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Department of Conservation accused of providing 'inadequate' information.
Billionaires are buying land for bunkers in NZ in case of an apocalypse.
Deluge brought "incredible" flood flows - the biggest sine 1926.
NZ's biggest export earner is often accused of polluting our water. Here are the facts.
Damon Gojack pleaded guilty after he was issued several trespass notices.
An entire run of endangered salmon could be wiped out in Californian river.
Sinister threats about attacking staff, shooting down helicopters, among cases this year.
Scientists reconstruct 2016's 7.8 quake in unprecedented detail to reveal fresh insights.
Study suggesting kauri-killing scourge has been here for centuries should prompt rethink.
"Waiwhakareke the best example of urban restoration in the whole country."
Just when you thought you were safe from the RMA, here comes RMA2.
Tairāwhiti Pharmaceuticals convicted of modifying and taking water from Te Whare Wetlands.
Increase in population of Te Kauwhata adds to pressure on upgrade plans
The break in the pipe caused wastewater to overflow into Porirua Harbour.
Mainstream teacher aides on minimum wage earn more than most kōhanga reo kaiako.
The High Court has quashed the Teaching Council's shift to annual certification.
After two complaints from the family, the driver vented his anger at the boy.
A teacher has been stood down at Marlborough Boys' College but the reasons are secret.
Police are now investigating the fight at an unnamed school.
Official figures in May showed more than 60,000 students classified as chronically absent.
Student attempts to access gaming websites made up 20 per cent of all blocks.
'This has gone from a community event, into a nationwide event, and now it's gone global.'
A pollution response team will be dispatched to the area in the next hour.
Focusing on extreme and often unsound projections could lead to anxiety - researchers
Efforts to reunite a lost baby orca with its family set to resume this morning.
Meteorologists closely watching for potential signs that La Niña may return this summer.
The couple welcomed daughter Lilibet Diana in June and have son Archie Harrison, 2.
Greenpeace says government's plan does not go far enough.
ANALYSIS: In July 1945, the USS Indianapolis was torpedoed in shark-infested waters.
Scientists gain wider view of how NZ's postcard glaciers are being lost to climate change.
State-of-the-art tech is helping unravel the secrets of NZ's mysterious 'silent' quakes.
The Government needs an emissions reduction plan by the end of the year.
The shoe brand claim the Karaka Street artwork is the equivalent of planting 182 trees.
More older Kiwis have accepted climate change is real and caused by humans, study shows.