Resting place of early Scandinavians in New Zealand to be preserved by council

Piers Fuller/Stuff Harold Devenport at the Mauriceville West Lutheran Cemetery near the grave of his great-grandfather and prominent founder Gunder Gundersen. The first Scandinavian settlers who pressed up into northern Wairarapa in the 1880s faced a wall of heavy forest and an uncertain future. Many of those hardy Danes with names like Gunder Gundersen and

Open invitation to Whanganui lifestyle farming day

It's all welcome to a lifestyle farming afternoon in rural Whanganui on September 27 - the first day of daylight saving.The event is put on by the Lifestyle Farming Club, and will be at Brenda and Andy Collins' Fordell property....

F3 Tech Announces 2020 Accelerator Program Finalists

F3 Tech Announces 2020 Accelerator Program Finalists – Agriculture Industry Today – EIN News Trusted News Since 1995 A service for agriculture industry professionals · Thursday, September 17, 2020 · 526,484,651 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools News Topics Newsletters Press Releases Events & Conferences RSS Feeds Other Services

James Bond Bath

What do you call James Bond taking a bath? Bubble 07.

What kind of dog is Snoopy?

[su_spoiler title="View Answer" class="laffgaff-spoiler" open="no" style="fancy" icon="arrow-circle-1"]A beagle.[/su_spoiler]

Addington Raceway planning for a Level 1 New Zealand Trotting Cup in November

Addington Raceway will have reduced capacity and socially-distanced tables at its premier harness racing event, the IRT NZ Trotting Cup, in November. The scene at Addington Raceway Source: Twitter/ Addington Raceway Organisers are already selling tickets for the event, banking on a shift to Alert Level One by race day. Addington Raceway Chief Executive Brian

‘It’s a ruse to increase glyphosate’ – Auckland Council proposal to spray controversial pesticide on all city streets

Auckland Council is proposing to make the use of controversial herbicide glyphosate uniform across all streets in the region – angering several chemical-free local boards who call it a “cost-cutting measure”. A recommendation is this week being sent to all 21 of Auckland’s local boards to uniformly spray weed killer glyphosate, the active ingredient in

Neo-Nazi farmer, 58, kept grenades, mines and explosives in his country home

A suspected neo-Nazi kept an arsenal of explosives at his country home and stored deadly cyanide poison next to the ginger beer and salad cream in his fridge, a court heard. Counter-terrorism police found large stocks of poisons along with a cache of grenades, mines and explosives after raiding the rural home of Russell Wadge, 58, on