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There are just hours left before the year's biggest climate change meeting finishes and no "rulebook" for following the Paris accords has been agreed to.
A large colony of endangered black-billed gulls in North Canterbury thought to have had its breeding season cut short by flooding has made a comeback.
Twenty-seven rare rowi kiwi have been released into a new area on the West Coast because their only existing sanctuary is full.
Whanganui District Council has been fined for discharging human wastewater into a stream, with the money set to be invested in improving the polluted waterway.
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A pair of roaming dogs killed a little blue penguin on Kaiteriteri Beach after they escaped from a nearby property.
Horizons Regional Council has ended up in the awkward position of issuing itself an infringement notice, after a burn-off was found to be against the rules.
As we work to control and reduce wasp populations around New Zealand it is important to know which type of wasp you are targeting.
Christchurch drinking water will be able to contain more nitrates from pollution for the next 50 to 100 years, Environment Canterbury (ECan) has decided.
A battle has erupted between the city and regional councils over the future of Christchurch's drinking water.
The body of a young dolphin, thought to be a critically endangered MÄui's dolphin, has been found on Waikato's west coast.
Palmerston North Hospital has huge potential to help the city cut down the amount of potentially recyclable waste it is sending to landfill, and has made a start.
Auckland Council is spending about $330,000 to reopen one of its star walking tracks in the WaitÄkere Ranges.
A plan to pipe water to Åhakea residents, whose water supply is contaminated with chemicals found in some firefighting foams, is set to cost $12.8 million.
OPINION: It's one thing to oppose bad climate change policy. It's quite another to oppose climate change policy tout court.
Muzzling the Christchurch public over now-approved water-bottling using deep aquifer water is a "massive kick in the face" for the city.