06:48 Firefighters battling shelter belt blaze in Rakaia - forest fire now under control in Invercargill - trees blocking Queenstown-Glenorchy Rd

05:46 British PM David Cameron tells lawmakers it's time to join air strikes against IS militants in Syria

05:18 One person's been killed in a two-truck head-on crash south of Kawerau in the eastern Bay of Plenty

04:30 Severe weather hampering efforts to clear three fallen trees that have blocked the road from Queenstown to Glenorchy near Bobs Cove

04:28 Search & Rescue, Coast Guard, Westpac Helicopter & Raglan Surf Life Savers involved in extensive search after reports of swimmer in distress

Sat, 28 Jul 2012

Environews. Takahe

Takahe were thought to be extinct for 50 years until rediscovered by Geoff “Doc” Orbell in 1948. DoC Takahe man Martin Genet describes the ongoing conservation effort and a daring radical new approach being adopted this year.

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