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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.
Swimmer missing at waterfall, second person plucked to safety
Search and rescue teams have been dispatched to Maruia Falls in Shenandoah near Murchison.
First Three Waters reform bill passes first reading in Parliament
The first reading passed with 77 votes in favour, and 42 votes opposed.
Three Waters: Mayor labels shareholding plan 'sewage', tells PM to 'wake up'
Councils fire up Three Waters opposition - Mahuta says time to 'move forward'.
Is Three Waters a threat to Waitākere Ranges park?
OPINION: Aucklanders have direct and sole ownership of historic and cherished parkland.
Whanganui flooding: Rowing club says worst in three years
The club secretary hopes to begin cleaning up the grounds this Sunday.
Three Waters legislation makes it to Parliament, as councils go to court
The Government has finally introduced Three Waters legislation.
Phil Goff postpones spending cuts in his last budget
Cr John Watson says Goff's last budget is a smokescreen for what is coming up.
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?
Wellington Water requests $6 million to restore fluoride to residents
The company is under pressure after it turned off fluoridation without telling residents.
Uretiti Beach not patrolled despite being known drowning hot spot
Report highlights coroners' comments after four Northland drownings
'Just dumb': Auckland mayoral candidate pans Three Waters reforms
Scotland, the model for reforms, has four water catchments, we have thousands, Brown says.
Claire Trevett: Why Luxon will breathe a sigh of relief when Bridges goes
OPINION: While the PM's been away, Labour has done a Marie Kondo on contentious issues.
Focus Live: Government forging ahead with Three Waters reforms
Grant Robertson and Nanaia Mahuta reveal the next steps for the Three Waters reforms. Video / Mark Mitchell
Analysis: Three Waters - what the Govt is trying to do and what's next
ANALYSIS: Where do the Three Waters reforms go from here?
Focus Live: David Seymour reacts to Three Waters reforms
Act Party leader David Seymour said his party would not support the Three Waters reforms and would return the assets to councils. Video / Cameron Pitney
Watch: Act responds after Govt announces next steps in Three Waters reforms
The Government will announce next steps in its three waters programme.
Cat-astrophe averted: Moggy mariner's epic tale of survival
Luchs the Bengal cat plunged into the sea on a stormy night - and lived to miaow about it.
Man dies in 'water incident' at Piha in West Auckland
Emergency services were called at 8.15am.
Geothermal heating, cooking and bathing plans for Ōhinemutu Pā
Group wants to help elderly access hot springs water for in-home use.
Coroner lifts suppression for Tairua Bar boating victim
Four people were flown to hospital following the incident.
Fluoride failure: 'Confidence rocked', council orders report on all water assets
Fluoride was turned off last year in the Wellington region without anyone being told.
Asbestos fibres in drinking water prompts call for better monitoring
Christchurch City Council says there is no cause for alarm.
Wastewater pipe upgrade on Wellington's Taranaki St to cost $24m
It's the largest upgrade to the CBD's wastewater infrastructure in more than 50 years.
Ensuring the tangata whenua voice is heard on new water reforms
Maria Nepia is the new executive director iwi/Māori at the Department of Internal Affairs.