Population growth of little spotted kiwi looking brighter after chick discovered on Fiordland island.
Scientists are hoping to bring whitebait back to Christchurch's rivers, following years of apparent decline.
What will Marlborough choose: recreational fishing parks or sustainable fisheries?
A new anti-food waste law will require large French supermarkets to donate unsold food to charities or farms.
Christchurch City Council opposes ploy to deepen region's quarries because of risk to city's drinking water.
If one bites you, it will burn, burn, burn like a ring of fire.
Wanaka's forest regeneration projects hampered by drought.
Seven kea have died after being inadvertently caught in stoat traps in the Murchison Mountains.
Fish & Game disappointed with large number of unlicensed anglers caught in Otago.
The Greens say National has weakened the Emissions Trading Scheme so its no longer effective.
Criticism mounts about stock in waterways as figures show some farms received complaints about it repeatedly.
The global spread of a honeybee-killing virus was caused by humans, a study has found.
Protesters in Tokoroa were unable to stop the South Waikato District Council from removing trees in a community reserve.
Six farms are put up for sale to clear a debt of more than $30 million.
The reputation of Waikato's premier water venue is at risk from the aquatic weed infestation.
Trees lining Lake Taupo are being poisoned and felled under the cover of darkness.
Thousands of willows have been cleared to reveal a large wetland between Blenheim and Picton.
Indonesia has a big rubbish problem and one New Zealand charity wants to help.
Feilding wastewater treatment plant slammed by commissioners over history of non-compliance.
DOC's search for a shark reportedly injured off Stewart Island has been fruitless.
New Zealand not off the hook as cyclone season gets busy.
Deanna Clement works with all the marine mammals that live or visit the top of the South Island: Fur seals, orca, dolphins, and whales.
"People will be able to draw their own conclusions and ask if this is good for Marlborough, and what does the region really want?"
A walk in a Pukekohe park has turned into a litter picking expedition for two local residents, one an 83-year-old grandmother.
It took 238 days, but a zoo in the UK has become the first outside NZ to successfully hatch a tuatara.
Tuwharetoa relies on DOC advice, resource consent hearings ahead.
Cat curfews could be introduced in some Southland areas.
Have you ever wondered where weta live? Wonder no more.
OPINION: The uproar around the Lake Taylor herd of thirsty cows has highlighted the challenges of getting practical solutions to stock exclusion.
The Trees for Travellers programme in Kaikoura is providing labour and funding for an extensive upgrade to popular walking track, Tom's Track.