Fresh eggs from a Putaruru farm are helping trap pests inside Maungatautari's nature sanctuary.
There were sounds of disgust when children at Nelson's Victory School were faced with what four days of rubbish looked like.
Playgrounds in Invercargill and Bluff could be replaced with food forests under a proposal presented to the Invercargill City Council's long-term plan hearing.
A push to phase out single-use plastic bags has been shot down by the environment minister who says it's not justified.
A multi-agency investigation is under way into large-scale shellfish deaths at the coastal location of Ngunguru.
A home detention bid for a trout poacher has been denied.
Proposed changes to the blue cod fishing rules will be announced at meetings in Nelson and Blenheim next week.
Fisherman snare large mysterious sea creature off Auckland coast.
They're scaring school kids and taking over a small Auckland suburb. But is birth control the answer to Browns Bay's pigeon population?
New figures suggest Maui's dolphin population numbers have dropped to below 50.
Energizer has launched a nationwide search to track down Kiwis harnessing the power of positive energy to make small changes with a big impact.
The disappearance of whales from an Antarctic island has left experts puzzled.
Wellington game studio teams with NZ's top free diver to help save endangered dolphins.
Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust will get $300,000 per year for three years, as long as they can prove the money's well spent.
The saga of Hamilton's 150,000-strong tyre mountain has made its way to Taupo.
A passion for the environment has prompted Palmerston North pupils to raise funds for a Wildbase Recovery centre.
The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society launches campaign to ban testing on rabbits' eyes.
Stuff has joined 24 other media organisations from around the world in a network sharing climate change stories.
Two critically endangered takahe have been released at Rotoroa Island.
How can a skifield operator spill 19,000 litres of diesel into the local water supply and not notice?
We Kiwis love our pizza. The trouble is the mess we leave behind after the noshing stops.
Christchurch's abandoned Avon River red zone could become a native forest park if plans come to fruition.
Neighbours of the Titirangi kauri at the centre of protest action say they are victims of retaliatory attacks.
An award-winning film combating climate change sceptics to hit screens worldwide
MetService will use Budget funding to safeguard itself against the threat of a Wellington earthquake.
Pollution at a Karori stream is so bad teachers at a nearby school can smell diesel in their staffroom.
Aucklanders will have the opportunity to watch two rare takahe be released on Rotoroa Island in the Hauraki Gulf.
They look like black whitebait, but the mudfish on the Foleys' farm will not be turned into patties anytime soon.
New research into Hector’s dolphins along the Kaikoura coast has shown that there are two distinct populations.
Aucklanders must wait a while longer to find out if a controversial weed spray product will continue to be used in their area.