New Zealand can't put off setting a carbon price any longer, researcher says.
Shell Todd have applied for marine consents to drill off Taranaki
Invercargill had an unexpected visitor when a terminally ill turtle normally found in the tropics washed ashore.
Working together appears to be paying off for environmentalists and Landcorp.
The biggest water bottling operation in NZ will go to whoever comes up with the money first.
"It's been a hell of a ride," says homeowner Julian Pirie on hearing Watercare will not be taking his land.
A community living in fear their countryside homes would be demolished can breathe easier.
Waterside car park in Mana blocked off while pizza-sized hole is repaired.
Increasing take-up of electric vehicles could have a huge impact on large oil companies.
DOC staff are so worried about a catastrophic myrtle rust outbreak, they're flying to remote areas to collect seeds.
Carelessness was behind waterway pollution by two Southland dairy farms, leading to a fine of $52,000 for the owner.
Another myrtle rust infected property is identified in Taranaki
The repair cafe event saw a community connect over items given a new lease on life.
A plan to bottle thousands of cubic metres of water from a Tasman spring has been dealt a blow after a local iwi appeal.
Independent commissioners are hearing Talley's application for consent to continue discharging into sea, air.
You no longer need to feel guilty about pilfering the toiletries from a hotel room.
85 weeks later, 5,000,000 kilograms of litter lighter, this beach in India is now pristine.
There was no tsunami risk right up until someone said, "there's a tsunami and it's hitting Kaikoura right now", remembers Marlborough harbourmaster.
Paua farmers on the edge of the Marlborough Sounds say their love of the marine mollusc borders on worship.
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.
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.
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.