A new investigation is being put together to examine whether a new aquaculture project on Stewart Island would have a negative effect on its growing sea lion colony.
$6m to protect water supply may be first of several post-quake funding packages.
Myrtle rust continues to spread but mostly in Taranaki. Twenty-five sites now affected.
DOC staff are so worried about a catastrophic myrtle rust outbreak, they're flying to remote areas to collect seeds.
Paua farmers on the edge of the Marlborough Sounds say their love of the marine mollusc borders on worship.
At risk kokako have returned to Taranaki after a twelve year absence.
Water is big business. From investing in irrigation to maintaining drinking quality, there are hundred of entry points for investors.
"If you are hitting the rats, you are going to get the mice," Warwick Peterson says.
The Clendon Pride Project hopes to stamp out vandalism, rubbish and anti-social behaviour.
You no longer need to feel guilty about pilfering the toiletries from a hotel room.
Residents are still battling local government to remove messy pin oaks 15 years on.
Positive myrtle rust findings grow as nurseries reopen
Terry Selwood was enjoying the solitude of an afternoon's fishing when all hell broke loose.
Do the work and worry about the paperwork later, Wellington council tells landfill operators.
The science and ethics of using poison to protect native wildlife in Nelson's Brook Waimarama Sanctuary.
"A great deal of anti-1080 sentiment isn't about 1080," says author.
There may soon be signs of life in a dormant, West Coast coal mining town: a water bottling plant.
The Manawatu Gorge road has been closed for more than a month after several slips and a new gouge in the road was discovered.
Ashhurst Domain work to reduce threat to a major transport link and the area's ecology.
Swimmers and schools unite in citizen science investigation of Wanaka's water quality.
The public need 'robust data' to make understand the impact of proposed water changes in Central Otago.
A dead little blue penguin in Wellington is being used as a reminder to keep dogs on leashes.
A project to band and follow tieke living outside the safety of the Zealandia has begun.
Winds sweeping across the north-west will now be monitored at Woodhill Forest.
Aucklanders' future water supply may come in the form of treated sewage.
OPINION: It's time politicians actually deal with climate change. Or else get used to floods and pollution.
The battle against myrtle rust gets harder every day, but those in the thick of it remain confident of victory.
From kerbside to dockside; the journey of Marlborough's recycling.
A decade-long survey of whales is finally over, meaning the "closest place they come to shore" is back in business.
One smaller orca refloated, but stranding claims lives of five others in Bay of Plenty.