A seven part series by Lynn Freeman about Stewart Island's conservation efforts, its kiwi and the tourism levy.
Pulling and poisoning lupins at Mason Bay on Stewart Island, was the big assignment for the group of Department of Conservation volunteers in November. Audio
While it's undoubtedly good PR for a sport that has its fair share of detractors, the deer hunters at Mason Bay on Stewart Island/Rakiura are genuinely keen to help out with the extensive rat trapping… Audio
One of the biggest drawcards to Stewart Island are the Rakiura tokoeka, the kiwi. Audio
Lynn Freeman continues her series on Stewart Island/Rakiura, this time joining DoC trappers, Josephine Sheppard Anthony Hobern as they headed out by boat to the trap site. Audio
There are mixed views on Stewart Island/Rakiura when it comes to Gareth Morgan's multimillion-dollar conservation plan to create the world's first predator-free island with a substantial human… Audio
The Department of Conservation staff on Stewart Island/Rakiura have a vast area of national park to cover, and restructuring has not made that responsibility any easier. Audio
Lynn Freeman finds out how the money will be used and what the tourists think about it. Audio