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Timber companies say 'the great wall of wood' is not as big as it was made out to be.
NZ farmers aren't paying their way, say forestry advocates.
New Zealand's most dangerous industry is turning to technology to keep people safe.
With five deaths in 2016 already, forestry remains on of New Zealand's most dangerous jobs.
Worksafe NZ is investigating the Hawke's Bay incident.
"From the forest industry's point of view, we don't have a free trade agreement."
The trend is going in the right direction, the Forest Industry Safety Council says.
The 33-year-old died at a forestry block near Balclutha yesterday.
All kauri exports will be inspected from now on, says Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy.
The 500 memorials weren't built in Oamaru, they were grown.
Len Brown says a West Auckland tree sit-in has been a step towards positive change.
Several cars parked under a large tree have suffered extensive damage after it toppled.
Jolyon and Enny Manning are putting their section on the hill above Alexandra to good use.
Southern rata are in bloom and a crackdown on possum numbers is credited for this year's spectacular display.
It’s a difficult and expensive way to get the logs out but those involved say it’s worth it.
The hard fought right to collect and sell timber scattered by Cyclone Ita is finally underway.
The regulator believes it’s up to the industry to follow rules already in place.
Chopped down seafront Napier tree could be the first of many to fall.
NZ’s third biggest export is feeling the pinch with the price of export logs nearly halved.
A controversial plan allowing West Coasters to extract native forest felled by Cyclone Ita has been given the green light.
A tree has collapsed on a house in Stanmore Bay in Whangaparaoa after strong winds hit Auckland overnight.
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But Ms Ardern would not go into detail on what roles Greens would get as they speak with delegates overnight.
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Winston Peters speech in the Beehive, where he announces the new NZ Government.
The NZ First leader strongly hinted Labour had conceded the deputy PM job to him.
The defence argued the complexity of the DNA test was too hard for a jury to make a decision on.
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