Hokio Beach residents have told the Waitangi Tribunal that their water is "putrid".
The elephant seal pup born on Timaru's Caroline Bay beach has died.
A cow carcass was left to rot and seep into the main water supply of a Waikato school.
Steve-O stunt spurs on Wellington's bath tub orca captivity protester.
A University of Auckland summer research project has captured pests in the Waitakere Ranges on camera.
A Pirongia group is helping save kokako in Pureora Forest Park.
Poisoned carrots left in a dog walking area in Hamilton shouldn't have been there, council says.
A Nelson business duo are minimising waste one green bag at a time.
Christchurch's acting mayor is eager to explore all means to stop deep-sea oil drilling off the Canterbury coast.
Three new salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds will be up and running in the very near future.
Not everyone is thrilled with plans for NZ's largest marine reserve around the Kermadec Islands.
State-owned farmer invites leading environmentalists to advise it on how to be more sustainable.
An end to dairy conversions is needed if Waikato is serious about cleaning up its waterways, says the Green Party.
The death of an orca calf attributed to boat strike, and the harassment which saw its mother driven off, has prompted a call for boaties to stick to the rules around marine mammals.
A farmer found guilty of starving cows to death has been fined and banned from owning livestock for two years.
From today, shoppers have to pay for a plastic bag at large stores and supermarkets across England.
New Te Anau Department of Conservation boss Greg Lind has been at the heart of the organisation since its beginning.
A live video feed is giving people an intimate peek into the life of a family of kaka.
Mapua professor Todd Kjellstrom says climate change could drive a major global economic decline.
India's capital, New Delhi, set to impose pollution tax, car-free days in effort to improve air quality.
Christchurch has woken to 23 degrees - and is heading for 27C .
A group of about 40 "growling" boys have been seen harassing Timaru's elephant seal and her pup.
An illegal fishing bust in Taupo last week has seen four people facing court but a local angler said the bust was a small win in a wide-spread poaching problem.
Life would never be the same for cats on Stewart Island under a predator-free plan.
Ratepayers face $90,000 bill after cowboy demolishers dump poisoned rubble.
A new centre for environmental engineering research promises to deliver for the public and private sectors.
The Department of Conservation has agreed to a land swap that would allow the controversial Ruataniwha dam to proceed.
Waikato-made water pumps could soon save Kenyan women from back-breaking labour.
The country's most polluted lake looks "horrible as never before," as new images show apparent environmental breaches - but authorities say the lake is not dead and can be saved.
The biggest El Nino since 1997-98 could damage the national economy.