Latest Kauri News

Police seeking assistance after spike in burglaries and vehicle crime in Tokoroa
The game that gives a soldier goose bumps
Pest Detection Dog Teams Kept Busy In City Of Sails
Scholarship Boosts Biodiversity Tech Potential
Key liquidity policy review decisions announced – Reserve Bank of New Zealand – Te Pūtea Matua
Precious artifact recovered in Far North, Police issue appeal
DOC prepares for sell-out camping summer
Phased opening for Kaimai tracks
Matuku-hūrepo/Australasian bittern killed on Dargaville roads
Green shines bright on Silver Avenue
Calling for conservation scholarship applicants
Cotton Palms to replace Kauri Pines in Hargreaves Mall
Donations needed in support of Homelessness Week
Kauri disease pathogen found in Kaimai ranges
Kauri Pine timber being made available to community groups
True Voice for North
Work to start next week on Kauri Pine tree removal
Decayed Kauri Pine to be removed for public safety
DOC-funded scholarships support critical climate change and biodiversity research
UPDATE: Fatal crash – Whangārei
NZ police are responding to fatal crash – State Highway 1, Whangārei
University’s Field Club reunion great success
Government steps up kauri protection
Meet this vast group of ancient trees with mysteries still unsolved
DOC scholarships support diverse conservation research
Waipoua restoration leaps ahead
NZ police urge motorists to avoid non-essential travel due to weather conditions
Boost for property upgrades at 10 Auckland schools
Courtesy and caution urged as Hakarimata Summit Trail reopens
NZ police are responding to fatal crash, SH 1, Kauri
Te Taiapa/Goldie Bush tracks temporarily closed
Tāne Mahuta viewing closed for boardwalk repairs
Northland rail work to help create regional jobs
DOC confirm Kauri dieback in Puketi Forest, Bay of Islands
Kauri dieback plan nowhere to be seen
Help protect Tāne Mahuta and our great kauri this summer
DOC unviel two-story kauri mural in Bay of Plenty
An important budget announcement you may have missed
Four Sisters walk in Waipoua Forest to temporarily close