The agreement doesn't commit either government to specific policies but outlines broad areas for cooperation.
In December 960 tea bags were planted by volunteers in estuaries as part of a global study looking at how much they decomposed.
Mana whenua Ngāti Paoa, and Waiheke Island community members have been fighting to stop the proposed marina development at Pūtiki Bay/Kennedy Point for the past two years.
Though the smelter was not likely to close in December 2024 as planned, the company says it would clean up the site on sensitive coastal land regardless.
The man put it in a plastic bag and shared videos of it on TikTok to get likes.
Friday's fire follows a rising trend of recycling trucks catching fire due to incorrect disposal of waste.
A new report says climate change impacts could see species, ecosystems and food webs change or go extinct.
The Department of Conservation said it's a warning sign of the impacts to come from climate change.
The Greens co-leader commented on results where many pro-climate change action candidates were successful.
Protest groups fought the development from the beginning, and now, the local MP Chloe Swarbrick has discovered DOC didn't step in when it had the chance.
The research is part of a five-year project by Nelson's Cawthron Institute to develop smart technology for the aquaculture industry.
The plants form a "living roof" in the heart of the CBD and are aimed at restoring the mauri within the city centre and Tāmaki Makaurau.
The death toll attributed to dirty air from cars, trucks and industry has risen 55% since 2000.
There's concern that TetraPak, the packaging for many alternative milks, will end up in landfill if the Govt pushes ahead with its plans.
JOLT will begin rolling out fast chargers from July and plans 500 chargers in place in four years.
Sea sponges off the southern coastline have been found bleached bone-white for the first time.
Three longfin eels were found speared and left for dead in part of a river which runs through the Whangamatā Golf Club last month.
From the Government's $2.9 billion emissions reduction plan, $35.4 million will go towards supporting a transition for farmers, growers and whenua Māori.
Auckland Council told 1News finding a cow carcass in a recycling bin was "quite a surprise".
It took two six-wheeler trucks to clear piles of illegally dumped rubbish off State Highway 2 in Mōrere at an estimated cost of $13,000.