It really is all hands on deck for the Fox Glacier rubbish clean-up as the army and an 81-year-old Aucklander join in.
The Overseas Investment Office (OIO) is not commenting on a last-minute bid by farmer-shareholders who switched to Fonterra but are owed millions of dollars by Westland Milk Products, to block the...
West Coast-Tasman MP Damien O'Connor has slammed Westland Milk Products over the proposed sale to Chinese-owned Yili, but also says shareholders needed to share the blame because they had failed to...
After years of complaints that weather forecasts for the West Coast are putting off visitors, the MetService has confirmed a series of changes intended to narrow down its forecasting.
The West Coast District Health Board has sent staff to Harihari, after the third death of a child in less than three years.
A Wellington miner who found an aquifer while drilling for garnets around Bruce Bay, now wants to extract the water and export it.
Two people involved in a fatal boating incident in Southland are believed to belong to St Michael and All Angels Church in Christchurch.
New Zealand-wide fashion brand Postie, which started out on the Reefton goldfields, is celebrating 110 years.
The Department of Conservation has decided to halt its amendment process for the West Coast Conservation Management Strategy (CMS) after Forest and Bird threatened a challenge over the legal process.
The West Coast Conservation Board has written to the Prime Minister asking her to treat the Fox Glacier rubbish clean-up in the Fox and Cook rivers as an emergency.
The access road to Franz Josef Glacier is due to reopen tomorrow, weather permitting, two months after a devastating storm washed out the road, leaving the glacier inaccessible.
Eighteen months after the Government announced its proposed policy of no new mines on conservation land, there is still no sign of the public discussion document.
One of the biggest 1080 aerial poison operations in New Zealand, scheduled to get under way on the West Coast this week, is to start in the Arthur's Pass area before moving to Buller and then South...
The biggest 1080 aerial poison operation to date is scheduled to get under way on the West Coast this week, starting in the Arthur's Pass area before moving to Buller and South Westland.
Museums, councils, and Poutini Ngai Tahu have united Coast-wide to re-tell the history of the region, anchored by early Maori history.
Myrtle rust has been detected on the West Coast for the first time, on a young pohutukawa tree in Greymouth.
Unprecented demand for heavy rock for flood works has left contractors scouring the riverbed at Franz Josef Glacier and the West Coast Regional Council is considering opening up new quarries in a...