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Minimise winter nitrogen loss - Waikato Regional Council

Winter is around the corner and currently most farmers are focusing on achieving increased productivity by judicious use of nutrients with an aim of minimising environmental impacts.

Potato prices reach all-time high in April - Stats NZ

Rising prices for potatoes, soft drinks (large bottles), capsicums, and fresh eggs saw overall food prices up 1.0 percent in April 2020, Stats NZ said today.

Potato prices rose 18 percent in April to a weighted average price of $2.51 per kilo, an all-time peak.

Dairy farmers, don't forget your levy vote - DairyNZ

The deadline is looming for dairy farmers to have their say on the milksolids levy vote, which closes May 30.

Almost 1000 Kiwi businesses need to feel the love - BusinessNZ

Almost 1000 New Zealand-owned and operated businesses have signed on to the ShopKiwi campaign, which today launched a new website.

With Kiwi manufacturers reopening safely, the ShopKiwi website has provided them with an avenue to sell products directly to consumers online.

'25K specially labelled KitKat bars to be given to frontline healthcare workers'

KitKat has given more than 25,000 ‘thank you’ labelled KitKat bars to thousands of Kiwi healthcare workers as they work tirelessly to deliver essential care.

Statement from Invercargill Airport general manager

We are disappointed that Airways have decided to close the Air Traffic Control Tower at Invercargill Airport.

New Zealanders enjoying a lot of self-love in lockdown

A snap lockdown sex survey has revealed New Zealanders have been enjoying their alone time in the six weeks of Level Three and Level Four lockdown.

More than 1000 people answered questions in a survey by retailer Adulttoymegastore over the weekend.

'Why Company-X has always believed in working from home'

Working from home has become the new normal for many people during the COVID-19 pandemic, but Company-X has offered its team the flexibility of working remotely since the company was founded in 2012.

'Polynesian Creative Programme flourishes in Covid-19 environment'

As New Zealand and the world continues to come to terms with the new realities of life during COVID- 19, work has continued to promote the development of international export opportunities for Māori and Pacific creatives.

'Changes to air traffic services reflect profoundly altered industry'

Passenger safety and airline operations will not be affected by Airways’ decision to withdraw air traffic services at seven New Zealand airports, says Airways CEO Graeme Sumner.