Kiwis are becoming a minority in their own backyard, only making up a quarter of walkers on iconic tramps.
Kiwi songstress Jamie McDell is not afraid to get her hands dirty for a good cause.
The population of kakariki in the Abel Tasman National Park has had another boost.
A snake breeder in Australia did a double take after one of his eggs hatched.
Laura Jerome suspected a burglar - but her late-night visitor turned out to be a kiwi.
Dan Steele has a vision for the future, and it doesn't look like its past.
It was possible someone had dumped thousands of litres of a chemical and not even considered their actions were illegal.
More than 30,000 people are expected to walk the Kepler Track in Fiordland National Park this season.
Neville Ritchie talks about the rich history of the Pureora Forest, as outlined in his new book.
The New Plymouth District is unnecessarily sending 25,000 tonnes of organic waste to landfill each year.
Trees on SH6 in Queenstown will stay where they are for a while longer as Delta agreed to a short-term solution of trimming.
No more holidays ruined "by tripping over a wasp nest or not watching a jam sandwich closely enough".
Quota owners would receive compensation, but there was no provision for operators who leased quota.
Forest and Bird says the council should be doing more to catch the culprit.
Seven kiwi were hospitalised last month, including one run over by a car.
Anglers from around the world visit NZ to explore our rivers, enjoy summer and experience what Kiwis take for granted.
Anglers and mountainbikers are sharing access on the Around the Mountains Cycle Trail.
The state of the country's fresh water is at the top of the agenda for this public service boss.
"We can't stick our head in the sand." DOC says it's considering making overseas tourists pay to use our parks.
A mystery toxin is being blamed for wiping out the fish and plants in a creek north of Blenheim.
Move to mainland not because of tensions on Stewart Island, shark dive operator says.
It's a glorified pond, but it's famous in Hamilton and its days are far from numbered.
Intriguing remains of a sea creature found bobbing in surf have been identified.
Keep cats in enclosures rather than impose curfews, says Southland woman.
Seas could be 52 metres higher than they are now if we let climate change rip, scientists say.
Large areas of Antarctic ice sheets could melt away into the ocean if ice shelves continue to disappear.
A 172-hectare slice of rugged coast, pristine beaches, and endangered wildlife is up for grabs.
Fancy a swim? Sharks attacked people around the globe a record 98 times in 2015.
Southlanders will have the opportunity to see a bee hive in action at the Southland Bee Society Bee Friendly Gala day at Limehills school this Sunday.