Charity runner Mal Law has finally stopped running, after seven days and 370km of torture.
A hunter who went missing in Fiordland National Park on Tuesday night was winched to safety by a search and rescue (SAR) team after he was found with a broken leg yesterday afternoon.
I'm gripping the grab-rail with both hands on an exciting white-knuckle ride down the fastest-flowing navigable river in New Zealand and have forgotten what century I'm in. Swift-flowing grade...
Summer trampers keen to tackle the Routeburn Track in its entirety will have to wait, as a section is still closed due to the high avalanche risk.
Milford Sound was described as a "treasure and stunning place in New Zealand" by Minister of Conservation Kate Wilkinson yesterday when she officially launched the Southern Discoveries Milford Discovery Centre and Milford Deep Underwater Observatory.
Visitors to Milford Sound value its natural scenery and landscape above all, results of a perception survey show.
A search and rescue operation was started for five men in Fiordland yesterday when strong winds and high seas caused a boat to slip its moorings in Thompson Sound.
The Department of Conservation will review its poisoning procedures after 700kg of rat bait fell from a helicopter into a Fiordland lake last month.
Two tourists were rescued by helicopter from their trek in the Gertrude Saddle area in Fiordland yesterday.
The first of about 120 trampers have been evacuated from parts of Fiordland, which had been flooded by the weekend rain.
Residents close to the lower reaches of Southland's rivers are warned to be vigilant as the peak flows of rivers swollen by days of rain move downstream.
A seriously injured hunter has been airlifted to safety from the Fiordland bush after a tricky rescue mission.
Latest updates this morning as Southland rivers reach peak flows and flooding closes roads.
Decades of stories and rumours about moose sightings have been brought together in a new book which celebrates the 100th anniversary of the animal's release in Fiordland.
Otago hunters squelched their way back to work this week after an extremely wet start to the wapiti hunting season in Fiordland.
Police are trying to identify a second body that was retrieved from Fiordland yesterday.
Motueka man Des Lehndorf has completed his 1250km trek of South Island tracks to raise funds for the vulnerable great spotted kiwi and is now putting his feet up in Auckland for a few days.