Turning our backs on promising tools for predator control is a massive disservice to New Zealand’s native flora and fauna, Federated Farmers environment spokesperson Chris Allen says. “The ‘mega mast’ in New Zealand’s forests this autumn presents a huge challenge to our pest control agencies and countless volunteers. “The frequency […]
Federated Farmers will continue to work with the Government on firearms reform as the Arms Amendment Bill becomes law. “Because of the urgency and immense public pressure surrounding the issue, it was a difficult task for the Government to give fair consideration to all aspects of when and why firearms […]
294 community groups across New Zealand have recently received a share of $2.422 million in grants to support their work thanks to The Southern Trust. $165,349.00 was distributed within the Whakatane District. Releasing details of the grants for the first three months of 2019, The Southern Trust CEO and Trustee, […]
April 12 (BusinessDesk) – Housing sales activity slumped 12.9 percent to a 17-month low in March, a month that is usually one of the peak selling months of the year, and annual house price inflation eased to 2.3 percent.
April 12 (BusinessDesk) – New Zealand’s $41 billion Superannuation Fund will invest up to US$115 million in North American data centres as it seeks to capitalise on the growing demand for data infrastructure.
The Chief Executive of New Zealand’s national stadium is amongst the finalists for an international accolade which acknowledges industry excellence of worldwide stadium executives.
Whakatāne District Council is arranging to have the sand fuse on the western side of the Whakatāne River mouth (at the tip of the Opihi spit) lowered, to comply with Bay of Plenty Regional Council flood preparedness requirements. During heavy rainfall events, the river must be able to break through […]
April 12 (BusinessDesk) – A temporary halt to US citrus imports is not expected to affect retail fruit supplies, the Ministry for Primary Industries says.