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Country Calendar uproar: Lake Hawea Station's Geoff Ross hits back at critics
Geoff Ross says trialling alternative methods is 'how sectors advance'.
Biden aims at China in new illegal fishing policy framework
The Biden administration is stepping up efforts to combat illegal fishing by China.
Thieves steal 70 native plants from school's Matariki project
The plantings were stolen from Tamatea High School.
Watch: Toxic gas explosion on container ship kills 13, injures 250
The gas was released after a crane dropped a tank on a ship.
To combat coral bleaching, Kenya turns to reef nurseries
Growing costs and a planned fishing port threaten the restoration of Kenya's coral reefs.
Focus Sport: Pete and Blair's mission to champion a healthy ocean
World champion sailors Peter Burling and Blair Tuke speak from Lisbon about bringing top sportspeople and ocean communities together to commit to using their platform for a healthy ocean. Video / NZ Herald / Live Ocean
Will scientists be able to pick NZ's future eruptions?
The Whakaari tragedy showed eruptions can happen any time. Can NZ better forecast them?
What will it take for NZ to act to protect the ocean?
Two Olympic gold medallists are heading to UN Ocean Conference to champion a healthy sea.
Mazda Foundation grants support six Waikato projects
Hospice Waikato was one of the grant winners during the latest funding round.
Hawke's Bay firm addresses market failure for used tyres
Market solution for used tyres
'Buyer beware': How climate change could send insurance costs surging
Why your house may lose its insurance.
Reluctant landowners bring Haumoana seawall plan to a halt
Two Haumoana residents not in favour of targeted rates
Wildlife rescue charity seeking funds for permit to handle seals
Hawke's Bay Bird and Wildlife Rescue are looking for a sponsor for a Marine Mammal permit.
Farming sector touts emissions-reducing technology amid He Waka Eke Noa criticism
Uncertainty remains about when emission-reducing technology will be available for farmers.
Keep it green: Scott Base to stay its signature colour
Our icy outpost is staying green, following a vote on what to colour the new Scott Base.
Op shops and gardens: How Kiwis are curbing the cost of living
As the cost of living bites Kiwis are looking at how they can make their money go further.
The explosive reason behind NZ's spectacular winter sunsets
Noticed some spectacular sunrises and sunsets lately? Forecasters have an odd explanation.
Flag raised on Hawke's Bay's EIT campus for International Rainbow Pride Month
Pride flag raised on campus - "It's about celebrating rainbow identity."
College may face 'formal intervention' over controversial marriage claim
The ministry has also revealed it told the college a month ago to remove the line.
Teacher hiring 'a nightmare' with not enough graduates
Without the influx of foreign teachers from overseas, schools are struggling to hire help.
Christ's College students allowed to wear Pacific attire to school
Ie faitaga can be worn instead of trousers throughout the year.
NZ urgently needs a Covid action plan for schools – here's how to do it
Schools need a foolproof plan to keep Covid-19 out of the classroom this winter.
Petition to ban seabed mining delivered to Parliament
Petition with 40,000 signatures against seabed mining was presented to Parliament today.
Hybrid car leasing scheme looks to get more people on board
MUMA to ramp up a scheme to get south Auckland families into hybrid vehicles.
Biden orders emergency steps to boost US solar production
A tariff suspension is currently affecting imports from Southeast Asia.
Climate change: New panels want to talk ethics of geoengineering
The rules and ethics surrounding climate tinkering technologies is up for debate.
Betrayed and ignored: Why Govt can expect a backlash from farmers
OPINION: Former Federated Farmers president says agriculture remains overburdened.
New Zealand's biodiversity crisis prompts extreme measures
New York Times: Kiwis are asking if the goal to get rid of imported predators is doable.
Thrill of the chase: Brothers' quest to find NZ's biggest native trees
Kevin and Phil Baker have loved trees since they were kids.
Prince William's Jubilee speech: 'What a Wonderful World'
Prince hopes "grandmother's words are as true in 70 years' time as they are tonight".
Art auction to raise funds for Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari kākāpō
Mediums include photography, paintings, ceramics, sculpture and a contemporary tukutuku.
Free speech fight: Why a complaint against Auckland Councillor failed
Complaint amid bitter rift over controversial plans for regional parks and Hauraki Gulf.
Rat invasion puts Ulva Island's predator-free sanctuary status at risk
Ulva Island is famous for being a predator-free sanctuary for native birds.
Warren Snow: 'I neglected parts of my life that should've been more important'
The environmental champion talks to Elisabeth Easther.
Livia Esterhazy: Cameras on fishing vessels better for everyone
OPINION: Cameras are the vital step towards a fully transparent seafood supply chain.
Bryce Edwards: Was Govt's climate plan watered down by lobbying?
ANALYSIS: Was last week's major climate change announcement a case of vested interests?
Red Weather: Spate of extreme events surprise forecasters
Six of MetService's seven 'red warnings' issued in past year a taste of climate change.
Councillors say yes to kerbside collections in Whanganui
Whanganui to get kerbside recycling in 2023 and food waste collection from 2024.