East coast mother Tui Keenan began stalking deer five years ago, today she's donating the meat to those in need.
Plastics NZ chief executive Rachel Barker said the new legislation was a positive step but worried there hadn't been enough warning.
A ministerial review into Fish & Game New Zealand last year found a lack of engagement with women.
Globally, around half of all bird species are declining, one in eight are threatened, and 187 species are believed to have vanished since the 1500s.
Once widespread throughout Northland and Auckland, wētāpunga were limited to just Little Barrier Island due to habitat loss and exotic pests. Now they're back.
Exposed conditions on Ocean Beach contributed to the high death rate.
Fences at the Shelly Bay development in Wellington are meant to keep little blue penguins, or kororā, away from the construction zone but have blocked them from returning to their nesting sites.
Cheetahs were once widespread in India and became extinct in 1952 from hunting and loss of habitat.
Scientists at the Antarctic Research Centre have collated 45 million years worth of temperature change in the Antarctic Sea and say the results show we may be near a 'tipping point'.
Stan Semenoff was found guilty after a trial and was sentenced on Thursday, for discharging contaminants while burning waste outdoors and burning tyres in June 2020.
Nine locations off the Wellington and Kāpiti coastlines were surveyed using Kiwi-made underwater technology, allowing researchers to study a little-known marine ecosystem.
The Isaac Conservation Trust hopes to release more than 100 of the critically endangered birds into the Hawdon Valley this summer.
Carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide, which are the three largest contributors to the earth's warming, all hit highs.
Some Cook's petrels can become disoriented by the lights in the city centre and wind up stuck on the ground.
The case brought by Students for Climate Solutions, argued that oil exploration violated the Climate Change Response Act 2002 (CCRA) and the Treaty of Waitangi.
Whanganui District Council candidate Scott Phillips is an “extreme wedding” celebrant who wants to champion waste minimisation, rainwater collection and recycling.
Fiordland Marine Guardians are calling for rules to reduce bag limits and temporarily closing some fisheries altogether.
Up to 10 dolphins stranded at Whakanewha Bay on Friday.
Seven monkeys died in Brazil after locals fearful of the virus poisoned them.
It appeared the seal had been shot with a small-calibre rifle, DOC said.