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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Concerns are growing about the fragile state of Canterbury's high country lakes
     29 July 2021
    Concerns are growing about the fragile state of Canterbury's high country lakes
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    Weather experts are almost certain Westport was the wettest place in the country this month
    28 Jul: Weather experts are almost certain Westport was the wettest place in the country this month... more
    A Christchurch school still struggling since the 2011 earthquakes is getting much-needed classrooms
    28 Jul: A Christchurch school still struggling since the 2011 earthquakes is getting much-needed classrooms... more
    Perth weather warning remains in place as heavy rain, destructive winds hammer WA's south-west
    27 Jul: Thousands of homes across Perth and Western Australia's south-west are without power this morning after heavy rain and damaging winds battered the region overnight.... more
    Southland farmers are sending truck-loads of feed north, to help out those in Canterbury
    27 Jul: Southland farmers are sending truck-loads of feed north, to help out those in Canterbury... more
    West Coast DHB staff are moving back into the Buller Health centre after repairs to flood damage
    27 Jul: West Coast DHB staff are moving back into the Buller Health centre after repairs to flood damage... more
    A slip has closed State Highway 60 on Takaka Hill - after heavy rain in the upper South Island
    26 Jul: A slip has closed State Highway 60 on Takaka Hill - after heavy rain in the upper South Island... more
    Heavy rain is disrupting travel plans in the North and South Islands
    26 Jul: Heavy rain is disrupting travel plans in the North and South Islands... more
    The top of the South Island is facing another day of extreme weather
    26 Jul: The top of the South Island is facing another day of extreme weather... more
    It's going to be a wet and windy start to the week for many parts of the country
    26 Jul: It's going to be a wet and windy start to the week for many parts of the country... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     12 Jul: The school holidays are off to a busy start, at tourism hotspots around the country +++++++++++++++++++++++
     08 Jul: The central plateau is shaping up to be a winter wonderland these school holidays ++++++++++++++++++++++
     21 Jul: The West Coast DHB hopes services at Buller Health can be back up and running next week +++++++++++++
     17 Jul: MetService has downgraded the rain warning for Buller from red to orange +++++++++++
     18 Jul: The Nelson Tasman Civil Defence is hoping floodwaters will recede today to unlock isolated areas ++++++++++
     07 Jul: Perth weather warning cancelled after damaging winds, lightning from thunderstorms strike city +++++++++
     16 Jul: Fire and Emergency crews are on standby to support civil defence on the West Coast and in Nelson-Tasman if communities need assistance during a heavy rain event +++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      5 Aug: Environment court appeal sinks plan for 30-home cohousing project (Stuff.co.nz)
      5 Aug: New zealand company liquidations spike again as firms default on their debt - centrix (NZ Herald)
      5 Aug: Intensive winter grazing improves but not all councils have data on its use (NZ Herald)
      5 Aug: Farmers, greenpeace look to different stats to measure emissions (RadioNZ)
      4 Aug: Ngai tahu representation bill slammed as 'undemocratic' (Stuff.co.nz)
      3 Aug: Decision over massive water take for far north avocado farms looming (RadioNZ)
      2 Aug: Who's eating new zealand? explore the series (RadioNZ)
      2 Aug: More pain predicted as queenstown's tourism industry eyes change in direction (Stuff.co.nz)
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