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.
The proposed mining of iron sands could impact beaches like Piha, an environmental group says.
Capital & Coast DHB generates up to 5000kg of waste every day - so where does it all go?
"This is a self portrait of us doing nothing. This is not somebody else's problem."
Bring out the BBQ for the long weekend, we're going to have some sun. Except for you, Gisborne. Sorry.
Short walks in the Manawatu Gorge remain open, but long track is closed.
The Department of Conservation has said it will make a decision as to whether it issues permits for shark cage diving before the season starts in December.
Opinion: The way things are going whitebait species will be gone before most of our grandchildren are able to see them.
A man on a wire sporting a caulking gun full of deadly goo spells doom for ravenous rooks.
Kaikoura shower cap innovation.
A Kaikoura woman hopes to turn round the fortunes of the banded dotterel.
Keeping fit and saving the planet, walkers target litter.
One council wants to create a great shopping, cafe, outdoor and educational experience at its dump.
Flown to Auckland where he was nursed back to health, Koha has started his trip back to the Kermadecs.
OPINION: There may be costs in auditing your carbon footprint, but the benefits far outweigh them
A keen eye catches a glimpse of the rare tui in south Auckland.
Small rise in critically endangered dolphin, but concerns remain for their survival.
Paua divers and shark cage operators put cases before High Court in Wellington.
Govt change to legal fund "a clear conflict of interest", Greens say.
Capital residents can now recycle their plastic bags at 56 places around the region.
"Just because there are difficulties does not mean that nothing can be, or should be done," says NZ environment commissioner.
New Zealand's $30 billion sovereign fund promises to target clean energy in a bid to prepare for climate change.
Rescue helicopter trust threatened after protesters raise concerns about rescue helicopter being used to drop 1080.
Opening Canterbury's largest lake is no mean feat, as new drone footage shows.
Gus Anning will soon leave the sunny Coromandel Peninsula to head back to Antarctica.
Would you eat this? A visiting food waste activist wants us to embrace ugly food and prevent it going to the landfill.
A K5 strain will kill 20-30 per cent of a rabbit population building immunity against the original calicivirus.