Four pilot whales have died after stranding themselves on Uretiti Beach near Ruakaka, south of Whangārei.
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Whale Watch Kaikoura dive in for the win at Matariki Awards
The Māori owned business won two awards at the Matariki Awards, including the top Supreme Award.
NIWA Scientists to head to Antarctica to research Ross Sea
A group of NIWA scientists leave for Antarctica tomorrow on-board research vessel Tangaroa for a voyage of discovery. The team will explore the newly created Ross Sea Marine Protected Area, the largest in the world.
Two rare pygmy killer whales euthanised at Rārawa Beach
Two rare pygmy killer whales have been euthanised by iwi and the Department of Conservation at Rārawa Beach in the Far North.
Multiple whale strandings in one weekend
Up to 145 pilot whales have stranded and died on a remote beach on Stewart Island.
Rupapera hopes to maintain traditional teachers for others
Playing a kaitiaki role in handling dead whales when rescue efforts had failed, Harina Rupapera is taking her experiences into schools and communities with the hope this knowledge doesn't fade away.
Whale watching could boost tourism in Whakatāne
Snapshots from a drone have captured the first ever Southern Right Whale recorded to travel off the coast of Whakatāne.
Stranded whale at Ripiro Beach euthanised
Northland iwi Te Roroa have reached an agreement with the Department of Conservation to euthanise the 13-metre female humpback whale stranded at Ripiro Beach.
Decision made to euthanise stranded whale
A difficult decision has been made to humanely euthanise the stranded humpback whale at Ripiro Beach, outside Dargaville.
Humpback whales still stranded at Ripiro Beach, Northland
200 volunteers took to Ripiro Beach today to help rescue efforts for a 13-metre female humpback whale, stranded since Sunday morning.