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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    A massive effort to contain a scrub fire at Broken River in Canterbury continues this morning
     28 March 2021
    A massive effort to contain a scrub fire at Broken River in Canterbury continues this morning
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    Fire crews have brought under control a fire near the Motueka River in the upper South Island
    27 Mar: Fire crews have brought under control a fire near the Motueka River in the upper South Island... more
    It's set to be a grey old Sunday for parts of the South Island
    27 Mar: It's set to be a grey old Sunday for parts of the South Island... more
    The Government isn't going to budge on not digging deeper into the Pike River Mine
    26 Mar: The Government isn't going to budge on not digging deeper into the Pike River Mine... more
    KiwiRail will continue its Tranz Alpine service through the winter
    25 Mar: KiwiRail will continue its Tranz Alpine service through the winter... more
    A heartwarming turn of events for a Paraparaumu foodbank, following a large scale burglary
    24 Mar: A heartwarming turn of events for a Paraparaumu foodbank, following a large scale burglary... more
    Hunters are excited to be heading for the hills in the coming weeks
    24 Mar: Hunters are excited to be heading for the hills in the coming weeks... more
    Evacuation warnings have been issued for residents northwest of Sydney, as the New South Wales flooding crisis continues
    23 Mar: Evacuation warnings have been issued for residents northwest of Sydney, as the New South Wales flooding crisis continues... more
    The lead contamination in East Otago has cost Dunedin City Council more than 800 thousand dollars
    22 Mar: The lead contamination in East Otago has cost Dunedin City Council more than 800 thousand dollars... more
    A severe weather warning for heavy rainfall has been issued for the Northern Territory's typically dry and arid southern regions
    21 Mar: A severe weather warning for heavy rainfall has been issued for the Northern Territory's typically dry and arid southern regions... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     27 Mar: Fire crews have brought under control a fire near the Motueka River in the upper South Island ++++++++
     24 Mar: A heartwarming turn of events for a Paraparaumu foodbank, following a large scale burglary ++++++++
     28 Mar: Heavy rain is causing flooding on State Highway 73 in the South Island, between the West Coast and Otira ++++++
     25 Mar: KiwiRail will continue its Tranz Alpine service through the winter ++++++
     05 Apr: A magnitude 6.1 earthquake has struck off the east coast of the North Island ++++++
     02 Apr: The Easter weekend is bringing a welcome boost to Northland tourism businesses ++++++
     21 Mar: A severe weather warning for heavy rainfall has been issued for the Northern Territory's typically dry and arid southern regions ++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      12 Apr: Streets ahead: war of words over central city car parks continues (Stuff.co.nz)
      12 Apr: Environment takes centre stage at london games festival (BBCWorld)
      11 Apr: Environment canterbury rangers to fine, name and shame regional park dumpers (Stuff.co.nz)
      9 Apr: Council urged to get tough with those who pollute environment (RadioNZ)
      7 Apr: Water scheme opponents: canterbury plains environment 'ruined' by farming (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 Apr: Joseph parker feeding off tyson fury's positive energy (Stuff.co.nz)
      6 Apr: Astroturfing more difficult to track down with social media - academic (RadioNZ)
      2 Apr: Mooted changes to farmland leases labelled 'discriminatory' and 'unreasonable' (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Law and Order:
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    Accident and Emergency:
    An oil spill stretching 5 kilometres from Gibbston Valley through to Lake Hayes has caused chaos on roads near Queenstown 23:37

    Business:
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    Motoring:
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    Law and Order:
    Three Auckland bus trips have been added to the list of places visited by a man with Covid-19 - while infectious 23:37

    Accident and Emergency:
    A young person has been taken to hospital with critical injuries after being hit by a car in Tauranga 23:37

    Health & Safety:
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    Wellington:
    State Highway Two in Upper Hutt is closed after a person's been seriously injured in a crash between a car and motorbike 23:37

    Politics:
    The Maori Party's apologising for declaring 300-thousand dollars in donations too late 23:37

    Golf:
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