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Mark Reason: New Zealand Rugby’s big problem

AP Michael Leitch and Japan showed tremendous respect for fans at the Rugby World Cup. OPINION: The odds are that if you are reading this column you are a sports fan. That’s fantastic news. Being a sports fan is good for your health. You are more likely to feel connected to other people. You are more

Call for urgent review of foreign forestry investment

The government should urgently review foreign investment in forestry, Federated Farmers says. Pine forest in the South Island. (file image) Photo: 123RF It fears large-scale forestry conversion puts the rural way of life at risk by replacing the daily flow of the rural economy with a 25-year investment. The organisation’s plea for reform has come

New Zealand sheep flock on its way up

NEW ZEALAND is expected to see an increase in their total adult sheep flock for the first time since 2012, according to a recent report by Beef and Lamb New Zealand. Over the last two decades, there has been a decline in sheep numbers across the key categories of breeding ewes and the lamb crop

DrugTestingCourses.com Launches New Course on Delaware Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Laws

DrugTestingCourses.com Launches New Course on Delaware Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Laws – Agriculture Industry Today – EIN News Trusted News Since 1995 A service for agriculture industry professionals · Saturday, November 16, 2019 · 502,376,367 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools News Topics Newsletters Press Releases Events &

Australia, New Zealand continue to bat for India’s entry into RCEP

Officials of both the nations have been in touch with other partners in the free-trade agreement and were the real force behind the RCEP nations deciding to keep the door open for India Australia and New Zealand continue to push for India’s inclusion in the proposed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) pact, weeks after New

Tool reveal Australian and New Zealand tour dates

After rumours began circulating earlier this month that Tool would return to Australia and New Zealand, the band have finally confirmed it’s happening. Fresh from releasing the acclaimed and long-awaited studio album Fear Inoculum – their first album in 13 years – Tool have announced they’ll be heading to both countries in February 2020 for a

Germany’s farmers protest for their future

Martin Buchholz’s patience is wearing thin. The 56-year-old farmer in Sankt Katharinen, a town of 3,300 around half an hour south of Bonn, is the third generation to run his family’s farm. But he says it’s getting harder and harder to keep the business going. “We are slowly losing interest,” he says, “because we have

Global $4.6Bn+ Precision Livestock Farming Market Outlook, 2019-2024 – Increasing Adoption of Livestock Monitoring Technology in Developing Countries

Global $4.6Bn+ Precision Livestock Farming Market Outlook, 2019-2024 – Increasing Adoption of Livestock Monitoring Technology in Developing Countries – Agriculture Industry Today – EIN News Trusted News Since 1995 A service for agriculture industry professionals · Friday, November 15, 2019 · 502,287,676 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools News

Tool To Return To Australia And New Zealand For First Time In Six Years In February

Friday, 15 November 2019 Written by Laura Johnson Tool will return to Australia and New Zealand for the first time in six years in February. The band will continue to support their new album ‘Fear Inoculum’, which came out in August following a 13-year silence, with arena shows in Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Auckland. Tickets go on