Tackling Fiordland's rubbish problem
Fiordland is one of the most stunning parts of New Zealand. It's a world heritage area of pure and remote wilderness
But sadly it is not untouched by humankind. Believe it or not, this long coastline has a rubbish problem.
Recently a small group of Southlanders decided to clean up the most inaccessible coast in the country.
And Tsehai Tiffin reports, they took out 50 tonnes of waste in just a few days.
Watch the video to see her report.