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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Severe storms are on the way in northern NSW, delivering damaging winds and more heavy rain to saturated creek catchments along with a risk of widespread flooding
     20 November 2021
    Severe storms are on the way in northern NSW, delivering damaging winds and more heavy rain to saturated creek catchments along with a risk of widespread flooding
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    New South Wales has 182 cases of Covid-19 today
    20 Nov: New South Wales has 182 cases of Covid-19 today... more
    Hamilton Police have rescued at least two people from the Waikato River in the past few days
    20 Nov: Hamilton Police have rescued at least two people from the Waikato River in the past few days... more
    Australia's EV sales are lagging. What can we learn from world leader Norway?
    20 Nov: Norway is leading the world in EV adoption, while Australia seems stuck in first gear. How can we catch up?... more
    A potentially toxic algae has been found in a Canterbury river
    19 Nov: A potentially toxic algae has been found in a Canterbury river... more
    The fire that ravaged a wastewater plant in Christchurch has finally been extinguished
    19 Nov: The fire that ravaged a wastewater plant in Christchurch has finally been extinguished... more
    Tongan voters focused on worsening drug crisis and corruption concerns as nation heads to the ballot box today
    18 Nov: While climate change and COVID-19 have dominated the news cycle, Tonga's battle with corruption and drug use are also front of mind for voters as they head to the polls.... more
    Hydrogen planes may offer a possible solution to 'flight shame'. But can they safely provide greener air travel?
    18 Nov: As the world looks for new ways to combat climate change, hydrogen has emerged as a potential saviour for polluting industries like aviation. But will it work?... more
    A Marine mammal sanctuary in waters around the Bay of Islands will come into effect mid-December
    17 Nov: A Marine mammal sanctuary in waters around the Bay of Islands will come into effect mid-December... more
    Eighteen percent of Blenheim businesses had damage to a value between 10 and 50-thousand dollars due to last month's flash flood
    17 Nov: Eighteen percent of Blenheim businesses had damage to a value between 10 and 50-thousand dollars due to last month's flash flood... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     05 Nov: As Scott Morrison faces COP26, here's how Australia can solve its climate change mess ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     17 Nov: Eighteen percent of Blenheim businesses had damage to a value between 10 and 50-thousand dollars due to last month's flash flood ++++++++++
     27 Nov: There is a large-scale telecommunications outage across the South Island's West Coast ++++++++++
     21 Nov: Rough weather hasn't stopped West Coast farmers from protesting today +++++++++
     27 Nov: Phone and internet services in coastal Buller have been restored +++++++++
     04 Nov: Former professional cricketer Aaron Summers pleads guilty to grooming offences and possessing child abuse material ++++++++
     04 Nov: Palmerston North fire crews are fighting to extinguish a blaze at a commercial building ++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      3 Dec: Environment select committee releases recommended changes to housing intensification bill (RadioNZ)
      1 Dec: Christchurch bus services to be scaled back during weekdays due to driver shortage (Stuff.co.nz)
      1 Dec: Letters: building over auckland, christopher luxon, northland holidays, and dominion rd (NZ Herald)
      28 Nov: Iwi-led housing project in napier to be fast-tracked (RadioNZ)
      26 Nov: Consent sought to use large barge in dusky sound for overnight stays (NZ Herald)
      25 Nov: Proposal for up to 670 'urgently needed' homes near napier gets referred for fast-track process (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Nov: Tough new lending environment hits home loan borrowers (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Nov: Lush creates 'anti-social' policy and removes itself from social media platforms (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Environment:
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    International:
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