Today we profile Planner, Terry Farrell, who is retiring from DOC today after dedicating his life and career to conservation over the last 47 years.

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Wellington was recently named one of the hottest cities in the world. Learn more about some of the places managed by DOC that tell the story of this busy little city.

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Canterbury’s South Huxley Biv looks as good as new, thanks to some hard working volunteers and funding from the NZ Outdoor Recreation Consortium.

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Good news for the Million Dollar Mouse project, with Bollons Island, the second largest island of the Antipodes group, declared mouse free.

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DOC Director-General, Lou Sanson, gives us the run-down on happenings in the Chathams after his recent visit.

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Ranger Jim Staton is passionate about the restoration and presentation of New Zealand’s heritage because once it’s eroded or lost, it’s gone for good.

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Eleven men and women of Ngāti Pāhauwera descent are celebrating after recently graduating from the Māori Conservation Foundation Course.

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