Opponents of 1080 poison say new rules giving control of pest management to central Government won't help make New Zealand predator-free. Audio
Australian primatologist and zoologist Leif Cocks about his life-long work with orangutans. Leif is the founder and president of the international charity The… Audio
The team encounter their largest icebergs, and grapple with how to project a virtual iceberg onto the Auckland War Memorial Museum. Audio, Gallery
Artist Joseph Michael and his companions venture into the crevasse field of a giant Antarctic glacier to capture the blue heart of an iceberg. Audio, Gallery
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Kennedy reports in from Motukawanui Island, the largest of the Cavalli Islands, north of the Bay of Islands. Audio
Australian primatologist and zoologist Leif Cocks about his life-long work with orangutans. Leif is the founder and president of the international charity The Orangutan Project. He's spent three… Audio
New rules on the use of 1080 have critics worried the changes will do nothing to help New Zealand become predator-free. But Forest and Bird's chief executive Kevin Hague says it's a good step forward.
The Government has announced new rules regulating the use of 1080 poison. But protesters warn the changes will do nothing to help New Zealand become predator-free. Audio
The varied sounds and characters of icebergs begin to reveal themselves to a watching team of film-makers. Audio, Gallery
Artist Joseph Michael and a team of eight film-makers head to Antarctica on a yacht, to record the sights and sounds of icebergs. Audio, Gallery
The Green Party has announced a new policy that it says will keep water in aquifers safe from pollution and contamination.
The government will set rules for 1080 to apply throughout the country, rather than having different regulations within each regional council.
Global warming may not only be causing more destructive weather events - hurricanes, typhoons, more king tides, flooding - it could also be shaking the ground underneath our feet. Volcanologist… Audio
The government is to launch a $3 million campaign aimed at discouraging people from littering.
Professor Eric Rignot talks with Kim Hill about future sea-level rise from warming of the polar ice sheets. Audio
First Person - The Auckland Islands show what a predator-free New Zealand could be like. Reporter Ian Telfer travelled there and found native plants and animals thriving in an inhospitable climate.
Residents are being asked to conserve water because reservoirs in Christchurch's Port Hills are struggling with increased pressure from firefighters. Video, Audio
Sea lions, royal albatrosses, a rare rata forest and yellow-eyed penguin chicks were just some of the animals RNZ's Ian Telfer saw on a trip to the largest of NZ's subantarctic islands. Video, Audio
We sent reporters to the Waikato, Canterbury and Lower Hutt to ask people when they last swam in a river, and how their local rivers are doing. Video, Audio
Jan Wright, the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, says there are some good parts to the new freshwater targets, but also some very concerning aspects. Video, Audio
Professor David Hamilton leads the water quality group for the Lake Ecosystem Restoration New Zealand organisation and says our waterways are a mixed bag and not all are polluted. Audio
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