MPI is still offering a $1,000 reward to Bay of Plenty residents who report sightings of an aggressive pest bird, the red-vented bulbul.
Biosecurity officials have snared a live snake that hitchhiked to New Zealand on a private jet.
MPI is asking travellers from Fiji to stop bringing "miracle water" into New Zealand if they want to avoid a stiff fine or treatment costs
Three reports published today provide information on the scientific and cultural values of swamp kauri and its distribution in the Northland region.
The release of a second survey on beehive losses is helping build a better picture of the state of New Zealand’s honey bees and the challenges beekeepers are facing.
A dirty vessel ordered to leave Tauranga in the weekend will have to be thoroughly cleaned before it can re-enter New Zealand waters.
Fisheries officers are appealing to the public to ensure they’re up to speed with the rules around collecting toheroa, now that the rare shellfish are making a comeback to 90 Mile Beach.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) today issued a public health warning advising the public not to collect or consume shellfish harvested from Onapua Bay located in the Tory Channel, Queen Charlotte Sounds, Marlborough.
A father and son duo have been fined a total of almost $4,000 after being caught running an illegal black market crayfish operation from their home in Whangarei.
MPI today released a new resource to make it easier for businesses to manage food safety.