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19 May 2022 8:38
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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Disaster assistance has been activated for 10 council areas in Queensland's southeast as heavy rain and flooding continue to exact a toll and moves into northern New South Wales
     26 February 2022
    Disaster assistance has been activated for 10 council areas in Queensland's southeast as heavy rain and flooding continue to exact a toll and moves into northern New South Wales
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    Campaigners say Russia's invasion of Ukraine highlights how New Zealand's fuel supply could be threatened
    26 Feb: Campaigners say Russia's invasion of Ukraine highlights how New Zealand's fuel supply could be threatened... more
    Initial Tongan volcano and tsunami insurance claims within New Zealand have hit 5.8 million dollars
    26 Feb: Initial Tongan volcano and tsunami insurance claims within New Zealand have hit 5.8 million dollars... more
    A light earthquake has rattled Hawke's Bay
    26 Feb: A light earthquake has rattled Hawke's Bay... more
    Residents of Westport and Carters Beach on the West Coast are being asked to conserve and boil water until further notice
    25 Feb: Residents of Westport and Carters Beach on the West Coast are being asked to conserve and boil water until further notice... more
    A second Hector's dolphin has been found dead on the West Coast, a week after one was found further south
    24 Feb: A second Hector's dolphin has been found dead on the West Coast, a week after one was found further south... more
    More than a decade on and Christchurch residents are still battling with unsettled earthquake claims
    23 Feb: More than a decade on and Christchurch residents are still battling with unsettled earthquake claims... more
    Civil Defence groups are continuing work begun in 2016 - to prepare for a major earthquake along the Alpine Fault
    22 Feb: Civil Defence groups are continuing work begun in 2016 - to prepare for a major earthquake along the Alpine Fault... more
    Researchers say a Canterbury-style earthquake sequence could happen in Dunedin
    22 Feb: Researchers say a Canterbury-style earthquake sequence could happen in Dunedin... more
    The Canterbury earthquakes have helped researchers understand more about earthquake hazards in other low seismic-activity areas
    22 Feb: The Canterbury earthquakes have helped researchers understand more about earthquake hazards in other low seismic-activity areas... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     06 May: It's o'clock....I'm.... +++++++++++++++++
     19 Apr: Wellington City Council contractors, escorted by police, have demolished some makeshift structures at a protest occupation in Mahanga Bay +++++++++++
     29 Apr: Water is back on for residents in Christchurch city centre ++++++++++
     19 Apr: Three more new projects ... being funnelled into the Government's RMA fast-track consenting process ++++++++++
     23 Apr: The Shelly Bay situation may be getting closer to an end +++++++++
     20 Apr: Dunedin City Council is running a campaign, urging those involved in winter sports to be more thoughtful when it comes to parking +++++++++
     26 Apr: Helping some of New Zealand's highest energy users... slash their emissions +++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      17 May: Otago farming company fined $5000 after burning tyres (NZ Herald)
      9 May: A 'toxic environment': third of city's family harm calls to emergency accommodation (RadioNZ)
      4 May: Local focus: breaking the silence - real talk (NZ Herald)
      29 Apr: Compostable packaging: environment ministry urges cautious approach (RadioNZ)
      28 Apr: Govt's $1.4b housing funding: 'this is what tamaki makaurau desperately needs' (RadioNZ)
      27 Apr: Bunting given task of overhauling black ferns culture (RadioNZ)
      25 Apr: Revamped guide helps businesses calculate climate emissions (RadioNZ)
      21 Apr: Trh repower - fast-track consenting - order in council (sharechat.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    Sam Ryder gave up alcohol months before the Eurovision Song Contest so he could be on top form representing the UK 8:18

    Environment:
    Large waves are expected to batter the West Coast this weekend 8:10

    Cricket:
    A cross-continent juggling act for Black Caps coach Gary Stead ahead of their three-test cricket series against England starting in a fortnight 8:00

    International:
    Precious art and artefacts are being destroyed in Ukraine. These experts are helping to save them 8:00

    Health & Safety:
    A health expert wants an injection of funding for frontline medical care in today's Budget 8:00

    Business:
    Countdown is defending the price of cheese -- following its recent decision to freeze the price of many essential goods 7:50

    Entertainment:
    David Crosby has given up touring because he feels "too old" and fears he doesn't "have the stamina" for live shows any more 7:48

    Law and Order:
    A Nelson man has been charged over harmful online activity targeting teenage girls in Marlborough 7:40

    Politics:
    Auckland's Mayor has his eye on the prize this Budget day 7:40

    Law and Order:
    Fiji police officer suspended after violent arrest of a bus driver is shared on social media 7:20

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