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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    The hunt for hydroxyl radicals in Antarctica could reveal the secrets of our future climate
     7 April 2020
    Trapped deep under layers of solid Antarctic ice are air bubbles from before the industrial age holding clues to a climate riddle which could radically reshape our understanding of global warming.
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    A relief from sprinklers and hose restrictions in Napier
    6 Apr: A relief from sprinklers and hose restrictions in Napier... more
    Expect a few showers between your hot cross buns next weekend
    6 Apr: Expect a few showers between your hot cross buns next weekend... more
    Wellington City Council are monitoring parks and recreation areas after receiving a number of complaints about high head counts
    5 Apr: Wellington City Council are monitoring parks and recreation areas after receiving a number of complaints about high head counts... more
    A Volcano Monitoring Network has sensed Auckland's response to the Covid-19 lockdown
    5 Apr: A Volcano Monitoring Network has sensed Auckland's response to the Covid-19 lockdown... more
    Greater Wellington Regional Council is tipping cold water on one councillors call to dump a million litres of sludge a day into Cook Strait
    5 Apr: Greater Wellington Regional Council is tipping cold water on one councillors call to dump a million litres of sludge a day into Cook Strait... more
    Betio is facing a population crisis, and a sea wall could be its only hope of survival
    5 Apr: On Esther's island, there are around 15,000 inhabitants per square kilometre — that's 2.5 times the density of Tokyo. But it's not by choice.... more
    Kapiti residents struggling for essentials now have a dedicated phone number to ring
    3 Apr: Kapiti residents struggling for essentials now have a dedicated phone number to ring... more
    Researchers are determining which areas of Wellington would fare worst in an earthquake
    3 Apr: Researchers are determining which areas of Wellington would fare worst in an earthquake... more
    Residents of a small Bay of Plenty community have been given a year to move out
    2 Apr: Residents of a small Bay of Plenty community have been given a year to move out... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     11 Mar: A protected red billed gull in Kaikoura has been shot by what appears to be an arrow or crossbow bolt ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     29 Mar: A 4.8 magnitude earthquake rocked the top of the South Island this morning +++++++++++++++++++++++
     20 Mar: A Marlborough council will be chlorinating some drinking water - to stop the spread of Covid-19 +++++++++++++++++++
     24 Mar: Thousands of Kiwis hoping to get to the North Island on a ferry have clogged Picton streets ++++++++++++++
     17 Mar: Coronavirus has evolved to spread. Here's how you can slow it down ++++++++++
     28 Mar: Fire crews in Wellington are working to put out a small fire at a primary school ++++++++++
     16 Mar: Almost 10 days since a fire tore through a Christchurch school ... it remains closed +++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      3 Apr: Coronavirus: emergency services adapting to lockdown environment (Stuff.co.nz)
      2 Apr: Commissioners agree: awatarariki unsafe and residents must go (RadioNZ)
      1 Apr: Stranded in paradise: kiwi family in lockdown on luxury private island resort (Stuff.co.nz)
      31 Mar: Oil and gas ban lacked consultation - report (RadioNZ)
      30 Mar: Lockdown prompts extension of marlborough environment plan appeals (RadioNZ)
      25 Mar: Mammal study explains 'why females live longer' (BBCWorld)
      20 Mar: Anxious? relax with five, four, three, two, one things (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 Mar: Coronavirus: a list of sports still going ahead in new zealand and around the world (NZ Herald)
    more Environment newslinks >>
     Top Stories

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    Two-time World Cup champion Tim Horan has defended Rugby Australia chief executive Raelene Castle as other stakeholders call for her resignation during the covid-19 crisis More...


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     Today's News

    Rugby:
    Two-time World Cup champion Tim Horan has defended Rugby Australia chief executive Raelene Castle as other stakeholders call for her resignation during the covid-19 crisis 8:37

    Business:
    A quarter of Airways employees will be made redundant due to the impacts of Covid-19 8:27

    Politics:
    More than a fifth of the population are set to benefit from the Government's wage subsidy scheme 8:17

    International:
    Treasury underestimated coronavirus like the rest of us, FOI documents show 7:57

    Cricket:
    Former New Zealand cricketer Jock Edwards is being remembered for an entertaining career 7:47

    Rugby League:
    Family will be at the forefront of Blake Green's mind if the NRL season resumes in Australia 7:37

    International:
    Coronavirus has changed the US election race — and Donald Trump has lost his rally advantage 7:27

    Law and Order:
    Former New Zealand cricketer Jock Edwards has died, aged 64 7:27

    Law and Order:
    Police are appealing for witnesses to a crash involving a bus and a silver Subaru in Dunedin 7:16

    Environment:
    The hunt for hydroxyl radicals in Antarctica could reveal the secrets of our future climate 7:06

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