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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    The Department of conversation is trying to shine a light on native bats behaviour in Waikato
     21 February 2021
    The Department of conversation is trying to shine a light on native bats behaviour in Waikato
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    Residents in central New Zealand have been shaken by an earthquake this evening
    20 Feb: Residents in central New Zealand have been shaken by an earthquake this evening... more
    Earthquake experts are probing the earth in order to figure out the risk of quakes from a new fault line
    19 Feb: Earthquake experts are probing the earth in order to figure out the risk of quakes from a new fault line... more
    Earthquake experts are looking into the potential for an earthquake in Waikato
    19 Feb: Earthquake experts are looking into the potential for an earthquake in Waikato... more
    A big pot of government money to fix Christchurch's quake-damaged roads is up for grabs
    19 Feb: A big pot of government money to fix Christchurch's quake-damaged roads is up for grabs... more
    A big block of central city land made vacant by the Christchurch earthquakes, is for sale
    18 Feb: A big block of central city land made vacant by the Christchurch earthquakes, is for sale... more
    A Dunedin grandmother is elated offshore oil exploration is being pulled out of Otago
    17 Feb: A Dunedin grandmother is elated offshore oil exploration is being pulled out of Otago... more
    Wait times at community Covid-19 testing centres in Auckland have eased
    17 Feb: Wait times at community Covid-19 testing centres in Auckland have eased... more
    Police say they'll make enquiries into alleged tree poisoning in Auckland
    17 Feb: Police say they'll make enquiries into alleged tree poisoning in Auckland... more
    An Interislander ferry has finally berthed safely in Picton.... 12 hours after it's journey began
    16 Feb: An Interislander ferry has finally berthed safely in Picton.... 12 hours after it's journey began... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     27 Mar: Fire crews have brought under control a fire near the Motueka River in the upper South Island ++++++++
     24 Mar: A heartwarming turn of events for a Paraparaumu foodbank, following a large scale burglary ++++++++
     28 Mar: Heavy rain is causing flooding on State Highway 73 in the South Island, between the West Coast and Otira ++++++
     25 Mar: KiwiRail will continue its Tranz Alpine service through the winter ++++++
     05 Apr: A magnitude 6.1 earthquake has struck off the east coast of the North Island ++++++
     02 Apr: The Easter weekend is bringing a welcome boost to Northland tourism businesses ++++++
     21 Mar: A severe weather warning for heavy rainfall has been issued for the Northern Territory's typically dry and arid southern regions ++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      12 Apr: Streets ahead: war of words over central city car parks continues (Stuff.co.nz)
      12 Apr: Environment takes centre stage at london games festival (BBCWorld)
      11 Apr: Environment canterbury rangers to fine, name and shame regional park dumpers (Stuff.co.nz)
      9 Apr: Council urged to get tough with those who pollute environment (RadioNZ)
      7 Apr: Water scheme opponents: canterbury plains environment 'ruined' by farming (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 Apr: Joseph parker feeding off tyson fury's positive energy (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 Apr: Astroturfing more difficult to track down with social media - academic (RadioNZ)
      2 Apr: Mooted changes to farmland leases labelled 'discriminatory' and 'unreasonable' (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Law and Order:
    Auckland Regional Public Health Service has identified three bus journeys taken by a positive Covid-19 case 23:37

    Accident and Emergency:
    An oil spill stretching 5 kilometres from Gibbston Valley through to Lake Hayes has caused chaos on roads near Queenstown 23:37

    Business:
    Fruit growers don't want a repeat of the season they're currently having 23:37

    Motoring:
    Warnings of several crashes because of a fuel spill on the Gibbston Highway into Queenstown 23:37

    Law and Order:
    Three Auckland bus trips have been added to the list of places visited by a man with Covid-19 - while infectious 23:37

    Accident and Emergency:
    A young person has been taken to hospital with critical injuries after being hit by a car in Tauranga 23:37

    Health & Safety:
    A woman has needed her uterus removed after a routine procedure went wrong in 2017 23:37

    Wellington:
    State Highway Two in Upper Hutt is closed after a person's been seriously injured in a crash between a car and motorbike 23:37

    Politics:
    The Maori Party's apologising for declaring 300-thousand dollars in donations too late 23:37

    Golf:
    No regrets from American golfer Xander Schauffele - who saw his Masters chances sink with a misjudged tee shot on the par three 16th at Augusta 23:37

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