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Residents desperate to return home after Nelson bush fire have had their hopes dashed by gale-force winds.
Residents living at the edge of land devastated by the Tasman district wildfires are calling for the better management of firebreaks at forestry block perimeters.
Returning white-faced storm petrels to Mana Island is the easy part; getting them to stay and breed will be much harder.
A week ago she found 20,000 dead bees. She's collected ice cream containers full of them every day since.
Scientists have 3D-printed replica spotted shags surrounded by white paint to help save the species in the Hauraki Gulf.
A Mackenzie district high country farmer says the end to tenure review leaves a lot of issues up in the air.
Recreation and environment groups are calling for visiting tourist numbers to be limited in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park during peak seasons.
It's ticked a major climate change box, but The Warehouse knows shoppers are anxious about unnecessary packaging.
"They could travel a considerable distance this year but of course, we won't know if we can't track them."
Company allowed to dump 250,000 cubic metres of sediment off Auckland island - enough to fill 100 Olympic swimming pools.
A commercial clam harvesting company is allowed to operate as close to shore as it likes, but its practices are raising concerns among beach goers.
After giving up $65m and half a million hectares of land, the Government will put a stop to the controversial tenure review scheme.
ANALYSIS: It cost us all dearly and benefited an American billionaire handsomely. But tenure review wasn't all bad.