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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Lawyers for Canterbury lines company Orion lawyers deny sparks from a faulty clamp or fuse is to blame for the Port Hills fires
     4 August 2020
    Lawyers for Canterbury lines company Orion lawyers deny sparks from a faulty clamp or fuse is to blame for the Port Hills fires
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    A pop-up Covid-19 testing site opens in Queenstown this morning
    4 Aug: A pop-up Covid-19 testing site opens in Queenstown this morning ... more
    More than 100-million-dollars is being invested into protecting six regions against climate change
    3 Aug: More than 100-million-dollars is being invested into protecting six regions against climate change... more
    The Ministry of Health wants to see more people taking Covid-19 tests
    2 Aug: The Ministry of Health wants to see more people taking Covid-19 tests... more
    Aucklanders are still under water restrictions and being asked to each use 20 litres a day less
    2 Aug: Aucklanders are still under water restrictions and being asked to each use 20 litres a day less... more
    Rakitu Island... off the coast of Great Barrier Island - has become the last in the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park to be declared predator free
    2 Aug: Rakitu Island... off the coast of Great Barrier Island - has become the last in the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park to be declared predator free... more
    The Department of Conservation says the nearly 14 million dollars spent on restoring two of our best Great Walks shows the value Kiwis place on them
    2 Aug: The Department of Conservation says the nearly 14 million dollars spent on restoring two of our best Great Walks shows the value Kiwis place on them... more
    People urged to stay away from packed beaches as UK records third-hottest day ever
    1 Aug: Despite a warning from UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson about a second wave of coronavirus, many Brits flock to beaches, seemingly ignoring social distancing and local councils' pleas to stay away.... more
    Targeted testing for Covid-19 is rolling out in Queenstown this weekend
    1 Aug: Targeted testing for Covid-19 is rolling out in Queenstown this weekend... more
    More wild weather is expected for the upper North Island
    31 Jul: More wild weather is expected for the upper North Island... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     08 Jul: Power is being restored to 25-thousand homes and businesses north of Auckland as stormy weather rocks the region ++++++
     26 Jul: A major injury blow for the Hurricanes as the Super Rugby Aotearoa competition tightens ++++++
     09 Jul: Heavy snow is continuing to cause disruption to roads across the country +++++
     27 Jul: Julian Savea's returning to the Hurricanes +++++
     07 Jul: When did flowering plants take over the world? +++++
     13 Jul: Scientists have been left baffled after a colony of native birds went missing +++++
     24 Jul: A network of earthquake sensors is being trialled in central Wellington +++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      1 Aug: Ellen degeneres apologizes to staff after report of toxic culture at talk show (CNN)
      31 Jul: Extra time: what does it take to be a professional coach in the new zealand environment? (RadioNZ)
      30 Jul: American samoan schools prepare for learning in 'covid environment' (RadioNZ)
      29 Jul: Environment court accused of multiple errors in awaiti water take case (RadioNZ)
      29 Jul: Govt-ordered review calls to scrap resource management act (NZ Herald)
      28 Jul: Scientists get first glimpse of transformed seafloor around white island (NZ Herald)
      28 Jul: Battle lines drawn as war over water bottling application hits high court (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Jul: Water plant expansion appeal: environment court 'did not consider local effects', high court hears (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

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    Rugby League:
    Warriors half Blake Green is leaving the NRL club immediately 11:07

    Living & Travel:
    A group of Tongan citizens stuck in New Zealand since the start of lockdown are finally heading home 10:47

    Entertainment:
    Brad Garrett has lashed out at Ellen DeGeneres on Twitter 10:44

    Law and Order:
    The police watchdog's found an officer should've been charged with a criminal offence, after using excessive force when arresting a man who tried to run officers over 10:37

    Entertainment:
    Anthony Mackie believes Marvel Studios have an "unawareness problem" 10:14

    Law and Order:
    A man who's accused of card skimming at Auckland and Waikato Hospital parking machines will appear in the Auckland District Court today 10:07

    Environment:
    Lawyers for Canterbury lines company Orion lawyers deny sparks from a faulty clamp or fuse is to blame for the Port Hills fires 10:07

    Entertainment:
    Drew Barrymore doesn't want her daughters to act until they are older 9:44

    Law and Order:
    A 30-year-old man's been charged following a firearms incident in central Auckland 9:27

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