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The Bluff aluminium smelter says it does not yet know what to do with the material.
Fifty per cent of poll respondents put protection against Covid at number one.
Can climate talks between the two countries survive their other geopolitical battles?
Confusion over one line in the city council's operating budget sets alarm bells ringing.
Opinion: Right now the way we make, use and dispose of products is an uncoordinated mess.
Discovery sheds new light on life 1000m below the surface of the sea.
A new multimedia series records the voices who remember the former bounty of the Gulf.
"The members of the public were acting illegally," business owner says after beach drama.
The first episode of Songs of the Sea documents Sue Neureuter’s account of growing up visiting the Noises Islands. Video / Supplied
The Government is replacing the RMA with three new Acts this parliamentary term.
None of the breaches - which occurred in summer - were reported.
Tanning company with a history of dumping contaminants taking on a large new contract.
Ammonia leak potentially lethal to residents, staff and emergency services.
Nations will have to face the "security impacts of climate change", the UK leader warned.
NZ has the highest per capita car ownership in the OECD. How can we reduce it?
Several Māori staff at Auckland's Unitec resigned last month.
Teachers Disciplinary Tribunal says teacher's misconduct was "at the most extreme".
Opinion: Let's send our communities back to classes as part of Covid recovery.
The Ministry of Education will work with suppliers to manage a phased rollout from June.
Pitter Patter childcare centre being investigated after complaints by parents and staff.
The University of Auckland has decided to hold exams online.
A school of hammerheads gave a group of friends a magical Far North surprise.
Young growers will have to wait in anticipation to find out who triumphs.
The net was attached by a milk bottle float and tied to a mangrove tree on the shoreline
More than 1000 people have had their blood tested for lead contamination in four days.
Everyone cheered the RMA's demise but will new laws be at the mercy of political conflict?
"It looked at me, I looked at it and I thought 'oh s***'."
Residents in Akaroa and Takamatua may have to boil their water for weeks.
Twenty tons of discharge, including water, were taken away overnight after the spill.
Protesters say they are focusing efforts on blanket tree protection across Auckland.
RMA to be replaced by three acts focused on environment, development and climate impacts.
'New Zealanders have every right to expect that their drinking water is safe'.
Figures show the irreversible loss of Auckland's most productive land is accelerating.
The illegal catch was usually sold pre-cooked for between $700 and $1310 per load.
One test in December that found lead levels were more than 40 times the maximum.
"The grant couldn't have come at a better time."
Cows have been cleared from 16 Fonterra farms to dispose of polluted wastewater.