A million-dollar forest in Tawa is for sale, and Wellington ratepayers are considering an offer.
Puppeteer Anna Bailey is educating others about eels through her puppets
Eels were here longer than the development, says concerned resident.
Snap-happy locals were delighted by the rare phenomenon. But can you see it?
GWRC faces a sizeable bill to repair riverbanks and flood defences damaged by all the unseasonal flooding.
Beautiful clouds roll and break like waves in the sea over Palmerston North.
Rare kiwi will be introduced to Shakespear Reserve, despite predator gate damage.
Decades of conservation work has gone up in smoke as the Port Hills fire rages across some of the region's last remnants of native forest.
Artist Murray Hewitt will take viewers on a bird's eye tour of Hutt River
Fourteen endangered birds have been released near Whanganui National Park in the hopes numbers will flourish.
More than 200kg of waste, including used nappies, has been pulled from a Rotorua stream.
Wanaka invites debate on lake snow, freshwater research, issues, ideas and funding.
Invasive fish population booms in waterways degraded by farming, study finds.
"There's always been a problem of understanding why Mt Taranaki is so far to the West, away from the other mountains."
Opinion: Kiwis will be surprised to hear we have an 'Amazon-scale' ecological crisis occurring here on a similar scale.
A trim won't do, Old Man's Beard must be removed.
Cookie the kaka is getting prepped for his return to the wildlife.
Deadly ebola outbreaks are a higher risk where deforestation changes jungle habitats, a Kiwi scientist has found.
Wheely bins could work, but not for university students, say their landlords.
Environmentalists and industrialists face off over massive Taranaki iron sands project.
"We need more water than other communities to live our lives out here."
One of the most secluded beaches on Auckland's east coast will remain car free.
Judge says offenders caught with illegal paua catches were "frowned on by the community".
A Pahiatua man's penchant for Malaysian moon moths costs him more than $11,000.
OPINION: Ian Spellerberg explains the benefits of tree hugging and writes in support of tree huggers.
The claws are out as a group is urging NZ to follow Aussie's lead in adopting cat curfews and tougher laws.
Bush cared for by devoted conservationists has been destroyed in Christchurch's Port Hills fire.
Hamilton Gardens water supply has been damaged, leaving the plants thirsty as council prepares for a major repair.
Five years ago, Simon Lucas had barely used a camera. This week he heads off to the Antarctic to work on his third environmental film.
The Department of Conservation is increasing fees for commercial aircraft landings on conservation land to bring them in line with increased market rates from the growth in tourism.