Rural women are concerned about water quality, but believe a lot of the degradation comes from cities and towns.
Greens blame ECan for pollution problems because it took away the "carrot" and relied on the "stick".
Endangered creatures flourish as a family figures out how to combine farming with eco-tourism.
Whitebait are great swimmers but they can't jump so streams need to be clear of obstacles for fish to flourish.
A group of proactive young New Zealanders wants a "national conversation" about climate change.
More than 12,000 hectares on Great Barrier Island in the Hauraki Gulf has been declared a new conservation park.
The Crown has been described as "incompetent" by Bay of Plenty Maori for its handling of the Rena wreck.
A dispute between neighbours over bees has hobby keepers worried they will need resource consent to keep hives.
Bush falcon swoops in to save vineyards
Ferocious predator described as the V8 supercar of the skies is to help guard vineyards.
The Green Party says mineral mining permits have been granted across a third of a marine sanctuary inhabited by Maui's Dolphins.
Humpback sightings up
Ninety-two humpback whales were seen over a four-week period this year - the second highest sighting on record.
Bees, butterflies, worms and birds among those at serious risk from neonics pesticides.
The planned aerial 1080 drop in the Waikaia Forest has met with strong opposition.
Moves to control dams on protected rivers and farm pollution are part of Green Party's "environment priority".
Govt launches largest pest control programme to fight a "biblical" plague of rats and stoats.
A protected rivers network is among the The Green Party's plan to improve New Zealand's water quality.
Allowing piggery effluent to flow into a stream lands a Waikato disposal company with a large fine.
Ecologist says the latest national water quality standards are a scam and warns against building the Waimea Community Dam.
Seafood industry argues against a plan to suction-mine the Chatham Rise.
District Council fined $56,250 for discharging five million litres of partially-treated sewage into harbour.
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