First there was didymo. Then came lake snot. And everything we knew was wrong it seems.
A century-old bureaucratic error that put land earmarked for a national park into a pastoral lease is now being investigated.
Jeffrey the cat was stuck for three days in a steel-jawed trap in Wairarapa.
Brightly coloured silverbeet sprouts among the traffic along Lambton Quay.
If you are heading up Mt Taranaki expect slow progress with heavy snow and icy tracks.
They're one of our most hated pests. But there's an underground network trying to save them.
A $20,000 grant has allowed Predator Free efforts to ramp up in Brooklyn with hundreds more traps made available to households in the suburb.
Will Scott Simpson take note of his message on a bottle?
Three million tonnes of waste could be saved
DOC is spending a third of its budget subsidising tourism, but getting little in return.
Two men were caught with 251 paua, 191 of them undersized.
Irrigation developers apply for "brutal" land buying powers in Canterbury, breaking a promise they made to farmers.
There are only 100 left in New Zealand but someone has shot a kotuku. Now the hunt is on for the perpetrator.
Retrofitting plan still on the table, National Party candidate suggests.
Plastic bag levy will see the cost of groceries go up.
Auckland's environmental future is looking brighter, especially for its coastal birdlife
Parliamentary commissioner calls on Govt to make bolder and more specific plans for how to reach our emissions targets.
It's time consuming and unpaid but search and rescue volunteers do it with a passion.
Native moths are at risk with the rollout of new LED street lights, an environmentalist says.
A pong permeating from a landfill could bring two councils to the Environment Court.
A 17,800-strong petition calling for a levy on plastic bags was presented to the Government.
But NZ polluters will still be able to buy carbon credits with "no environmental credibility", critic says.
Nitrates from dairy farming may put the future of Christchurch's public drinking water at risk.
Council says infrastructure is no longer “up to scratch” as it extends chlorination for three months.
The quick actions of staff and volunteers helped avoid a ''catastrophic disaster'' at a Dunedin ecosanctuary during last weekend's storm.
A wet summer made swimming unpleasant in some Taranaki rivers and beaches.
Trappers plan to increase cat catch in the West Matukituki Valley.
New Zealand's black swans are not native, they're imports from Australia, new research finds.
More than a thousand discarded bottles and cans were collected at the New Lynn bottle drive.
Central Otago's rabbit control is a "train wreck" with the ORC allegedly disrupting winter poisoning programmes.