Napier appears to finally be close to tackling an erosion problem, seven years after a solution was first mooted
Human activities are overwhelming the environment and causing worldwide wildlife populations to drop.
New Zealand's main environmental agency is satisfied with an ironsand mining company's application.
90 per cent of our sea birds and more than a quarter of marine mammals could be wiped out, according to a new report.
It's lucky nobody has been killed by bush fires in the Waitakere Ranges caused by fireworks, a volunteer firefighter says.
A public campaign to purchase pristine wildlife area is agonisingly close to reaching its target - but only has days left.
Mount Aspiring National Park bird predators in for rude shock.
Plastic is not fantastic for one Hawke's Bay school.
Century-old snippet on climate change from a local newspaper has caused consternation.
Some commercial fishermen are concerned that the potential closure of fisheries under a new proposal may force fishermen to go into other areas.
Look out for braided river birds.
The emergence of giant willow aphids in the Tasman district is causing concerns
America's Steve Irwin uses Kiwi invention to dice with death. Will it end in crocodile tears?
Palmerston North people are still tossing rubbish into their recycling bins.
New plan to tackle invasive weed in Lake Karapiro.
"There's little point signing the Paris agreement if all we're doing is buying fake carbon credits from overseas."
A handful of farms want to further intensify the Mackenzie Basin, described as a "stronghold" for rare and threatened native species.
Mapping of Sounds seafloor to reveal mysteries of the deep.
Coastal erosion is spilling 20-year-old rubbish buried in a tip into the sea.
Canterbury's poisonous green lake now has streaks of neon blue, caused by toxic algae.
"I used to love fishing. Now I just want to pay off my debts and get the hell out."
COLUMN: Cob Cottage at Molesworth Station is well worth a visit, writes Department of Conservation community ranger Clare Moore.
The department of Conservation has doubled fees for campsites on the Milford Rd.
The deadline is looming for a proposed new power plant to be deemed a project of national significance.
It's vitally important to Robyn, a gibbon at Wellington Zoo.
As the war on pests continues, one Wellington business believes it has the answer.
Ten years ago, there was a public outcry over pest control. Now, it's "kill the buggers".
When Penelope Te Pania grows up, she wants to plant trees all over the world.
Baches will erode away if a seawall isn't built. But protecting nesting penguins gets priority.
Dogs on Stewart Island are in for a shock on Monday.