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Bill Black – aviation legend and great friend of DOC
Popular hut rebuilt
Kiwi confirmed in Coromandel reserve
Kiwi confirmed in Coromandel reserve
Plan to improve protection of moa bones
Kawau Island Phoenix Palms deliberately poisoned
Campsites reopening in time for school holidays
New programme to help Queenstown tourism workers
Tourism operators provided extra relief
Healing catchments for community well-being in Tairāwhiti
Baby boom for rare skinks
Tūturuatu breeding pairs rise on Waikawa Island
Search for koi carp at Lake Whakamaru
Conservation community pays tribute to a champion
Protected falcon shot, DOC seeking information
Wilding pines removed to make room for natives
First World Albatross Day Celebrated
Record numbers book Great Walks
Altered transport options for Whakapapa ski field this season
Wild venison and jobs for Kiwis in need
New digs for Pirongia’s wētā
Fish and Game governance to be reviewed
Wairēinga/Bridal Veil Falls closed for goat control
High ferret numbers in Hawke’s Bay traplines raise concerns
Great Walks bookings open next week
Marine protection consultation recommences
Agency collaboration puts focus on forest food sources
Review of Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park Management Plan to restart
Hakarimata Summit Track reopens
Better protection for seabirds
Firewood deliveries for families in need
Lizard finds in South Westland excite
Campsites to remain closed in Eastern Bay of Plenty
Study good news for threatened alpine bird
Stoat suspected on pest-free Motutapu Island
Lull in forest seeding after last year’s mast
No new freshwater pests found in Otago
Taupō trapping takes off
$1.1 billion investment to create 11,000 environment jobs in our regions
Ōpārara visitor infrastructure improvements to begin
Level 2 in Tongariro National Park – be prepared for winter conditions
Urgent work to repair Whangamarino weir
Improvements to systems after Truman Track overhang removal
Rare kākāriki leave their bubble for wild
Kids Greening Taupō’s online opportunity
Remembering Cave Creek tragedy
Kiwi kids take action at home for nature
Community contributes as Kiwi House deals with lockdown