Z's coffee cup recycling scheme could be good news for gardeners.
"We think things like clarity and water temperature should also be factors in judging quality."
"It's not a good decision, this is meant to be a public and transparent process."
Manawatu's waterways are on the line. Regional council candidates discuss.
It wasn't a kids' holiday programme, but there were plenty of stickers.
Global automakers are showing off new electric vehicles at the Paris auto show.
Bee in-breeding from disease has spurred research into increasing the gene pool.
The Brook Waimarama Sanctuary celebrated the completion of its pest-proof fence with a party and a visit from the PM.
Canterbury man donates $600,000 to help turn a large chunk of land into a public park that will be named after his late wife.
Pest free country by 2050 "doable" but will take "a range of methods", Steven Joyce says.
"We think they're deliberately misleading the government that they have iwi mandate."
The campground was slipping into the sea. But a community donor has pledged $50,000 to save it.
Frothy-watered lake close to 300 drug firms becomes a giant petri dish for anti-microbial resistance.
Changes to crayfishing at the top of the South Island are aimed at stopping recreational "rat bags" from ruining it for all.
"It's not often you get to see a baby hatched within the hour right in front of your eyes."
Toilets at Kaikoura seal waterfall could be but a pipe dream.
Poor weather ends Rainbow Ski Field season.
Their home is disappearing - Mackenzie basin weta are losing habitat as dairy farming expands into the region.
Far above the Arctic Circle, an abandoned US military base is buried in the ice. But that ice is melting.
An influx of Lion's mane jellyfish, the largest known species, are invading South Island beaches.
Mighty Dash returned back to Tongariro Forest where she was removed one year ago to save her life.
#CleanEarth movement's Kiri Danielle calls for cultural change to combat littering.
Vets get inventive to save the beak of a rare kiwi.
A wilding pine is simply a pine tree in the wrong place, say volunteers.
New Zealand's national parks have won the heart of an American expert visiting the country.
Hayley Holt wants people to join her in taking action to save New Zealand's culture and industry.
The regeneration of the Astrolabe Reef was the one silver lining of the Rena disaster.
We can see it's damp today - but what are forecasters predicting for the next few months?
Our planet could warm by as much as 7 degrees over the next 1000 years - and change the world as we know it.
Rats and stoats have no place in Wellington, where an action plan has been announced to get rid of them forever.