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Sir David Attenborough's new documentary warns viewers time is nearly up when it comes to climate change.
Auckland Council ramps up efforts to halt kauri disease, threatening court action for those who use closed tracks.
Chinese owner of a Wairarapa sheep station sells up because family and staff were targeted with abuse.
The Green Party leadership is holding out on Budget 2019 to make progress on other areas of its confidence and supply agreement with Labour.
Nobel Peace Prize nominee and climate change activist Greta Thunberg has taken her climate change fight to the Vatican.
An innovative art project will see beehives painted by artists auctioned off to raise funds to help control wasps.
Trampers and day-trippers are being advised to layer up before heading into the Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park over Easter weekend.
Thousands of species are threatened, rivers are unsafe for swimming, we're losing productive land, and the climate is changing.
If bird lovers see any rare king shags on their national camp this week, you can guarantee they'll tweet about it.
Lead tastes sweet to kea, which has lead to a group volunteering to remove it from back country buildings.
Tiny fragments of microplastic have been discovered in the peaks of the Pyrenees in France, blown there and deposited by the wind.
Meteorologists move away from traditional weather reports to give viewers a confronting climate change lesson.