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    More Nelson reserves may be closed in the coming weeks - if the weather stays hot and dry
     1 February 2020
    More Nelson reserves may be closed in the coming weeks - if the weather stays hot and dry
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    Gisborne has taken out the record of the hottest temperature of the Kiwi summer so far
    31 Jan: Gisborne has taken out the record of the hottest temperature of the Kiwi summer so far... more
    Scientists modify honey bee gut bacterium to fight colony collapse-causing Varroa mite and deformed-wing virus
    31 Jan: Researchers have genetically modified a bacterium that only occurs in the gut of honey bees, to fight Varroa mite and deformed-wing virus — two key causes of colony collapse.... more
    Strong winds and dry conditions have sparked several fires across the South Island overnight
    31 Jan: Strong winds and dry conditions have sparked several fires across the South Island overnight... more
    Bushfire emergency for RAAF Pearce Air Base in Bullsbrook as blaze flares north of Perth
    30 Jan: A bushfire is threatening homes and a Royal Australian Airforce base in Bullsbrook, north-east of Perth.... more
    Northland is chuffed by the latest funding boost for rail
    30 Jan: Northland is chuffed by the latest funding boost for rail... more
    Africa has the world's most under-reported humanitarian crises — but why are we turning a blind eye?
    28 Jan: Day-to-day life for those living in drought-stricken Madagascar and other parts of Africa consist of hoping to get enough food and water to survive. So why are extreme poverty and climate change issues in Africa given less media coverage than others?... more
    Dozens of Wellington businesses are bracing themselves for another two months of disruptions from wastewater repairs
    28 Jan: Dozens of Wellington businesses are bracing themselves for another two months of disruptions from wastewater repairs... more
    Emergency teams have recovered the last two missing victims from an earthquake in eastern Turkey
    28 Jan: Emergency teams have recovered the last two missing victims from an earthquake in eastern Turkey... more
    A woman and her baby pulled out alive from collapsed building from Turkey's earthquake
    27 Jan: A woman and her baby have been pulled out alive from under a collapsed building, just as Turkey prepares to wind down its rescue operation from the weekend's earthquake... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     03 Feb: Heavy rain has cut power and roads in South Westland - and there's more rain to come +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     01 Feb: More Nelson reserves may be closed in the coming weeks - if the weather stays hot and dry ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     03 Feb: Heavy rain's still affecting the West Coast with more on the way throughout the day ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     11 Feb: More Nelson reserves are being closed in response to the hot, dry weather ++++++++++++++++
     14 Feb: A magnitude 4.4 earthquake was felt in Seddon this morning ++++++++++++
     15 Feb: An investigator is heading out to the hills of Otira this morning, after a fire on the West Coast +++++++++
     19 Feb: Germany is shutting down its coal industry for good, so far without sacking a single worker ++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      25 Feb: Africa grapples with clean energy conundrum (BBCWorld)
      25 Feb: Climate change chapter moves up in marlborough environment plan (RadioNZ)
      25 Feb: 'important' climate change chapter moved closer to front of environment plan (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 Feb: Farming better off to mimic diverse natural systems (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Feb: Environment southland spends more than $700,000 on consultants (Stuff.co.nz)
      20 Feb: The new organisation helping finance environmental action (RadioNZ)
      20 Feb: Council staff pull 19-hour shift to get marlborough environment plan ready for release (Stuff.co.nz)
      20 Feb: Southland ballance farm finalists announced (Stuff.co.nz)
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