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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    The 13th anniversary of Christchurch's 2011 Earthquake marks a new horizon for the city
     22 February 2024
    The 13th anniversary of Christchurch's 2011 Earthquake marks a new horizon for the city
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    The thirteenth anniversary of the Christchurch earthquake, will be marked with a small, civic ceremony today at the Canterbury Earthquake Memorial wall
    22 Feb: The thirteenth anniversary of the Christchurch earthquake, will be marked with a small, civic ceremony today at the Canterbury Earthquake Memorial wall... more
    Replanting native bush on Christchurch's Port Hills will be a future focus
    21 Feb: Replanting native bush on Christchurch's Port Hills will be a future focus... more
    A small civic memorial will mark the 13th anniversary of the 2011 Christchurch Earthquake tomorrow
    21 Feb: A small civic memorial will mark the 13th anniversary of the 2011 Christchurch Earthquake tomorrow... more
    Fire crews and drones will patrol the Waikari fireground overnight to identify any further hotspots
    20 Feb: Fire crews and drones will patrol the Waikari fireground overnight to identify any further hotspots... more
    A wet morning in Christchurch is being welcomed by local firefighting crews
    20 Feb: A wet morning in Christchurch is being welcomed by local firefighting crews... more
    Fire crews and drones will remain on Christchurch's Port Hills overnight to keep fire hotspots under control
    19 Feb: Fire crews and drones will remain on Christchurch's Port Hills overnight to keep fire hotspots under control... more
    Welcome news for people in Waipara Valley, in North Canterbury, who are being allowed home tonight
    19 Feb: Welcome news for people in Waipara Valley, in North Canterbury, who are being allowed home tonight... more
    Forecasters are on high alert for severe weather, with northwest gales for parts of the South Island and lower North Island
    19 Feb: Forecasters are on high alert for severe weather, with northwest gales for parts of the South Island and lower North Island... more
    Ex-Cyclone Lincoln drifting towards Western Australia but heavy rain could linger over north western Queensland and NT as NSW prepares for soaking
    18 Feb: Ex-Cyclone Lincoln is drifting towards Western Australia but heavy rain could linger a little longer over north western Queensland and the Northern Territory as NSW prepares for a soaking... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     14 Mar: A high-tech upgrade for a ferry service plying a Fiordland lake ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     25 Mar: A Christchurch high school will reopen today after two earthquake-prone buildings were discovered last week ++++++++++++++++++
     27 Mar: Women and girls sacrifice their education as climate change haunts the classroom +++++++++++++++++
     20 Mar: The opening of a 35-million dollar pet food plant is being celebrated in Christchurch +++++++++++++
     18 Mar: Native Kiwi are touching down in Wellington today -- to be released into the hills of the capital after major community conservation work ++++++++++
     04 Apr: Taiwan's strongest earthquake in 25 years kills nine, tsunami warnings lifted ++++++++++
     24 Mar: The depth of an earthquake in Papua New Guinea, has now been revised ++++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      12 Apr: Fresh questions for barclay on incinerator decision (BBCWorld)
      11 Apr: Flood warnings remain after gales and high tides (BBCWorld)
      10 Apr: Doc job cuts plan: tourism, backcountry huts, flora and fauna at risk, groups say (RadioNZ)
      10 Apr: Fresh water farm plans rollout to be reviewed, work underway may be halted (RadioNZ)
      10 Apr: More productive land being used for urban development, study finds (RadioNZ)
      9 Apr: Lawyers call on mps to include right to sustainable environment in legislation (RadioNZ)
      8 Apr: Ministry for the environment asks for voluntary redundancies (RadioNZ)
      7 Apr: Government delays decision on incinerator opposed by steve barclay (BBCWorld)
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