Farmer Richard Tudor killed in tractor accident at Llanerfyl

Image copyright Family Photo Image caption Richard Tudor was praised as “an all-rounder” who could “turn his hand to everything” Tributes have been paid to a well-known farmer killed in a tractor accident in Powys. Father-of-two Richard Tudor, 45, died on Friday while working on his farm at Llanerfyl, Montgomeryshire. A family friend said the

Firefighters, helicopters contain Northland forestry fires at skid sites

Two helicopters and 45 firefighters were used to contain a blaze on a forestry skid site in Northland which started from internal combustion. A reduced team with one helicopter remained at the site on Radar Hill, midway between Wainui Bay and Tauranga Bay in the Far North, yesterday in order to stop it spreading through

Stuck In Limbo In New Zealand

Saturday, 4 April 2020, 2:01 pmArticle: Luke Davis -2 backpackers stuck in New Zealand due to covid-19 restricted travel -Multiple job offers withdrawn due to covid-19 impact on hospitality and farming -Flights home cancelled and now stuck here with not enough funds to stay as money tied up with travel agent I’m writing to you

‘Thank God for farmers’ being the economy’s backbone, says economist

Robyn Edie/Stuff The agriculture sector has been identified as a key industry in getting Southland through tough economic times.   “Thank God for farmers.” It’s the frank assessment dished up by economist Cameron Bagrie when asked how Southland’s economy will cope through the coronavirus era. JOHN BISSET Economist Cameron Bagrie has identified the agriculture sector as a key industry in

Future Shock: What will New Zealand look like a year after coronavirus?

POOL VISION Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced new plans for high-risk essential workers and tourists stranded in NZ. New Zealand is barely a week into its unprecedented lockdown of society. Already thoughts are turning to what we will do when it’s over. What will New Zealand be like in a year? MICHAEL WRIGHT reports. In

Air New Zealand begins German repatriation flight

An Air New Zealand 777-300 chartered by the German government to repatriate citizens departed Auckland on Friday afternoon bound for Frankfurt via Vancouver. Four pilots and 12 cabin crew are operating the Auckland-Vancouver leg, before a full replacement crew finish the journey, which is set to land early morning on Saturday, 4 April. Air New

Agricultural Water Pump Market 2020 Global Industry Key Players, Share, Trend, Sales, Segmentation and Forecast to 2026

Agricultural Water Pump Market 2020 Global Industry Key Players, Share, Trend, Sales, Segmentation and Forecast to 2026 – Agriculture Industry Today – EIN News Trusted News Since 1995 A service for agriculture industry professionals · Sunday, April 5, 2020 · 513,849,861 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools News Topics