Endangered birds won't handle 160 days of music festivals, Environment Court rules.
Pest plant groups less than impressed by government's $38,400 contribution to wiping out weeds.
COLUMN: Conservation and wacky wigs - A happy collusion for a double good cause.
It used to be a farmers' problem, but it could threaten the country's other 'cash cow': tourism.
Gareth Morgan wants to charge commercial users of water for every litre they use - even farmers.
Conservationists want a marine park. Government wants a recreational park. Their plans will likely overlap.
Opinion: Final chance to have your say on how district deals with waste.
Comvita says early signs are myrtle rust's impact on manuka will be slight, although MPI cautions it's too soon to tell.
A fight for resources could break out in a warming Antarctica if new species start competing for more hospitable habitats.
Massive restrictions now in place for moving myrtle species plants in and out of North Taranaki .
Council plans could see LED street lights brightening the streets of Lower Hutt.
Hector's dolphin found dead on a West Coast beach died from illegal set-netting, inquiry finds.
"We are the future - ban plastic bags," schoolchildren chant outside Parliament.
The Mackenzie Basin canals are not only the most popular New Zealand fishery- they are home to the biggest fish, a new report shows.
Greenpeace launches campaign to decrease cow numbers by stopping Government funding big irrigation.
Judge will decide whether Government should revisit emission targets after legal challenge.
Test results showing a cleaner Pomahaka River are inspiring farmers to do better.
Genetically modified grass developed by AgResearch in NZ to cut greenhouse gas is being tested overseas.
The biggest change in this year's annual plan for Environment Canterbury will be the addition of three new education and compliance staff.
It's cold outside and people are burning their home fires, but in Winton that could be affecting the air quality.
The ex-Greens co-leader head of Greenpeace may avoid a conviction following an open-sea protest.
First it was sex toys. Then live ammo. Now some Southlanders are putting dead animals in the recycling.
Deer makes like a dolphin and takes a midwinter dip in the Marlborough Sounds.
Waimea Nurseries boss could move from Nelson to North Island if dam doesn't get built, taking 75 jobs with him.
Dam or no dam, Fish & Game manager says maintaining "life force" of Waimea River is essential.
In a green pocket of suburban Christchurch hides a tyre pile so vast it can be seen via satellite.
Enjoy a cold one after fighting to escape a firm and fluffy glass sand bunker
Government lawyers question court's ability to rule on emissions targets.
Angry oyster farmers demand to know how deadly Bonamia ostreae got out of quarantine in Marlborough.
Visiting Antarcitca, we take nothing, we leave nothing. But the actions of others are having a bit impact.