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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    The freak tornado in Papatoetoe, has left many people trying to work out a way forward
     24 June 2021
    The freak tornado in Papatoetoe, has left many people trying to work out a way forward
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    Support for families affected by Sunday's flooding on the East Coast's Tokomaru Bay
    22 Jun: Support for families affected by Sunday's flooding on the East Coast's Tokomaru Bay... more
    New Zealand is racing to be ready for the Magnitude 8 earthquake due along its Alpine Fault
    22 Jun: The Alpine Fault is one of the most active fault lines in the world and it has a history of sudden movements. Scientists now believe we will see a magnitude-8 earthquake in our lifetime and it will shake all of New Zealand's South Island.... more
    Ashburton Bridge is back running as usual
    22 Jun: Ashburton Bridge is back running as usual... more
    US navy tests aircraft carrier with 'full ship shock trial' explosion that registers as 3.9 magnitude earthquake
    21 Jun: The US navy releases video of a "full ship shock trial" of the USS Gerald R Ford, one of the largest and newest aircraft carriers in the world.... more
    More issues for North Canterbury, after another load of heavy rain
    21 Jun: More issues for North Canterbury, after another load of heavy rain... more
    UEFA drops investigation into Germany's Manuel Neuer wearing a rainbow armband for LGBTQ community
    21 Jun: The ban on political symbols at Euro 2020 prompts a brief UEFA investigation into Germany's Manuel Neuer wearing of a rainbow armband — but officials are still looking into alleged anti-LGBTQ and anti-racism incidents at Hungary games.... more
    Snow's on the way for two mountain passes in the South Island
    20 Jun: Snow's on the way for two mountain passes in the South Island... more
    It's another wet and windy morning in many parts of the country
    20 Jun: It's another wet and windy morning in many parts of the country... more
    Fresh fire crews are on deck in south Auckland to help people impacted by yesterday's tornado
    20 Jun: Fresh fire crews are on deck in south Auckland to help people impacted by yesterday's tornado... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     02 Jun: More schools are expected to open this morning as floodwaters recede in hard-hit Mid Canterbury ++++++++++++++++++
     12 Jun: Tens of thousands of Victorian residents remain without power or telecommunications as heavy rainfall and flooding continue to impact large parts of their state +++++++++++
     10 Jun: A building that used to house a country pub in the West Coast town of Reefton has gone up in flames +++++++++++
     22 Jun: New Zealand is racing to be ready for the Magnitude 8 earthquake due along its Alpine Fault ++++++++++
     13 Jun: Fire, drought and real estate prices are ending the Californian dream ++++++++++
     30 May: With heavy rain expected to continue through the night, towns across Canterbury will be keeping a close eye on river levels +++++++
     30 May: Heavy rain is causing surface flooding on Christchurch roads, with some homes near rivers swamped +++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      23 Jun: Invercargill city council questions environment southland's proposed rates distribution (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Jun: Sport's climate change champions (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 Jun: Cambodia charges environment activists with insulting the king (BBCWorld)
      22 Jun: Councillors' conflict of interest over new environment law a 'mockery' (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 Jun: Environment court slaps transmission gully builder with $70,000 fine (NZ Herald)
      21 Jun: Boaties 'not going away' in fight for delaware bay boat ramp access (Stuff.co.nz)
      20 Jun: Utes in the city 'hazardous and damaging the environment' - public health expert (RadioNZ)
      19 Jun: Utes in the city 'hazardous and damaging the environment' - public health expert (Stuff.co.nz)
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