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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    A severe thunderstorm warning has now been lifted for Greater Wellington
     12 June 2022
    A severe thunderstorm warning has now been lifted for Greater Wellington
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    The country's been hit by about 21-thousand lightning strikes in the past 12 hours...and MetService warns there's more stormy weather ahead
    12 Jun: The country's been hit by about 21-thousand lightning strikes in the past 12 hours...and MetService warns there's more stormy weather ahead... more
    More snow is on the way for the South Island's alpine passes in the next 24 hours
    11 Jun: More snow is on the way for the South Island's alpine passes in the next 24 hours... more
    New Zealand continues to be battered by bad weather, with forecasts suggesting it won't be over until Monday
    11 Jun: New Zealand continues to be battered by bad weather, with forecasts suggesting it won't be over until Monday... more
    Tornadoes, power outages and heavy rain continue to batter the South Island
    11 Jun: Tornadoes, power outages and heavy rain continue to batter the South Island... more
    Weather watches and warnings are in place for most of the country as stormy weather rages on
    11 Jun: Weather watches and warnings are in place for most of the country as stormy weather rages on... more
    Contractors and Fire and Emergency say the wild weather has caused a number flooding events in the Horowhenua District
    11 Jun: Contractors and Fire and Emergency say the wild weather has caused a number flooding events in the Horowhenua District... more
    Wild weather is beginning to WREAK havoc in the South Island
    10 Jun: Wild weather is beginning to WREAK havoc in the South Island... more
    A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for much of the Lower North Island
    10 Jun: A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for much of the Lower North Island... more
    Christchurch east residents dealing with the Bromley pong, could smell some relief soon
    10 Jun: Christchurch east residents dealing with the Bromley pong, could smell some relief soon... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     13 Jun: The Ministry of Education has confirmed a dozen schools have stayed closed today, due to the weather ++++++++++++++++
     16 Jun: Queenstown-Lakes District mayor says pre-departure tests' use-by date is well and truly up ++++++++++
     17 Jun: It's snow day for Cantabrians ++++++++++
     27 May: A Wellington City Councillor says it's impossible to say no to the 37-million dollars more needed to strengthen the town hall +++++++++
     18 Jun: The South Island is celebrating snow, skiing and sunshine this weekend ++++++++
     31 May: The Loop: Projections in final lower house seats, Texans unlikely to give up gun ownership, earthquake recorded in Brisbane +++++++
     08 Jun: Scientists say a proposal to charge farmers for their emissions is part of New Zealand's bigger reduction journey +++++++

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      21 Jun: Photos of prince william mark duke's 40th birthday (BBCWorld)
      21 Jun: Pm stands by nanaia mahuta after nats say government contracts to family show 'pattern of perceived conflicts' (NZ Herald)
      13 Jun: Auckland court will be setting for whakaari eruption trial (RadioNZ)
      12 Jun: Cost of living crisis: save money, food waste, environment by rubbish bin dumpster diving (NZ Herald)
      10 Jun: Shaun gray inquest: nurse describes 'chaotic' mental health ward (RadioNZ)
      10 Jun: John macdonald: ngāi tahu environment canterbury ecan bill unnecessary and wrong (NZ Herald)
      9 Jun: John macdonald: a regional tax for christchurch stadium? i say yes! (NZ Herald)
      9 Jun: Ngāi tahu a step closer to permanent representation on environment canterbury (NZ Herald)
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