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14 May 2021 10:18
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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Many parts of the country have woken to the coldest morning of the year so far
     14 May 2021
    Many parts of the country have woken to the coldest morning of the year so far
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    The Transport Agency is asking drivers in the South Island to take the foot off the pedal on alpine pass roads
    12 May: The Transport Agency is asking drivers in the South Island to take the foot off the pedal on alpine pass roads... more
    Some North Island areas could be fully solar powered within a year
    12 May: Some North Island areas could be fully solar powered within a year... more
    The West Coast is in the sights of DOC, for reducing high numbers of Himalayan tahr
    11 May: The West Coast is in the sights of DOC, for reducing high numbers of Himalayan tahr... more
    National claims big changes are being mooted for the Department of Conservation
    10 May: National claims big changes are being mooted for the Department of Conservation... more
    Marine experts have revealed that sightings of a deadly sea snake in Northland - aren't as rare as you might think
    10 May: Marine experts have revealed that sightings of a deadly sea snake in Northland - aren't as rare as you might think... more
    Health officials are still finalising the plan for Covid-19 vaccinations in the Chatham Islands
    9 May: Health officials are still finalising the plan for Covid-19 vaccinations in the Chatham Islands... more
    Northpower has restored power after a large electricity outage north of Whangarei
    8 May: Northpower has restored power after a large electricity outage north of Whangarei... more
    The National Party's Arts, Culture and Heritage spokesperson says senior Te Papa staff should pay out the cost of their travel to a turtle funeral
    8 May: The National Party's Arts, Culture and Heritage spokesperson says senior Te Papa staff should pay out the cost of their travel to a turtle funeral... more
    The northern half of the North Island from Taranaki and Taupo
    8 May: The northern half of the North Island from Taranaki and Taupo... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     28 Apr: Concerns over the future of glyphosate here ++++++++++
     29 Apr: A mouse hoping for a relaxing island weekend in Auckland has lucked out +++++++++
     30 Apr: The country's oldest Masonic lodge has been badly damaged in an early morning blaze +++++++++
     20 Apr: There's a surprise in store for trans-Tasman visitors -- in the form of Christchurch's rebuild +++++++++
     16 Apr: Ex-All Blacks wing Julian Savea has extended his second stint with the Hurricanes +++++++++
     15 Apr: A South Waikato forest is about to be full of hens - but free of cruelty ++++++++
     01 May: There's been a strong earthquake off northern Japan, shaking buildings in Tokyo but creating no risk of a tsunami ++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      13 May: 'like rolling a turd in glitter': irrigation consent sparks rally on water issues (Stuff.co.nz)
      12 May: Shenae grimes-beech and annalynne mccord reveal how they squashed their famous 90210 feud (Stuff.co.nz)
      11 May: Environment named top concern for christchurch's future (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 May: New venture to connect western southlanders with fresh produce (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 May: Putting an economic value on png's natural environment (RadioNZ)
      7 May: Lua wave’ to future-proof pasifika festivals in aotearoa (RadioNZ)
      6 May: Z energy back in black with $57m profit after covid-19 woes (RadioNZ)
      4 May: The rural kindergarten doing all it can for environmental excellence (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Cycling:
    Another damp day for the Kiwis at cycling's Giro D'Italia 10:07

    Law and Order:
    The man charged with murdering a woman at a Wellington social housing unit has reappeared in court 10:07

    Politics:
    Calls for student accommodation to fall under the Residential Tenancies Act 9:27

    Health & Safety:
    Getting the public on board with tougher long-term Covid-19 suggestions could be a challenge 8:57

    Business:
    The Trade Minister is confident a trade deal will get across the line with the European Union 8:37

    Environment:
    Many parts of the country have woken to the coldest morning of the year so far 8:37

    Accident and Emergency:
    One person is in a serious condition, after a major crash north of Auckland 8:37

    Health & Safety:
    General Practices are expecting huge demand for the Covid-19 vaccine 8:27

    Business:
    Queenstown's been the pick of the country for Australian tourists under the quarantine-free bubble 7:47

    Christchurch:
    One person is receiving hospital treatment for burns suffered in house fire in Christchurch 7:27

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