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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Flood protection works near Thames have held firm despite a massive storm that has seen almost half a metre of rain fall on the area
     1 June 2020
    Flood protection works near Thames have held firm despite a massive storm that has seen almost half a metre of rain fall on the area
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    Two vessels are stricken off the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, with one leaking diesel fuel into the water
    1 Jun: Two vessels are stricken off the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, with one leaking diesel fuel into the water... more
    A promising weekend for a tourist mecca in the South Island
    1 Jun: A promising weekend for a tourist mecca in the South Island... more
    A magnitude 4.9 earthquake has hit near New Plymouth
    31 May: A magnitude 4.9 earthquake has hit near New Plymouth... more
    Coromandel drivers are being encouraged to take care with heavy rain set to continue
    31 May: Coromandel drivers are being encouraged to take care with heavy rain set to continue... more
    People in the upper North Island are being warned to tie down trampolines and take care driving, with strong winds and heavy rain about to hit
    31 May: People in the upper North Island are being warned to tie down trampolines and take care driving, with strong winds and heavy rain about to hit... more
    The heavy rain in Auckland has done little for the region's water shortage
    31 May: The heavy rain in Auckland has done little for the region's water shortage... more
    People in the northern North Island are being urged to batten down the hatches, because of severe weather
    30 May: People in the northern North Island are being urged to batten down the hatches, because of severe weather... more
    Be cautious if you're heading out on the water this long-weekend
    30 May: Be cautious if you're heading out on the water this long-weekend... more
    Despite the rain in Auckland over the past week, the city's dams are still only 43 per cent full
    30 May: Despite the rain in Auckland over the past week, the city's dams are still only 43 per cent full... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     18 Jun: Canterbury and West Coast mayors have joined the fight against new snow road rules +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     25 Jun: A rolling earthquake in the lower South Island has rocked residents in Dunedin, Queenstown and Wanaka +++++++++++++++++++
     27 Jun: A magnitude 4.9 earthquake has struck just south of Rotorua this morning ++++++++++
     03 Jul: South Island ski fields are looking forward to a busy school holidays ++++++++
     21 Jun: Severe weather in the North Island is causing headaches for motorists +++++
     15 Jun: Tokyo will probably face a massive earthquake in the next 30 years. The only thing they can do is prepare +++++
     17 Jun: Struggles are continuing for drought-stricken farmers in Hawke's Bay ++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      12 Jul: Government tinkering with the ets only gives the fossil fuel industry a get out of jail free card (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 Jul: Mental health admissions will spike in post-lockdown environment – dhb (RadioNZ)
      10 Jul: Sudden closure of aluminium smelter worst outcome for jobs, consumers and the environment (Stuff.co.nz)
      9 Jul: Iwi welcomes freshwater and environment package in wake of covid-19 (RadioNZ)
      7 Jul: Scott technology trading update; rising to the covid challenge (sharechat.co.nz)
      6 Jul: Government funding 'significantly expands' environment southland projects (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 Jul: Forestry company hoping third time's a charm as harvest ban heads back to court (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 Jul: Marshall islands continues inbound travel ban (RadioNZ)
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