Carterton-based fashion show providing innovative solution to global clothing waste.
Earthquake and flooding concerns included in submissions on Town Belt plan.
Jumbo Hut on popular Wairarapa circuit needs strengthening work.
Coromandel MP dismisses petition as election year noise.
Government reluctance to charge more people dumping fees blamed for rise in waste.
Fears an invasive weed will establish itself in Queenstown's Lake Wakatipu are escalating as crops continue to spread in a river that drains the lake.
Total eradication of pigs, cats and mice from Auckland Island to be planned.
By sticking to year round, three day a week garden water restrictions Upper Hutt will remain at odds with the rest of the region and with what wellington water wants.
The Green Party's proposed charge could give Horizons $53,000 a day extra.
Christchurch residents complaining of health issues caused by dust from a nearby quarry will be asked to wear personal meters.
They're big shoes to fill after 18 years, but new NZ Landcare regional coordinator is ready for challenge.
A rare seal was left on a beach for four days before it was checked, then euthanised by DOC.
A controversial rule banning the use of woodburners 15 years or older would be scrapped under Labour, candidate says.
Accountant says Sanctuary Mountain's financial position always challenging, but no worse than it's always been.
An at risk gecko has been stolen from the Department of Conservation visitor centre in Fiordland.
Auckland man sick of human waste flowing on his section is told the problem's partly his to fix.
A young Aucklander wants to raise $1500 and awareness for the 63 remaining Maui dolphins.
There's something in the water. Swimmers begin the research.
What happens when we use up the Earth's resources for the year?
Kind-hearted Marlborough children have aspirations to help protect the planet and conserve New Zealand's natural heritage.
The recent tenure review process of a Mackenzie property highlights flaws in the process, it has been claimed.
A whale on its way north ended up getting a little lost and taking a detour near Picton.
Think globally, act locally – that's the mantra Kiwi children are living by, when it comes to saving the environment, as this wonderful video shows.
EDITORIAL: The only thing that's going to stop illegal rubbish dumping in south Auckland is changing people's attitudes.
Waterway turns into thick, foul-smelling sludge just upstream from popular duck-feeding park.
A $3.6 million clean-up of two of the most contaminated mine site in New Zealand is complete.
Construction of New Zealand's newest Great Walk, in memory of the men killed in the Pike River mine disaster, will begin soon.
Weather forecasters don't just predict the future. They also deal with an uncertain present.
West Auckland's only nightclub set to return after floods wrecked the building.
A Glorit conservationist farmer's group has been awarded $300,000.