: Minister backs affordable housing plan for hope site, near nelson (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Nov: Three new infrastructure projects to be fast-tracked - ardern, parker (RadioNZ)
      20 Nov: Farmers get $6 million to improve waterways and biodiversity (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 Nov: Measuring damage from seabed mining an issue for supreme court (Stuff.co.nz)
      18 Nov: Freshwater rules delay alliance group resource consent hearing (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 Nov: Iron sand mining decision too focused on environment, firm tells supreme court (RadioNZ)
      17 Nov: Climate forum seeks feedback on environment plans (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Business:
    Elizabeth Zhong was a grandmother looking forward to life with her new partner 11:46

    Entertainment:
    Matthew Perry is engaged 11:44

    Environment:
    How La Niña causes higher tides and lower global sea levels (but only temporarily) 11:36

    Entertainment:
    Bobby Brown Jr.'s loved ones have been paying tribute following his death last week 11:14

    Auckland:
    A motorcyclist's reported to be injured after fleeing Police and crashing on an Auckland motorway off-ramp 11:06

    Law and Order:
    And in the UK More than 150 people have been arrested in London as police tried to break up anti-lockdown and anti-vaccine protests 10:46

    Entertainment:
    Chrissy Teigen is "downsizing" her Thanksgiving this year 10:44

    Law and Order:
    Fiji's 'de facto PM' Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum named in inquiry into 1980s bombings 10:36

    Cricket:
    The whites have been put away and the coloured clothing pulled out in domestic cricket 10:26

    Entertainment:
    Patrick Duffy sees Linda Purl as the "gift that COVID gave [him]" 10:14

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