New Zealand bush (file picture).
Forestry receives $58m boost in pre-Budget announcement
Whena Owen investigates the impact on rural communities of the Government’s plans to plant a billion trees.
Shane Jones rejects notion Billion Trees Programme is stripping farming community of land
Nate Miller died at his forestry job near Tologa Bay last month, leaving a grieving family to deal with their loss.
'How many more Māori men ain't gonna come home?' Gisborne man's whānau take emotional trip to scene of his forestry death
Aerial footage shows extent of major fire near Nelson, ripping through forestry plantation
Forestry NZ allocates $36M to plant 13 million more trees in fight against erosion
The bungle in Northland has cost taxpayers $160,000.
'Incompetence laid bare' - National lambastes destruction of 400,000 pine tree seedlings
Timber (file picture)
Woman dies in Bay of Plenty sawmill accident
Rows of recent planted of young pine trees.
Forestry worker dies after tree falls on him in the Manawatu
Rows of recent planted of young pine trees.
Pine forests could incubate kauri dieback, scientists warn
The fund came out of the coalition agreement between Labour and NZ First.
Manawatū-Whanganui region gets $1 million Government cash injection to plant 1.3 million trees
Minister Shane Jones says the industry has enjoyed a laissez-faire set of rules for too long.
Forestry industry on notice after Tolaga Bay debris clean-up expected to cost $10m
The venture has been launched by iwi and the Government.
'Restoring the seeds of hope' - Prisoners could be put to work as part of a major Northland tree planting project
The 1 NEWS political team discuss the government's decision to issue no more permits for offshore NZ oil and gas exploration.
New name of forestry service unveiled, $15m initially allocated in bid for one billion trees
The line will mainly be used to transport timber but other industries want to get on board.
Forestry, tourism sectors looking to cash in on Napier to Wairoa railway restoration
Logs and debris were washed down hills in the Tasman district, and there are no guarantees it won't happen again.
'Families at risk, houses at risk' - Tasman residents ask for tighter forestry controls after homes ruined by Gita
Locals call for logging clampdown after Cyclone Gita washes logs onto properties
More than a 1000 people in Northland make their living from wood manufacturing.
Northland timber processors call for government controls on exports to save jobs
Recommendations went to MPI earlier this year but minister says it never reached her.
'The Government can't see the wood for the trees' - Forestry advocates say Govt ignored advice farmers should help pay for climate change
New Zealand's most dangerous industry is turning to technology to keep people safe.
'Pushing forward to a real safe future' – innovation helping make forestry safer for workers
The spotlight went on the industry in 2013 when ten men were killed on the job.
Forestry deaths on the rise despite changes to health and safety laws
Blair David Palmer.
Forestry worker killed in accident was 'very safety conscious'
"From the forestry industry's point of view, we don't have a free-trade agreement with China at all".
Forestry industry accusing China of not living up to free trade promises
Fewer forestry deaths but council wary of complacency
Police name Balclutha forest victim
Milling operators will now have to notify the minister for primary industry of all finished products and have them inspected.
Export rules tightened after complaints of illegal swamp kauri exports
Individual memorials to North Otago's war dead
Auckland Mayor praises kauri protester's 'commitment'
Falling tree crushes cars in Auckland Domain
Good Sorts: Jolyon and Enny Manning
Rata in full bloom after southern possum blitz