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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    The triple j Hottest 100 is on Saturday. What time does it start and who will win?
     22 January 2021
    Triple j are counting down the Hottest 100 songs of the past 12 months on Saturday. Here's everything you need to know — including which songs might place near the top.
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    Indonesia's latest natural disasters are a 'wake-up call', environmentalists say
    22 Jan: While natural disasters are inevitable in Indonesia, which sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire, experts and environmentalists say the fatal fallout from floods is preventable if deforestation is discontinued.... more
    Auckland Council is working out its next step after Myrtle rust was spotted on a threatened plant in the Waitakere Ranges
    22 Jan: Auckland Council is working out its next step after Myrtle rust was spotted on a threatened plant in the Waitakere Ranges... more
    Aucklanders are being reminded to think about their drinking water, as warmer weather rolls in
    21 Jan: Aucklanders are being reminded to think about their drinking water, as warmer weather rolls in... more
    A reminder to Wellington dog walkers - watch out for toxic algae
    20 Jan: A reminder to Wellington dog walkers - watch out for toxic algae... more
    The lower North Island's bearing the brunt of howling winds bearing down on the country
    19 Jan: The lower North Island's bearing the brunt of howling winds bearing down on the country... more
    Wild weather is set to engulf the entire South Island today
    19 Jan: Wild weather is set to engulf the entire South Island today... more
    Tauranga City Council is reminding residents water restrictions persist - despite some overnight rain
    18 Jan: Tauranga City Council is reminding residents water restrictions persist - despite some overnight rain... more
    Thunderstorms are set to shoo summer away from the South Island today
    18 Jan: Thunderstorms are set to shoo summer away from the South Island today... more
    MetService is warning of heavy rain for Westland and eastern Otago, with severe gales possible across central New Zealand
    17 Jan: MetService is warning of heavy rain for Westland and eastern Otago, with severe gales possible across central New Zealand... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     24 Dec: A fire in a two-storey building on Victoria's University's Karori campus is now out +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     27 Dec: A fruit growers association in Motueka in the Nelson area says yesterday's hail storm may have wiped out so much fruit the labour crisis is somewhat averted +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     28 Dec: Fruit growers in Motueka are counting the cost of Boxing Day's massive hailstorm +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     28 Dec: Work to tally the damage in Motueka is underway in the wake of a devastating hailstorm +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     29 Dec: A much needed summer injection for New Zealand's tourism capital ++++++++
     04 Jan: Slips and flooding brought on by a deluge of rain over the weekend have closed several roads +++++++
     04 Jan: A number of swimming warnings remain in place at dozens of Auckland beaches ++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      22 Jan: Cyber criminals publish more than 4,000 stolen sepa files (BBCWorld)
      22 Jan: Julie payette: canada governor general quits amid bullying claims (BBCWorld)
      21 Jan: Southlanders warned of flooding, more rain to come (NZ Herald)
      15 Jan: Foul stink from retirement village laundry plagues cashmere residents (NZ Herald)
      13 Jan: Work on freshwater in southland is a nationwide first (Stuff.co.nz)
      11 Jan: Two hawke's bay waterways groups receive $4.14m government funding (NZ Herald)
      9 Jan: Government commits $36 million to projects to enhance waterways (NZ Herald)
      9 Jan: Funding on way for 19 projects to enhance waterways (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Skiing:
    A silver medal for kiwi snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott at the opening World Cup event of the slopestyle season in Switzerland overnight 7:16

    Health & Safety:
    Boris Johnson says the UK's Covid-19 variant looks to be more deadly than the original, but vaccines are effective against it 7:16

    Basketball:
    A sensational showing from Tai Webster hasn't been enough to save the Breakers from defeat in game one of their new Australian basketball league season 6:56

    Tennis:
    Margaret Court defends right to religious freedom of speech, slams media over 2021 Australia Day Honours leak 4:36

    Living & Travel:
    WA brings down border with QLD and NSW after days of no community transmission 23:17

    Politics:
    Oranga Tamariki is being urged to explore different leadership models 21:57

    Business:
    The inflation rate is better than expected, but some say the gap between rich and poor is getting worse 21:17

    Environment:
    The triple j Hottest 100 is on Saturday. What time does it start and who will win? 20:07

    International:
    US politics live updates: President Joe Biden unveils national COVID-19 strategy amid grim prediction 19:17

    Basketball:
    The NBA has postponed the Memphis Grizzlies' next three games due to Covid health and safety protocols 18:57

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