As soon as the council opened a spot for freedom campers next to a Maori burial ground, the "destruction" began.
Tui numbers have definitely increased in Auckland's urban area, the Bird Lady says.
Old TVs and other unwanted electronics can be dropped off for recycling at the Nelson Environment Centre's new store.
Technology is set to replace big groups of scientists working in Antarctica, the Antarctic Office says.
Clean-up dive in Wellington Harbour fishes up a biosecurity surprise, starring a snake and a scorpion.
The Rimutaka Incline is easy going in the saddle and, with its history, something different.
Wellington Harbour holds many treasures, and a whole lot of junk too.
For tui living in cities, the daily grind means they have more monotonous tunes than their forest cousins.
It's been 60 years since Scott Base opened in Antarctica, with celebrations taking place in Christchurch and on the Ice.
Educator and conservationist Bob Stothart.
Councils' plans to fight rising sea levels threaten coastal property ownership.
The game is up for hundreds of rabbits running rampant in the country's biggest cemetery.
Council are confident the stream is now supporting a healthy ecosystem, but are still trying to determine the cause of the deaths.
Woolly nightshade can damage farm pasture and prevent the establishment of native plants beside waterways.
"We were trying to fit our dreams into 18 acres"
The public gets a say on a network of walkways and cycleways between Puhoi and Pakiri including the Big Omaha Trail.
Summer's 'dry' is starting to hit families on un-reticulated Waiheke.
One year after Mount Tauhara was reopened to the public the landowners are thanking hikers for respecting their sacred maunga.
Pest control services feel the sting as a cool summer keeps wasps nests away from the Manawatu.
Under Iceland a monster is beginning to awaken.
A Hamilton City Councillor was called out for walking her jack russell on a bush track where dogs are not allowed.
Baffled by mysterious calls in the night, a Colac Bay family discovered a nest of penguins at their home.
Swans paddling through green algae on Lake Forsyth make for an eerie sight.
The lure of a fertile female could be the "holy grail" for controlling one of New Zealand's most devastating predators.
Two new "Big Belly" smart bins are being trialled in central Queenstown.
It's the luxury Christchurch hotel where fish is always on the menu for guests.
From the strange to curious, these seven wonders will inspire awe and wanderlust.
The best little capital in the world. Sure. But why is it always so bloody windy?
The club's youngest member, two year old Perry, has his very own hive, and enjoys learning beekeeping skills.
Removing a hook from the mouth of a flapping fish has never been easy. Until now.