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19 May 2022 7:22
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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    More than 100 dead eels have been found in Hastings's Ruahapia Stream - dying from Tuesday
     13 May 2022
    More than 100 dead eels have been found in Hastings's Ruahapia Stream - dying from Tuesday
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    An old Kapiti Coast service station is being demolished due to asbestos
    13 May: An old Kapiti Coast service station is being demolished due to asbestos... more
    Almost 80 million dollars worth of claims have been made for damage from storms and flash flooding that affected the upper north island in March
    12 May: Almost 80 million dollars worth of claims have been made for damage from storms and flash flooding that affected the upper north island in March... more
    Work starts today on removing about 10 Olympic-sized swimming pools of rotting material from the fire-damaged trickling filters at the Christchurch Wastewater Treatment Plant
    12 May: Work starts today on removing about 10 Olympic-sized swimming pools of rotting material from the fire-damaged trickling filters at the Christchurch Wastewater Treatment Plant... more
    Looking at the past is key to how species may respond to climate change in the future
    11 May: Looking at the past is key to how species may respond to climate change in the future... more
    NASA's scrapped the launch of a giant helium balloon today, because of unfavourable weather
    11 May: NASA's scrapped the launch of a giant helium balloon today, because of unfavourable weather... more
    Road signs are being cut down or driven into, across Canterbury's Waimakariri District
    11 May: Road signs are being cut down or driven into, across Canterbury's Waimakariri District... more
    Dead Hector's dolphins continue to wash up on South Island shores - with another found at Southland's Te Waewae Bay last weekend
    10 May: Dead Hector's dolphins continue to wash up on South Island shores - with another found at Southland's Te Waewae Bay last weekend... more
    East Timor's coral reefs are the most biodiverse in the world. Why are they surviving climate change?
    9 May: Fringing a┬áremote East Timorese island, this reef is the most biodiverse in the world and holding up against climate change. What are its secrets? And can it be protected as the former war-torn state opens up to tourism?... more
    It's o'clock....I'm....
    6 May: It's o'clock....I'm....... 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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