Papakura will be the first area in the Auckland region to get the new three-bin service.
The Ministry for Primary Industries MPI has confirmed the presence of myrtle rust in the North Island for first time, in Kerikeri.
A Dark Sky Sanctuary must have an exceptional or distinguished quality of starry nights and a nocturnal environment, and is protected for its scientific, natural, or educational value, its cultural heritage and/or public enjoyment.
Do you know your #4 LDPE from your #2 HDPE? No? Don’t worry – you aren’t alone.
They may not be the most beautiful creature but the humble tiger worm could be a fantastic addition to your household. Find out why!
It’s often mistaken for native toetoe, but invasive lookalike pampas grass can out-compete native vegetation, pose a fire risk and provide habitat for rodents and possums.
Applications for the 2018 Auckland Council graduate programme are now open.
The submission supports, in principle, the new national swimmability target – to make 90 per cent of large rivers and lakes swimmable by 2040.
Recent research suggests that we are not the only ones spreading kauri dieback and other plant diseases – pigs can spread them, too.
Nominations are now open for the second Auckland Council Biosecurity and Biodiversity Volunteer Awards.