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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    After being destroyed in a three day storm in February, some of Southland's finest walking tracks are being rebuilt
     17 May 2020
    After being destroyed in a three day storm in February, some of Southland's finest walking tracks are being rebuilt
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    Auckland and Queenstown have been reconnected
    16 May: Auckland and Queenstown have been reconnected... more
    Level 2 is well underway and many of us are now looking forward to taking a holiday somewhere around the country
    16 May: Level 2 is well underway and many of us are now looking forward to taking a holiday somewhere around the country... more
    Auckland Council is urging people to check their boats as they prepare to get back on the water - and not just for regular maintenance checks
    16 May: Auckland Council is urging people to check their boats as they prepare to get back on the water - and not just for regular maintenance checks... more
    Auckland's council-owned pools are staying closed for the foreseeable future
    15 May: Auckland's council-owned pools are staying closed for the foreseeable future... more
    The magic walk to get to Rob Roy Glacier will remain closed despite access being lifted for Level 2
    14 May: The magic walk to get to Rob Roy Glacier will remain closed despite access being lifted for Level 2... more
    The economic impact of Covid-19 is expected to be worse than the Canterbury earthquakes and the Global Financial Crisis combined
    14 May: The economic impact of Covid-19 is expected to be worse than the Canterbury earthquakes and the Global Financial Crisis combined... more
    Hawke's Bay farmers say Covid-19 is the least of their problems - as they suffer the worst drought in decades
    13 May: Hawke's Bay farmers say Covid-19 is the least of their problems - as they suffer the worst drought in decades... more
    A karakia is taking place about now to lift a Covid-19 road block in a remote community on the East Coast of the North Island
    13 May: A karakia is taking place about now to lift a Covid-19 road block in a remote community on the East Coast of the North Island... more
    Two fires in Auckland have highlighted the importance of smoke alarms and sprinkler systems
    12 May: Two fires in Auckland have highlighted the importance of smoke alarms and sprinkler systems... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     07 May: Two cuts on the same stretch of fibre optic cable, are causing major problems for Vodafone customers in the Central North Island ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     17 May: Fire crews have contained the large fire in Rolleston, Christchurch +++++++
     02 May: Heavy rain and northerly gales are on the way for many parts of New Zealand tomorrow and Monday +++++++
     16 May: Auckland and Queenstown have been reconnected ++++++
     05 May: Power has slowly been turned back on in Hawera ++++++
     18 May: More water use breaches by Aucklanders ++++++
     15 May: Auckland's council-owned pools are staying closed for the foreseeable future ++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      27 May: Environmental group seeks ruling on mataura's hazardous substance (Stuff.co.nz)
      27 May: Govt's 'zero-deaths' seabird plan needs cameras on boats, groups say (NZ Herald)
      25 May: Appeals to subdivide land at haumoana dismissed by environment court (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 May: Oil companies appeal council over new environment plan (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 May: Coronavirus: hamilton's private lab helping test for covid-19 (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 May: Marlborough iwi fear council plan fails to protect 'potentially hundreds' of sacred sites (RadioNZ)
      22 May: Marlborough iwi fear council plan fails to protect 'potentially hundreds' of sacred sites (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 May: Pacific warned of seabed mining's irreversible impacts (RadioNZ)
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