Allowing piggery effluent to flow into a stream lands a Waikato disposal company with a large fine.
Ecologist says the latest national water quality standards are a scam and warns against building the Waimea Community Dam.
Seafood industry argues against a plan to suction-mine the Chatham Rise.
District Council fined $56,250 for discharging five million litres of partially-treated sewage into harbour.
Muddy minewater from a New Zealand Steel site has leaked into sacred Maori waters.
Tiny plastic balls used in plastics manufacturing are fouling up Wellington's Evans Bay beach.
New Zealand's forest ecosystem needs the extinct moa back, a flightless-bird expert claims.
Man, who doesn't want to be named for fear of ridicule, says he saw "grey ghost" in Nelson hills.
Kiwi musician lendds his voice to help save a group of endangered New Zealanders.
A South Auckland man has lost his car, and been fined $4500 for a second conviction for selling kina.
Ecologist claims government aims to dramatically increase the agriculture over the next couple of decades at the expense of water quality.
Cockles in Pauatahanui Inlet have increased by more than 20 per cent, s sign of the inlet's improving water quality.
All of New Zealand's lakes and rivers will in future have to meet minimum water quality standards.
DOC is about to begin a million-dollar ground war on an army of mice on the Antipodes Islands.
June this year was the warmest on record at Niwa's most important measuring sites.
Company plans to appeal a decision against iron-sand mining off the Taranaki Coast.
A tasty carrot, slathered in 1080, is the secret to getting rid of wallabies hopping their way through the Waikato region.
Thousands of Kiwis are taking part in a citizen science project aimed at monitoring population trends of common garden birds.
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War will be declared on wasps in the Craigieburn Range as part of the largest operation of its kind carried out in NZ.
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