The Department of Conservation is using motion sensitive cameras to monitor predators like rats and stoats and see if 1080 baits are actually working. Audio
The fishing industry says its up to them to ensure New Zealand has a good reputation for ethically caught fish, not the government. Audio
The Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage says New Zealand legs behind other parts of the world when it comes to waste management. Audio
The government is vowing to cut back on the amount of waste New Zealanders create, which is estimated to be among the highest in the developed world.
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Science communication student Lucy Coyle, from the University of Otago, finds out about the freshwater and cultural values of Pupu Springs in Golden Bay, New Zealand's largest springs boasting the… Audio
The fishing industry wants any video footage gathered of its activities to be exempt from the Official Information Act.
Dozens of sharks have been spotted closer to shore than usual in Wellington's Oriental Bay. Video
Taupo's mayor says he's told staff wastewater leaking into Lake Taupo for the second time in a week is not good enough. Audio
Swimmers are again being asked to avoid a part of Lake Taupō after wastewater spilled into it for the second time within a week.
Hardware giant Mitre 10 has confirmed they are reviewing the sale of some pesticides after concerns they contain a chemical harmful to bees.
Two dogs have died after consuming toxic algae from the Hutt River.
The government is being urged to announce changes to improve drinking water quickly or risk losing support for change.
Bee experts say the ban will garner good publicity for Bunnings but is unlikely to have much effect.
The nation-wide hardware chain Bunnings says it will stop selling some pesticide products by the end of the year because of concerns they are harmful to bees. Audio
A specialist wildlife hospital opening its doors in Dunedin today has already had its first patients - two hoiho.
Bruce Hopkins fills in some of the missing pieces of Te Araroa jigsaw puzzle. Audio
Worry is tricky to address but can really impact people's lives, says psychologist Gwendoline Smith. So what's a worrier to do? Audio
The new wildlife hospital based at Otago Polytecnic's School of Veterinary Nursing opens today - we speak to Andy Cunningham the Wildlife Hospital Trust co-chair. Audio
The president of Horticulture NZ and fruit grower Julian Raine says with the hottest months to come growers are worried they will run out of water. Audio
"Baby brain", the mental fog many women say they experience during pregnancy, is a genuine, measurable phenomenon, an Australian study has found.
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