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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Around 150 homes in Auckland are still without power after yesterday's gale force winds
     4 August 2021
    Around 150 homes in Auckland are still without power after yesterday's gale force winds
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    The MetService has downscaled it's snow predictions for the South Island's alpine passes
    3 Aug: The MetService has downscaled it's snow predictions for the South Island's alpine passes... more
    There's hope relief's on the way for wind-swept Aucklanders
    3 Aug: There's hope relief's on the way for wind-swept Aucklanders... more
    Chaos in Auckland this morning due to the weather
    3 Aug: Chaos in Auckland this morning due to the weather... more
    Queenstown's town centre makeover starts today, and motorists are warned to expect disruption
    2 Aug: Queenstown's town centre makeover starts today, and motorists are warned to expect disruption... more
    A small Canterbury skifield has finally opened to hundreds of skiers
    2 Aug: A small Canterbury skifield has finally opened to hundreds of skiers... more
    Thousands of people have reported feeling an early morning earthquake in the North Island
    2 Aug: Thousands of people have reported feeling an early morning earthquake in the North Island... more
    The once Covid-19 stricken ship 'Viking Bay' is expected to leave Wellington today
    1 Aug: The once Covid-19 stricken ship 'Viking Bay' is expected to leave Wellington today... more
    A pesky gaggle of Canada geese fouling Kapiti's waterways are being told to flock off
    1 Aug: A pesky gaggle of Canada geese fouling Kapiti's waterways are being told to flock off... more
    Portland's roads melted during last month's heatwave. So what does this extreme weather event tell us about climate change?
    1 Aug: American cities that usually experience moderate summers broke records in June, literally melting through hottest days. Now scientists are trying to answer whether climate change is making these kinds of extremes more frequent.... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     12 Jul: The school holidays are off to a busy start, at tourism hotspots around the country ++++++++++++++++++++++
     08 Jul: The central plateau is shaping up to be a winter wonderland these school holidays ++++++++++++++++++++++
     21 Jul: The West Coast DHB hopes services at Buller Health can be back up and running next week +++++++++++++
     17 Jul: MetService has downgraded the rain warning for Buller from red to orange +++++++++++
     18 Jul: The Nelson Tasman Civil Defence is hoping floodwaters will recede today to unlock isolated areas ++++++++++
     07 Jul: Perth weather warning cancelled after damaging winds, lightning from thunderstorms strike city +++++++++
     16 Jul: Fire and Emergency crews are on standby to support civil defence on the West Coast and in Nelson-Tasman if communities need assistance during a heavy rain event ++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      3 Aug: Decision over massive water take for far north avocado farms looming (RadioNZ)
      2 Aug: Who's eating new zealand? explore the series (RadioNZ)
      2 Aug: More pain predicted as queenstown's tourism industry eyes change in direction (Stuff.co.nz)
      1 Aug: Commercial boat owners are worried about increased pressure in dusky and breaksea sounds (Stuff.co.nz)
      30 Jul: Farmers unhappy as environment southland passes 20 per cent rates rise (Stuff.co.nz)
      30 Jul: Top of the south pushes back on 'costly' cross-regional rma proposal (Stuff.co.nz)
      29 Jul: Environment southland council chamber off limits after black mould found on a wall (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Jul: Appeal against resource consent granted to sir russell coutts for private golf course (NZ Herald)
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