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The funding means work can start immediately on a $4.5m development project.
Up to 160 redeployed workers are due to pick up jobs in 55 biosecurity and conservation projects.
A Givealittle page has been set up to help the Otorohanga Kiwi House as the facility copes with life under the Covid-19 lockdown.
Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari has been recognised by the World Cetacean Alliance.
KiwiRail, the Department of Conservation, and the New Zealand Motor Caravan Association have partnered to help save the country’s endangered kea population.
Auckland Zoo and the city’s Hotel Grand Windsor have partnered to support conservation efforts in New Zealand and overseas.
ZEALANDIA marked World Wetlands Day on 2 February with an exhibit from Greater Wellington Regional Council model illustrating how wetlands absorb water running from the mountains to the sea.
New research by the Department of Conservation and the University of Auckland has confirmed that Hector’s or Māui dolphins are often present in the Taranaki region.
A new area for skiing, tramping and mountain biking could be made available to visitors, with submissions now open on the tenure review of New Zealand’s largest high country pastoral lease, Glenaray Station in Southland.
The value of healthy waterways to New Zealand’s tourism industry must be looked at urgently, according to Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
The Indigenous Freshwater Fish Amendment Bill has been passed in parliament.
NZSki funding for The Kea Conservation Trust will see the body extend its monitoring efforts from The Remarkables ski field across Ben Lomond from early 2020.
Real Journeys Birds of a Feather Conservation Ball raised $54,000 for the country’s endangered New Zealand falcon or kārearea.
Real Journeys 5th annual Birds of a Feather Conservation Ball will help efforts to save New Zealand’s at-risk native falcon – the kārearea – within its alpine habitat at Cardrona Alpine Resort.
Blue Penguins Pukekura, a penguin conservation project at Takiharuru-Pilots Beach on the Otago Peninsula, has launched an exclusive new experience in which visitors can become conservation workers caring for their feathered charges.
A new kiwi facility being built at Wairakei Golf and Sanctuary, north of Taupo, will boost numbers at the Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari.
A new sustainability partnership between ZEALANDIA and James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor aims to strengthen the respective organisations’ environmental goals and enrich the visitor experience to Wellington.
DOC’s director general calls out operators for not doing enough to protect the environment they profit from.
Waiheke Island-based EcoZip Adventures has stepped up its commercial conservation strategy with a new initiative which taps into the growing trend for sustainable socially conscious experiences.
Edward Ellison is the new chair of the New Zealand Conservation Authority (NZCA), conservation minister Eugenie Sage announced today.
Ruakuri Cave and its new visitor centre have gone solar with a new array powering the Waitomo attraction.
Black Cat Cruises launches a campaign calling for a set net ban following the deaths of Hector’s dolphins.
A third New Zealand hotel has earned carboNZero certification, and it once again belongs to Sudesh Jhunjhnuwala’s Sudima Hotels group.
A new national strategy will be developed to address the critical state of our indigenous biodiversity, says conservation minister Eugenie Sage.
The Department of Conservation has rejected claims kiwis have been mishandled for the benefit of tourists at the country’s largest privately-owned conservation project.
Queenstown’s Ziptrek Ecotours has thrown its support behind the Kea Conservation Trust as part of a raft of Conservation Week efforts.
NZSki and Ultimate Hikes have pledged more than $350,000 towards conservation.
A Wanaka accommodation provider has teamed up with a local community-based nursery to help fund a native habitat restoration initiative.
Family-owned South Island tourism company Heli Glenorchy has pledged its support for two projects at the front line of conservation and emergency efforts respectively.
Real Journeys’ Birds Of A Feather Conservation Ball has raised more than $85,000 for the Cooper Island Restoration Project.
One of New Zealand’s leading tourism assets received a pre-budget boost in the form of $81.3m of pest control funding.