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NZ to bend on GIs

The European Union wants New Zealand to bring in a much stricter set of rules for Geographical Indicators (GIs) on food, says an intellectual property (IP) expert.

 

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Opinion

 

Getting the balance right!

OPINION: Many sunsets ago, I learnt from one of the older father figures in my life the ageless truth that,…

Agribusiness

 

Meat changes coming — report

New ideas of what equates to ‘premium’ in red meat are expected to change significantly in coming years, according to…

Management

 

DWN trustee to step down

A board position with the Dairy Women’s Network has opened up as Waikato dairy farmer Tracy Brown steps down from her role as a trustee.

DINZ ups on-farm support

Deer Industry NZ says it has beefed-up its farmer services by appointing Phil McKenzie as its new manager of farm performance.

Farm Health

 

Machinery & Products

Sulky fertiliser spreaders offer mobile app

For the past decade, European fertiliser spreader manufacturer Sulky has been offering Fertitest, a service designed to assist with the configuration and effective use of the brand’s spreaders.

Monosem brings precision to Southland

A Monosem Monoshox NG Plus M pneumatic planter, with double discs and individual seeding units, has proved to be the perfect choice for Murray and Nick Johns.

 

Motoring

Workhorse gets makeover

Like many of Toyota’s product ranges, the Hiace series has a history that dates back five decades.
 

Holden on the road for summer

In a move to demonstrate the capability of its vehicles, Holden recently put the talk to one side and ‘walked…

Navara’s mid-life make over

Midway through its product life cycle the Nissan Navara has had a cosmetic makeover and some upgraded technology.

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Biased?

Your old mate was disappointed, but not surprised to see a ‘study’ out of Otago University – quoted all over…

A dilemma

Your canine crusader reckons the fiercely anti GE, but pro sustainability Green Party has a dilemma on its hands, following…

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