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Driver dumps sewage in protected stream instead of facility so he can go home
Kyle Maitai didn't want to drive to Kawerau; instead dumping the sewage into a canal.
'Not right': Illegal rubbish dumping covers million dollar street
Elevation St in Flat Bush is the most littered street in Auckland, according to locals.
Details revealed of mining company's tunnels under conservation land
OceanaGold is relying on mining under conservation land between Waihi and Whangamata.
Chlöe Swarbrick: Don't look up - or out to sea - in NZ
Climate change is here - whether or not our path ends in catastrophe is up to all of us.
'Swamp gas' detected at damaged Christchurch wastewater plant
Tests have detected hydrogen sulfide and odorous methyl mercaptan in the area.
Whanganui: stink at meatworks came from helping hand
Affco says an odour problem was due to taking on extra rendering.
Young Whangārei student starts cool initiative to save the environment
Aluminium foil packets fused together to make thermal blankets for the needy.
Explainer: How China got blue skies in time for Olympics
Beijing's air still has a long way to go, but is measurably better than past years.
Turtles dying from eating trash show plastics scourge in UAE
Waves of dead turtles are washing up on the beach in Kalba in the United Arab Emirates.
Clever crows trained to pick up cigarette butts in the big smoke
Swedes have a bird-brained scheme to keep their streets clean.
Factory fire causes evacuations, toxic oil slick in Kaiapoi river
Factory fire sends toxic oil into the Waimakariri River mouth.
'Years-long damage': Scientists warn unprecedented environment in Tonga
Volcanic explosion could harm Tonga's environment for years to come.
Airlines and environmentalists unite against destructive industry rule
Environmentalists and airlines have joined forces to fight a destructive aviation rule.
Breathe Easy: Cities with best (and worst) air quality
Planning a 2022 trip? It may pay to avoid some cities if you want to breathe easy.
'Every possible solution' required to stop shameful dumping problem
Solutions could include rates-funded rubbish collection and public recycling education.
Cities are not only tackling Covid, but its pollution, too
New York Times: Remnants of pandemic testing the resolve to rid the planet of its waste.
Focus Exclusive: Jacinda Ardern calls time on climate inaction
As COP 26 takes place in Glasgow, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern talks to us about New Zealand's commitment to emissions reduction in an extended joint interview with the Herald, US broadcaster NBC and news agency AFP as part of Covering Climate Now, a coalition of international media reporting climate change. Video / NZ Herald
Exclusive: Jacinda Ardern on climate, cows, and the next oil and gas ban
Jacinda Ardern talks planes, trains, cows - and what happened to the next oil and gas ban.
World leaders pledge to cut methane - so what's the catch?
What does the pledge mean?
We didn't start the fires: Burning complaints to council halve
Air quality in Hastings is now the best it has been since continuous monitoring began.