Six baby plover hitch a lift

Air New Zealand has given a helping wing to six young tuturuatu (Shore plover), relocating them from Cape Sanctuary in Hawke's Bay to their...

Low, low tides affect sailings

Very low spring tides have cancelled ferries. The extremely spring tides – which come as the city enjoys a spectacular supermoon – has seen Fullers...

Soiled adult nappies found on beach

Of all the things someone wouldn't want to come across while walking on a local beach, soiled adult nappies would be near the top...

Musick Point spruce up

Musick Point - Te Naupata Reserve has had a major spruce up thanks to a group of community volunteers and a cash injection from...

Motion to protect reserve from future sale rejected

By Chris Harrowell and Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter, Funded by New Zealand on Air An attempt to prevent Auckland Council from potentially being...

Combining environment and reading

A Howick woman's exhibition works have been displayed in Farm Cove Intermediate's library for students to enjoy and learn from. Local author and artist Marilyn...

Shags are dying in Panmure Basin, councillor says

By Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter, and Zoe Garden Funded by New Zealand on Air An Auckland councillor is calling for stronger protections for...

Motutapu planting success

A total of 6400 plants - 1200 of them harakeke (flax) - went into the ground at Motutapu Island on Saturday. Around 140 volunteers made...

Fight to protect aquatic life

Work is under way to prevent the ecological damage that's contributed to the deaths of aquatic life in east Auckland's waterways. About 30 eels were...

US Consul joins planting

The US Consul-General Sarah Nelson and consulate staff joined members of the community for a tree planting at the Mangemangeroa Reserve in Somerville. Members of...

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