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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Climate change survey shows Australians want action on emissions, but are divided on nuclear
     10 September 2019
    A majority of Australians believe climate change is driving more droughts and floods, and that increasing electricity prices are the result of "excessive profit margins" among private energy companies.
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    The sea's taking bites out of both sides of the country
    9 Sep: The sea's taking bites out of both sides of the country... more
    Donald Trump in sights of Anthony Scaramucci, who vows to make him one-term president
    9 Sep: Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci is now fundraising against his former boss Donald Trump, labelling him an "orange fat blob" and a "malignant narcissist" who needs the spotlight.... more
    More than a hundred scientists and leaders will meet in Auckland today for a Myrtle Rust Symposium
    9 Sep: More than a hundred scientists and leaders will meet in Auckland today for a Myrtle Rust Symposium... more
    The Super Fund says it will not stop investing in dairy farms that use winter crop grazing
    7 Sep: The Super Fund says it will not stop investing in dairy farms that use winter crop grazing... more
    Fire and Emergency are attending to a factory fire in Silverdale on Auckland's North Shore
    6 Sep: Fire and Emergency are attending to a factory fire in Silverdale on Auckland's North Shore... more
    Bahamas officials fear Hurricane Dorian destruction will spread to vital tourism industry
    6 Sep: There are two major operations currently taking place on the Bahamas. One is aimed at helping those hardest-hit by Hurricane Dorian, the strongest storm to ever hit the archipelago. The other is an effort to protect the nation's reputation as a highly des... more
    Farmers feeling like they're in deep water over government's waterways plans
    6 Sep: Farmers are feeling like they're in deep water over the government's plans to clean up the waterways... more
    Hurricane Dorian's Australian survivors describe ocean swallowing Bahamas island
    5 Sep: As the official death toll from Hurricane Dorian reaches 20, two Australian friends caught on Grand Bahama during the category five storm describe how the ocean "literally swallowed the island".... more
    Earthquake Commission encouraging Turangi homeowners to lodge damage claims after last night's quake
    5 Sep: The Earthquake Commission is encouraging Turangi homeowners to lodge claims for damage from last night's quake... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     02 Sep: The last Kaikoura homeowners affected by the 2016 earthquakes... should be home by Christmas ++++++++++++
     05 Sep: Hurricane Dorian's Australian survivors describe ocean swallowing Bahamas island +++++++
     06 Sep: Bahamas officials fear Hurricane Dorian destruction will spread to vital tourism industry +++++++
     23 Aug: Climate change evacuation planning needs to start now, scientists urge +++++++
     22 Aug: Wild weather has prompted a warning to Auckland motorists +++++++
     20 Aug: Elton John hits out at 'relentless' criticism of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle over use of private jets +++++++
     19 Aug: A magnitude 4.3 earthquake has rattled the lower North Island tonight +++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      16 Sep: Farmers freshwater submission extension inadequate - jacqui dean (voxy.co.nz)
      13 Sep: Late freshwater submissions will be accepted - minister (voxy.co.nz)
      12 Sep: No prosecution for gore district council for algal bloom discharge into mataura river (Stuff.co.nz)
      12 Sep: Environment commissioner calls for government to aim lower on methane (NZ Herald)
      11 Sep: Demand for native trees booms as kiwis fight to save the environment (Stuff.co.nz)
      11 Sep: Fukushima: radioactive water may be dumped in pacific (BBCWorld)
      11 Sep: Plan launched to identify landfill risks after west coast washout (RadioNZ)
      11 Sep: Bank profits suffer as pressure goes on (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Business:
    Sydney surgeon sues Google over negative reviews, but tech giant claims it is 'subordinate distributor' 22:47

    Health & Safety:
    52,000 measles vaccines have arrived in Auckland as the country grapples an outbreak 21:57

    Entertainment:
    David Beckham "always wants to win" when he plays games with his kids 21:46

    Law and Order:
    There are a number of 'vehicles of interest' in the suspected hit and run death of a woman in Whanganui last month 21:17

    Entertainment:
    Hailey Bieber felt "inferior" to her model friends 21:16

    Entertainment:
    Ryan Reynolds praised Hugh Jackman after he was honoured with Australia's Companion of the Order 20:46

    Entertainment:
    Jesse McCartney is engaged to his longtime girlfriend 20:16

    Entertainment:
    Pete Davidson is being "more low key" with his relationships now 19:46

    Environment:
    Residents from all but one property in Dunedin have returned to their homes after being evacuated due to a scrub fire 19:27

    Entertainment:
    Kanye West wants to move to Wyoming - but Kim's law studies mean they can't move away 19:16

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