A foreign company has permission to extract and bottle millions of litres of water every day from Christchurch's aquifers, likely paying nothing for the privilege.
Southland's plans for aquaculture could be scuppered by sea lions looking for love.
Woman who battled misconceptions about natives to ensure their protection, remembered by local school.
James Cameron will release a doco this year that follows athletes who eat nothing but plants.
Forestry companies are looking at ways to curb the spread of wilding conifers on conservation land.
A French tourist watched helplessly as his climbing companion slid to his death on Mt Taranaki.
Call to give seas legal personalities, just as the Whanganui River was granted.
Video surveys and genetic sampling used to monitor paua growth in Marlborough Sounds.
Seaside Devonport on Auckland's North Shore celebrates leading the country toward its nuclear-free status.
Environment award-winning farmer impresses the judges.
A Central Otago dam could solve a battle for water in the Manuherikia River.
Artists will work with conservation projects in parks in a new residency.
If you are a possum living in Southland then your days are numbered according to Shane Wilson.
Central Otago farmers have outlined how bad a wallaby invasion could be on grass lands.
Kiwis eat a whopping 106.4 kilograms of meat each per year and we could learn a lot from reducetarianism.
It's probably not an albino - a common mistake by bird watchers.
Manawatu has avoided myrtle rust - a fungal disease threatening native plants.
Malcolm Hine is in the middle of the myrtle rust outbreak and knows his 100 feijoa trees will soon have it.
Blaming farmers ignores the progress they've made, says Doug Edmeades.
Keith Woodford says there are lessons to learn from Oregon dairy farming.
"If someone had got killed there, you wouldn't find the council fronting up to be keen to take any responsibility for it."
Mountaineer confirms the famous Step named in Sir Ed's honour has been destroyed.
The 19.4-metre wave - higher than a five-storey building - was recorded south of New Zealand at the weekend.
Taranaki nursery owner looks on the positive side
Conservation dog 'Detector Gadget' is becoming the face of biosecurity advocacy in Fiordland.
Daphne Swinton hated seeing the wasted of wooden pallets, so she did something about it.
Cleaning up rubbish dumped overboard by boaties and commercial fishermen around Abel Tasman National Park is a small, but important, first step for the newly formed Tasman Bay Guardians.
OPINION: Nelson Lakes, Coromandel or Queen Charlotte Walk? Where should the next Great Walk go.
Protesters against deep-sea oil drilling make large human chain along Christchurch beach.
Eight sites nationwide infected as fungus spreads in Taranaki.