Another injured penguin has been discovered on the New Plymouth coastline.
Karori wildlife sanctuary marks 20-year milestone with a weekend of celebrations.
The heavy rain that caused flooding made up half of Taranaki's rainfall in June.
The Corcorans are off the grid, well and truly, but have no trouble whatsoever dealing with wild weather.
Little River resident Murray Peden has lived off grid for 17 years.
The Andersons insist they aren't "greenies". They just always had a dream to live off the grid.
OPINION: Christchurch desperately needs a major tourism attraction. People need a reason to visit.
The proposed rules will restrict development in areas of Christchurch considered at risk from coastal erosion.
A A$50 million wind farm to be built in northwest Victoria will boast the biggest turbines in Australia, with a rotor diameter of 117 metres.
Aucklanders were surprised on their way to work this morning when a baby seal appeared near Britomart.
Cute animal paw prints in the snow?
Nearly 6000 Canterbury properties could be at threat from coastal erosion over the next century, a report says.
DOC not doing enough to save endangered species, says the Greens
Conservation Minister defends the time taken to decide whether to lay charges over Ngapuhi chairman's alleged kereru smuggling.
A project for Christchurch's residential red zone inspired by the Eden Project in Britain will be unveiled this week.
Air pollution officers have started patrolling Christchurch streets to sniff out smoky chimneys and issue warning notices.
Paul Gay had an unusual visitor in his kitchen.
A remote Canterbury paddock could launch New Zealand into the space race.
Ocean temperatures could mean a repeat of the infamous summer of 1997-98.
A picture taken from a satellite looks down the barrel of a volcano soon after it erupted violently.
It sounded like a goat, but on further inspection what one Hamilton worker was seeing was an adventurous seal.
Rich countries are very, very far from raising the billions they promised to help poor countries fight climate change.
The company will pay almost $700,000 to the council for clean-up costs.
Rat numbers have exploded in Waikato and the disease-carrying vermin are getting smarter.
Killer whales have been tracked on a 4900km journey from Antarctica to Northland.
A year after an urgent bill allowed native timber recovery on the West Coast, a fraction of the available timber has been removed and time is already running out. SARAH-JANE O'CONNOR reports.
OPINION: Four Greenpeace protesters drew plenty of attention to themselves by climbing on to the roof of a part of Parliament Buildings and sitting there for a day.
City council agrees to fund promenade feasibility study as it pushes to re-invigorate New Brighton.
Changing people's lives while protecting the ocean has earned Samara Nicholas and the Mountains to Sea Trust a huge accolade.
Woman who climbed on Parliament's roof rejects security risk claims, saying climate change is a bigger threat.