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Planning fertiliser use in spring - what you need to think about

By Bala Tikkisetty

With a refreshed National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management around the corner, there is increasing pressure for farmers to improve nutrient management in their farming systems.

International accolade for Rockit apple

Innovative New Zealand apple company Rockit Global Limited, recognised across the world for its miniature Rockit apple variety, was in Hong Kong last week to accept an award.

Regional urban expansion sees town-fringe industrial land for sale

The on-going growth of Bay of Plenty’s regional economy - both in Tauranga, and the townships stretching down the bay coastline - has seen a block of industrial land on the rural/urban boundary of Whakatane placed on the market for sale.

Meat and dairy products lead manufacturing fall - Stats NZ

Meat and dairy manufacturing fell in June after two strong quarters, Stats NZ said today.

The volume of dairy and meat product manufacturing fell 8.2 percent in value after a 10.7 percent rise in March 2019, when adjusted for seasonal effects.

Air New Zealand employees farewell All Blacks with special haka

Around 60 Air New Zealand employees farewelled the All Blacks this morning ahead of their trip to Japan with a moving haka on the tarmac at Auckland International Airport.

Pastures Summit: Sharing latest developments on achieving profitable food production from grass

Pasture Summit is the collaboration of a group of progressive and committed farm business owners and dairy sector experts from across New Zealand and Ireland.

Rabobank Beef Quarterly Q3 2019: Momentum building in sustainable beef

Momentum has been building in sustainable beef over the past 12 months, with this area of the market forecast to develop even further in the year ahead, according to Rabobank’s latest global Beef Quarterly report.

National accounting group aligns with international network

Moore Stephens Markhams, one of New Zealand’s leading networks of independently owned accountancy and audit firms is relaunching as part of a move to provide stronger global client solutions.

Macron for E tu a Companies Office first

E tū has welcomed the move by the Companies Office to soon enable incorporated societies like the union to use the macron when they register their names.

The Huawei NZ Television Awards announce new host and new gala venue

The Huawei New Zealand Television Awards are back in 2019 with a new host and a new Gala venue.