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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    A relief from sprinklers and hose restrictions in Napier
     6 April 2020
    A relief from sprinklers and hose restrictions in Napier
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    Expect a few showers between your hot cross buns next weekend
    6 Apr: Expect a few showers between your hot cross buns next weekend... more
    Wellington City Council are monitoring parks and recreation areas after receiving a number of complaints about high head counts
    5 Apr: Wellington City Council are monitoring parks and recreation areas after receiving a number of complaints about high head counts... more
    A Volcano Monitoring Network has sensed Auckland's response to the Covid-19 lockdown
    5 Apr: A Volcano Monitoring Network has sensed Auckland's response to the Covid-19 lockdown... more
    Greater Wellington Regional Council is tipping cold water on one councillors call to dump a million litres of sludge a day into Cook Strait
    5 Apr: Greater Wellington Regional Council is tipping cold water on one councillors call to dump a million litres of sludge a day into Cook Strait... more
    Betio is facing a population crisis, and a sea wall could be its only hope of survival
    5 Apr: On Esther's island, there are around 15,000 inhabitants per square kilometre — that's 2.5 times the density of Tokyo. But it's not by choice.... more
    Kapiti residents struggling for essentials now have a dedicated phone number to ring
    3 Apr: Kapiti residents struggling for essentials now have a dedicated phone number to ring... more
    Researchers are determining which areas of Wellington would fare worst in an earthquake
    3 Apr: Researchers are determining which areas of Wellington would fare worst in an earthquake... more
    Residents of a small Bay of Plenty community have been given a year to move out
    2 Apr: Residents of a small Bay of Plenty community have been given a year to move out... more
    Please allow for upkeep on golf courses
    2 Apr: Please allow for upkeep on golf courses... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     11 Mar: A protected red billed gull in Kaikoura has been shot by what appears to be an arrow or crossbow bolt ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     29 Mar: A 4.8 magnitude earthquake rocked the top of the South Island this morning ++++++++++++++++++++++
     20 Mar: A Marlborough council will be chlorinating some drinking water - to stop the spread of Covid-19 ++++++++++++++++++
     24 Mar: Thousands of Kiwis hoping to get to the North Island on a ferry have clogged Picton streets ++++++++++++++
     17 Mar: Coronavirus has evolved to spread. Here's how you can slow it down ++++++++++
     28 Mar: Fire crews in Wellington are working to put out a small fire at a primary school +++++++++
     16 Mar: Almost 10 days since a fire tore through a Christchurch school ... it remains closed +++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      3 Apr: Coronavirus: emergency services adapting to lockdown environment (Stuff.co.nz)
      2 Apr: Commissioners agree: awatarariki unsafe and residents must go (RadioNZ)
      1 Apr: Stranded in paradise: kiwi family in lockdown on luxury private island resort (Stuff.co.nz)
      31 Mar: Oil and gas ban lacked consultation - report (RadioNZ)
      30 Mar: Lockdown prompts extension of marlborough environment plan appeals (RadioNZ)
      25 Mar: Mammal study explains 'why females live longer' (BBCWorld)
      20 Mar: Anxious? relax with five, four, three, two, one things (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 Mar: Coronavirus: a list of sports still going ahead in new zealand and around the world (NZ Herald)
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     Top Stories

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    The Crusaders have been forced to apologise after several members of their squad were spied flouting lockdownrules More...


    BUSINESS BUSINESS
    The infrastructure minister may ban log exports so the wood can be used as a priority in New Zealand More...


     Today's News

    Rugby:
    The Crusaders have been forced to apologise after several members of their squad were spied flouting lockdownrules 21:17

    Business:
    The infrastructure minister may ban log exports so the wood can be used as a priority in New Zealand 18:57

    Cricket:
    One of New Zealand cricket's first big-hitting batsmen has died 18:37

    Business:
    Coronavirus distancing measures lifted as Cyclone Harold lashes Vanuatu 18:27

    International:
    Scientists translate coronavirus spike protein into music, revealing more about its structure 18:07

    Law and Order:
    A man and a woman have appeared in court charged with breaching the lockdown rules in Wellington - in apparently unconnected cases 18:07

    Rugby League:
    The Warriors want to hear more from the NRL before reacting to Todd Greenberg's first concession that the competition could proceed without them 17:57

    Business:
    Prices on items such as whiteware and webcams ... had a surge in prices in March 17:37

    Cricket:
    Iconic former New Zealand cricketer Jock Edwards has died 17:07

    Business:
    TradeMe is introducing new measures to continue business during Lockdown 16:17

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