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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Saudi Arabian authorities seize rainbow toys for 'promoting homosexuality'
     16 June 2022
    Authorities in Saudi Arabia seize any rainbow-coloured toys and clothing for promoting homosexuality, according to Saudi state TV.
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    Queenstown-Lakes District mayor says pre-departure tests' use-by date is well and truly up
    16 Jun: Queenstown-Lakes District mayor says pre-departure tests' use-by date is well and truly up... more
    Crews have cleared the Crown Range Road after heavy snowfall closed it this week
    16 Jun: Crews have cleared the Crown Range Road after heavy snowfall closed it this week... more
    It's been another night of heavy rain and strong winds in many parts of the country
    14 Jun: It's been another night of heavy rain and strong winds in many parts of the country... more
    The Ministry of Education has confirmed a dozen schools have stayed closed today, due to the weather
    13 Jun: The Ministry of Education has confirmed a dozen schools have stayed closed today, due to the weather... more
    The weekend's wild weather is leaking into the week
    13 Jun: The weekend's wild weather is leaking into the week... more
    The snow god's are shining on the country's southern ski fields
    13 Jun: The snow god's are shining on the country's southern ski fields... more
    Great swathes of New Zealand face a rolling line of thunderstorms and blustery gusts tonight
    12 Jun: Great swathes of New Zealand face a rolling line of thunderstorms and blustery gusts tonight... more
    Dramatic weather continues across the Greater Wellington region
    12 Jun: Dramatic weather continues across the Greater Wellington region... more
    A severe thunderstorm has been smashing parts of the lower North Island, and the top of the South Island in the past hour
    12 Jun: A severe thunderstorm has been smashing parts of the lower North Island, and the top of the South Island in the past hour... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     13 Jun: The Ministry of Education has confirmed a dozen schools have stayed closed today, due to the weather ++++++++++++++++
     16 Jun: Queenstown-Lakes District mayor says pre-departure tests' use-by date is well and truly up ++++++++++
     17 Jun: It's snow day for Cantabrians ++++++++++
     27 May: A Wellington City Councillor says it's impossible to say no to the 37-million dollars more needed to strengthen the town hall +++++++++
     18 Jun: The South Island is celebrating snow, skiing and sunshine this weekend ++++++++
     31 May: The Loop: Projections in final lower house seats, Texans unlikely to give up gun ownership, earthquake recorded in Brisbane +++++++
     08 Jun: Scientists say a proposal to charge farmers for their emissions is part of New Zealand's bigger reduction journey +++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      21 Jun: Photos of prince william mark duke's 40th birthday (BBCWorld)
      21 Jun: Pm stands by nanaia mahuta after nats say government contracts to family show 'pattern of perceived conflicts' (NZ Herald)
      13 Jun: Auckland court will be setting for whakaari eruption trial (RadioNZ)
      12 Jun: Cost of living crisis: save money, food waste, environment by rubbish bin dumpster diving (NZ Herald)
      10 Jun: Shaun gray inquest: nurse describes 'chaotic' mental health ward (RadioNZ)
      10 Jun: John macdonald: ngāi tahu environment canterbury ecan bill unnecessary and wrong (NZ Herald)
      9 Jun: John macdonald: a regional tax for christchurch stadium? i say yes! (NZ Herald)
      9 Jun: Ngāi tahu a step closer to permanent representation on environment canterbury (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

    Law and Order:
    Police are investigating a suspicious building fire in Motueka yesterday morning 15:29

    Cricket:
    New Zealand pace bowler Trent Boult's readying for another duel against England's batters on the third day of the final cricket test at Headingley 15:19

    Soccer:
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    Business:
    Ukrainian forces to withdraw from eastern city of Sievierodonetsk 14:20

    International:
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    Business:
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    Rugby League:
    New Zealand's rugby league sides are looking to lay the foundations for World Cup success in England in the double header against Tonga this afternoon 13:49

    International:
    The Dyatlov Pass incident sparked terror and conspiracy theories. But has the mystery finally been solved? 13:29

    Soccer:
    The Football Ferns take another step forward in their 2023 World Cup preparations when they battle Norway overnight in Oslo 13:29

    Rugby League:
    Today's rugby league double-header in Auckland takes on extra significance for the Kiwis and Kiwi Ferns harbouring world champion ambitions 13:09

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