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But there was some progress on environmental issues, David Parker says.
Manuka honey will be tested for chemical and DNA markers to ensure its trade reputation.
The Agriculture Minister says consumers are becoming savvier about the provenance of food chains.
Forest and Bird says more needs to be done if we're to save native fish numbers.
Many growers are concerned the new government’s tougher stance on immigration could cause problems.
Another 3,200 hectares of farm has been consented.
It's been described as the worst wool season in 50 years.
A ridge of high pressure over much of NZ during the second half of November caused near-record or record dryness.
Federated Farmers say early decisions need to be made by those who work the land.
Prices at the GlobalDairyTrade auction may lift next week, snapping four consecutive declines.
"So many different areas of horticulture and what's wrong with getting dirty!"
A report found the cause is largely due to urban developments encroaching on farm land.
The GDT price index slipped 3.4%.
Tonight's GlobalDairyTrade auction comes after three consecutive declines in dairy product prices.
They're relatively unknown in China but it's still expected to be a significant market.
The event is the largest community event in New Zealand.
"We're backing up our words with action and making tangible commitments".
The NZ-led research could help tackle Huntington's disease.
Consumer spending data shows the majority of Kiwis still buy caged eggs.
Damage to the tyres alone is expected to cost $15,000.
An ordering error led Pak'n'Save to think they had less potato chip supplies than they did.
Dairy cows infected with Mycoplasma bovis will be culled to prevent the disease's spread.
The culls will be undertaken on five infected properties around Oamaru.
Kiwi farmers are concerned the claim is harming our already struggling wool industry.
The NZ First leader made the announcement today before the Federated Farmers meeting, in Ashburton.
The impressive display is aimed against a Water Conservation Order for two of Hawke's Bay's waterways.
Seven Sharp joined Brad Pickett for the morning, ahead of a big farmer protest in Morrinsville.
Hundreds of farmers took to Morrinsville's streets today.
Young farmers would be able to purchase the land after five years of work.
NZ farmers aren't paying their way, say forestry advocates.
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Toni is off to spend more time with her family and Mike says they should end together.
The pair made the announcement on air tonight during the penultimate show of 2017.
Was Grant Robertson's mini budget a triumph or did it simply fail to deliver?
The most formidable slips to the north of Kaikoura are now cleared, and the road repaired.
Jenny Hale said it’s important to listen to what children would like under the tree, whether possible or not.
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