The company stressed it has no ‘firm’ plans to develop the field
Mining boss admits giant crawler would ‘totally destroy’ seabed, but says what little marine flora and fauna is there would recover quickly.
Concern that new government’s requirement that 16,000 public buildings choose wool carpets and other products will simply open the door to cheap British woollen imports
Seafood NZ self-suspends accreditation for key orange roughy fishery, as our biggest fishing company reports slower catches.
Health benefit breakthroughs good news for velvet exporters
Rod Oram describes the fear that climate action triggers for many dairy farmers
The dairy co-op could offer incentives to its farmer suppliers to meet targets
Court finds a way to stop disputes between hapū killing off their marine rights
The drawn-out process of improving water quality in Otago is coinciding with tough times for agriculture sparking a warning that new rules could tip some family farms over the edge
The iwi-owned aquaculture facility will cover nearly 300 hectares between Coromandel and Waiheke
The Marine and Coastal Areas Act could have shut many Māori out from customary title
National wants to 're-balance' the way freshwater’s managed