Over the last 25 years, the Nature Heritage Fund (NHF) has protected 341,881 hectares of conservation land, or 1.3 per cent of New Zealand's land area.
Time is running out for the mice on Antipodes Island.
Ten sites in Fiordland set for 1080 drops.
DOC needs an extra $10-20 million over 10 years to save Northland's neglected native forests.
Crossing protective barriers causes weakness in sand dunes, perfect storm conditions finish the job.
Revolution in solar, batteries will render conventional energy, transport "obsolete in 15 years".
Ten years after the release of An Inconvenient Truth, we look at its scorecard.
An MP visiting Southland says Government spending could boost conservation.
He's accused of using a digger to move a stream crossing his property.
Primary Industries Minister moves to fast-track fisheries monitoring after fish dumping.
Live ammunition is still being found in the Kaimanawa Forest Park.
Boats speeding through dolphin pods can disrupt their feeding, sleeping and socialising.
Recreational fishers keep an eye on the west coast fishery as the number of anglers increases.
Six women joined hands, laid flowers and cried for a puriri tree which will be bulldozed for a motorway.
The hunt is on for a population of about 15 pest parakeets roosting near Hikutaia.
Raising babies is never easy, but raising the rarest kiwi chicks in the world needs a team effort.
Funds will help to keep kokako tune going strong in Hunua
It includes a tour of the National Whale Centre, a boat trip to the Perano Whaling Station, a walk through Picton Museum, and a chat to an original whaler.
Dozens of sharks feasting on a whale carcass filmed by drone.
New Zealand's freshwater crisis is nowhere so pronounced as in Canterbury, writes ecologist Lan Pham.
Temperatures hit 51 degrees in record Indian heatwave, killing people and melting roads.
Creative and colourful tactics employed by environmental protection group on the slopes of Mt Karangahake.
Ten years worth of work on Marlborough Sounds marine farming is put on hold by council due to fears of legal action.
Hundreds of Christchurch children have been given a glimpse into what life is like for fish.
A rarely seen but 'quite beautiful' fish has washed up near Kaikoura.
Rugby World Cup experience inspires a unique conservation initiative in the Wairarapa.
Garbed in green, fluffy looking, and entertaining to watch - Bill Oddie in good company with kakapo chicks.
A second man who was involved in "one of the worst cases of poaching in the area for the best part of a decade" has been sentenced.
COLUMN: Department of Conservation community ranger Wendy Sullivan talks about how to properly dispose of garden weeds.
Hawke's Bay Regional Council has laid charges after Waihi Dam spewed silt into rivers.