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The Livestock Improvement Corporation's is paying farmers over $2 million over semen quality issues.
Sally Murphy has the rural news. Audio
News from the rural farming sector. Audio
Vegetables New Zealand is optimistic the new government has food security front of mind and will back the expansion of vegetable growing areas in New Zealand.
Susan Murray has the rural news. Audio
For this week's expert feature we're talking bees and beekeeping. Everything you ever wanted to know but were afraid to ask - text your beekeeping questions to 2101. Joining us today to share her… Audio
The honey company is warning this year's earnings and profits will be hit by the soft US and Chinese economies.
The Muriwai Deli is just one of many businesses that was affected by Cyclone Gabrielle earlier this year. Cam Steel runs the deli with his brothers, he speaks to Jesse about their reopening. Audio
Access roads have been washed out, there are massive slips on some back country, and fences have been destroyed again - after over 225 millimetres of rain fell in Tai Rāwhiti over the weekend.
He's like that angel on the nation's shoulder, here to convince us to eat fresh produce, it's our Minister of Fruit and Veggies Glenn Forsyth. Audio
Today on The Panel, Wallace and guests Ruth and Duane talk about the future of Auckland CBD and whether locals will cope without a soon-to-be-demolished multi-story carpark.
The panelists also… Audio
Today Jess Daniel of Jess's Underground Kitchen shares a recipe for a lighter version of the Italian classic tiramisu. Audio
After weeks of waiting - the primary sector finally knows who it will be working with for the next three years.
Todd McClay who has been National's agriculture spokesperson since March will take on… Audio
Plans to open a 24-hour McDonald's in Wānaka have met fierce opposition from local residents. Audio
Heading in to coconut season, we go now to the fresh produce markets - which look a lot like RNZ's Wellington studios - with our Minister of Fruit and Veggies, Glenn Forsyth Fruit of the Week… Audio
Today on The Panel, Wallace is joined by panellists Cindy Mitchener and Peter Field to discuss Auckland Council's plans to buyout 700 flood-damaged homes which has left some homeowners feeling… Audio
Data from Te Whatu Ora shows since medicinal cannabis was legalised in 2020, prescriptions have grown from about a 1,000 a month to over 8,000 a month.
Egg producers are hopeful prices have peaked and the egg shortage of early-2023 will soon be a distant memory.
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