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1 News revealed plans for what could be NZ's biggest water bottling plant.
The water consent was purchased along with the dilapidated Kaputone Wool Scour just north of Christchurch for $9 million
More than 100 government staff are working to contain the spread.
A new study of moss growth shows the impact climate change is having on the continent.
Some of the world's leading environmental experts gathered in London overnight.
The government announced a funding boost of $21 million to address the problem.
Scientists believe the area has the second highest whale numbers after Kaikoura.
The government aims to decrease gases used in the air-con and refrigeration industries.
The fungal plant disease was located in a Kerikeri nursery in early May.
The Threatened Species Summit is being held at Te Papa in Wellington from May 8-10.
In the leafy suburb of Kohimarama stands a cedar that has caused quite a stir.
Welcome to one of Auckland's first repair cafes, where a revolution is under way.
The $300 million manuka honey industry says it will face the challenge as the race is on to stop myrtle rust spreading.
Trump is looking to undo environmental protections put in place under Obama.
Other priority areas include Fiordland, Eastern Bay of Plenty and the East Cape.
But report's authors say dairy farming isn't solely to blame.
The environmental watchdog has issued its first-ever red alert after deciding to ban four products.
High concentrations of nitrogen can be toxic to species and make water unsafe to drink.
In a rare twist, Aurora Australis can now been seen as far north as Auckland.
The Southern Lights were spotted in the South Island and as far north as Auckland.
"Aerial observations of blue whales feeding on krill are rare," one of the researchers said.
Jehan Casinader speaks with those whose lives have been turned upside down.
The government goal is ambitious, but partnerships, iwi and organisations are coming together to make it happen by 2050.
Ngati Tama object to water being taken from the Te Waikoropupu springs – and they're fighting to protect it.
The recent rain to hit NZ has washed away predator traps in the Waitakere ranges.
But Stevenson Mining insists the fight isn’t over – and is pressing ahead with resource consents.
The meteor was seen about 9pm local time (4pm NZT), with one witness describing it as making "a screaming noise".
"Three of us who got in the water yesterday in front of a climate-destroying oil ship have been charged," Mr Norman said.
The former Green Party co-leader is trying to obstruct the Amazon Warrior.
Thousands of hunters around the country are preparing to make the most of Roar.
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They include parents, children, teens, friends, a long serving cop, and a heroic aunty.
Jack reckons he gave a 'transformative performance', but his Breakfast colleagues aren't convinced.
The mind games are underway in Bermuda.
Kaino Kaino lost his bout against Ruben Webster last night by majority decision.
Tricia Cheel is sticking to her guns, saying the suggestion made by Dr Lance O'Sullivan takes away people's freedom of choice.
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