Sewage leak stench stops Pokemon hunter in his tracks.
Horowhenua's plastics are piling up after China stopped accepting plastics for recycling.
Little blue penguin have been spotted in Lyall Bay, right beside the dog beach.
A new book sheds light on the relationship between ice and lava.
The signs and the bollards went up just days before the whitebait season began.
A seal with a badly bloodied face has disappeared after a suspected dog attack in Porirua.
More avocados will be grown using fertiliser from recycled plasterboard thanks to new funding.
Recycling and waste reduction has become second nature for Raglan.
Nanotechnology is the latest tool in the battle to clean up the Modellers Pond, but it comes at a high cost.
Marlborough has played guinea pig to a recycling experiment hoping to reduce NZ's landfill habits.
Top marks for farm inspections, but team could do better with follow-up visits and penalties, report finds.
New study warns wearers that flicking them down the drain is causing a big problem in our oceans and lakes.
Nelson's community composting scheme is asking for Nelson City Council funding to expand the service.
DOC has redacted names from submissions on a controversial concession application despite submission forms saying names were available to media and the public
Six months on, some Tasman district residents are still dealing with the fallout from ex-Tropical Cyclone Gita.
Storm repairs in the Abel Tasman National Park after ex-tropical cyclones Fehi and Gita have taken six months and cost more than $1 million to complete.
First the Government stomped out plastic bags, now it has tyres and batteries in its sights.
Kiwi software was behind the Thai cave rescue.
A working bee involving Dio and Fairfield students is helping restore the Kukutāruhe Gully in Hamilton.
There are only three hours of sunlight a day during winter, but on Sunday the sun will breach the Antarctic horizon for the first time in four months.
After a brass monkey winter, Niwa says conditions could be near normal in spring. But be warned: an El Nino summer approaches.
New Zealand's water services face a multi-billion overhaul. Could creating "super-regions" or a special tax could help fix the creaking infrastructure?
For acclaimed author and broadcaster Philip Hoare the sea was a "compulsive but also repulsive place". Not any more.
Big pōhutukawa on the move to provide shade for Porirua splash pad.
Heavy metals and E.coli - Christchurch's waterways are not up to scratch.
Skifields could face more regulation as concern mounts about climate change and the viability of their operation.
Regional councillor draws parallels between trout hatcheries and stoats. Fish and Game says he is "uneducated".
Renwick's only supermarket goes "old school", giving customers brown paper bags for their weekly shop.
Auckland Council CCTV cameras monitor illegal rubbish dumping. But it seems they aren't that effective at night.
If it's a windless day, it's not just residents near the Central Plateau that will need to duck for cover.