Two critically endangered takahe have been released at Rotoroa Island.
How can a skifield operator spill 19,000 litres of diesel into the local water supply and not notice?
We Kiwis love our pizza. The trouble is the mess we leave behind after the noshing stops.
Christchurch's abandoned Avon River red zone could become a native forest park if plans come to fruition.
Neighbours of the Titirangi kauri at the centre of protest action say they are victims of retaliatory attacks.
MetService will use Budget funding to safeguard itself against the threat of a Wellington earthquake.
Pollution at a Karori stream is so bad teachers at a nearby school can smell diesel in their staffroom.
Aucklanders will have the opportunity to watch two rare takahe be released on Rotoroa Island in the Hauraki Gulf.
They look like black whitebait, but the mudfish on the Foleys' farm will not be turned into patties anytime soon.
New research into Hector’s dolphins along the Kaikoura coast has shown that there are two distinct populations.
Aucklanders must wait a while longer to find out if a controversial weed spray product will continue to be used in their area.
As sea levels rise, so too does the risk of flooding along the Coromandel coast, Niwa says.
A father and son who fasted for seven days and nights in a call to action over climate change have ended their fast weak but resilient.
Waikato support for plastic bag reduction.
Young kiwi are "dying at an incredible rate", expert says, as reserve loses seven in three months - including two rare white ones.
El Nino patterns have formed at sea, but advice from weather experts is not to panic, yet.
The Greens have come up with a new plan to try to keep the country's clean image in the bag.
"Some dairy farmers regard me as the devil", says Dr Mike Joy with a grin.
A dream, a 41m tall rimu in a Waikato forest and some skilled tree-lovers have come together in a month-long mission.
This giant squid's body revealed a terrifying story: It had been attacked by an even-bigger beast.
This winter is likely to be cooler than usual and the spring stormier, with scientists confirming El Nino is here.
Friends of Flora hope to relocate a final group of Great Spotted Kiwi into Kahurangi National Park.
One hundred hectares could be added to Wellington Town Belt if a bill before Parliament gets the nod.
DOC says no great white butterflies have been found over autumn but wants Nelson residents to keep a lookout for the pest.
Wildlife Recovery gains its first business sponsor - a radiology clinic.
A father and son will not eat for a week while they camp out at Blenheim band rotunda to highlight the issue of climate change.
An endangered sea turtle is doing well after being snared by a fisherman's hand line, zoo vet says.
The Zoofari programme gives low decile schools the chance to take kids to the zoo and take part in conservation-based learning.
Sustainability just got smarter for Auckland's Wynyard Quarter thanks to a new online tracking platform.
Weird, wonderful and possibly never-before-seen marine creatures brought home by Niwa.