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The water has been stored in tanks at the nuclear power plant since its 2011 meltdown.
If all of us moved to climate-friendly diets, what difference would it make to emissions?
Asbestos researchers to work alongside WorkSafe and Health and Safety team.
Parents say a taxi will cost taxpayers far more than letting their son on a school bus.
The Bluff aluminium smelter says it does not yet know what to do with the material.
Ammonia leak potentially lethal to residents, staff and emergency services.
NZ has the highest per capita car ownership in the OECD. How can we reduce it?
One test in December that found lead levels were more than 40 times the maximum.
Cows have been cleared from 16 Fonterra farms to dispose of polluted wastewater.
The illegal dumping comes at a huge environmental and financial cost.
Locals are furious after sewerage pipes connected to stormwater ruin a new $500k beach.
Climate change isn't a future crisis, but one already transforming NZ, major report shows.
New cruise ship berth would mean ships parking very close to town, says engineer.
The large majority of microfibres polluting our oceans are not plastic but natural fibres.
Auckland's first lockdown gave scientists a golden opportunity to study traffic pollution.
Labour would say goodbye to plastic straws and fruit stickers.
Candidates on farming and greenhouse gases. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
NZ could send about 9000 tonnes of plastic into the environment by 2030, analysis shows.
Both Napier and Hastings met their national air quality targets for the year.
Former EPA officials warned the move will harm public health.
Parts of NZ sourcing drinking water from rivers regularly polluted with harmful pathogens.
Seven in 10 Kiwis want Covid-19 economic recovery to be green one, new survey shows.