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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Christchurch fire crews plan to hit hard the blaze burning in the Port Hills, before winds pick up from around lunchtime
     15 February 2024
    Christchurch fire crews plan to hit hard the blaze burning in the Port Hills, before winds pick up from around lunchtime
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    It's clear rodents caught in two Woolworths stores could pose a food safety risk
    14 Feb: It's clear rodents caught in two Woolworths stores could pose a food safety risk... more
    Auckland and Northland have moved to a restricted fire season until further notice
    14 Feb: Auckland and Northland have moved to a restricted fire season until further notice... more
    There'll be a minute's silence across Hawke's Bay at midday to remember victims of Cyclone Gabrielle
    14 Feb: There'll be a minute's silence across Hawke's Bay at midday to remember victims of Cyclone Gabrielle... more
    Power company Vector says it's working to get electricity flowing again in Auckland's Flatbush
    13 Feb: Power company Vector says it's working to get electricity flowing again in Auckland's Flatbush... more
    Water is back on for Aucklanders who've been without services since yesterday morning
    13 Feb: Water is back on for Aucklanders who've been without services since yesterday morning... more
    Hundreds of homes and businesses are without power after a fire in Auckland's suburb of Flatbush
    13 Feb: Hundreds of homes and businesses are without power after a fire in Auckland's suburb of Flatbush... more
    A rat-infested Countdown supermarket is staying shut another 24 hours - after finding 13 more rats over the weekend
    12 Feb: A rat-infested Countdown supermarket is staying shut another 24 hours - after finding 13 more rats over the weekend... more
    The doors remain shut at Countdown Dunedin South, as work continues to get on top of its rat issues
    12 Feb: The doors remain shut at Countdown Dunedin South, as work continues to get on top of its rat issues... more
    Fire stations in Wellington are considering portable water supply dams, as they prepare for a water shortage
    10 Feb: Fire stations in Wellington are considering portable water supply dams, as they prepare for a water shortage... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     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 +++++++++++++++++
     04 Apr: Taiwan's strongest earthquake in 25 years kills nine, tsunami warnings lifted +++++++++++
     26 Mar: Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger reveals recent pacemaker surgery due to genetic heart condition ++++++++
     26 Mar: Northland's rolling out the welcome mat as the quickest route from Auckland opens for the long weekend ++++++++
     06 Apr: Trent Robinson fumes after NRL bunker calls on sin bin and send-off in Roosters' loss to Bulldogs ++++++++
     10 Apr: Roger the rescue dog, who was too playful to be a drug sniffer, helping with Taiwan's earthquake recovery +++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      22 Apr: Thames water makes fresh bid to lift bills by 40% (BBCWorld)
      22 Apr: Fast track approval bill: government watchdogs seek substantial curbs on ministers' powers (RadioNZ)
      22 Apr: What is earth day and what has it achieved? (BBCWorld)
      21 Apr: 'i want to erase my own footprint': the women looking after an island paradise (BBCWorld)
      17 Apr: 5 reasons why the fast-track approvals bill threatens nz's already fragile ecosystems (RadioNZ)
      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)
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