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Biosecurity New Zealand has directed a vehicle carrier to leave New Zealand waters following the discovery of stink bugs and other regulated pests.
Dr Edwin Massey highlights the key elements of the Bragato Conference that focused on biosecurity and emergency response management.
Biosecurity is relevant to every New Zealander, according to the head of Biosecurity NZ Roger Smith.
Biosecurity New Zealand announced the winners of the 2018 New Zealand Biosecurity Awards last night.
Minister for Biosecurity Damien O’Connor wants every New Zealander to help build a biosecurity team of 4.7 million as part of the Ko Tātou This Is Us campaign.
Biosecurity risk is never static. With fluctuations due to climate change, trade and passenger dynamics and volume, and the spread of global pests and disease, a lot can change - even over a 12-month period.
Celebrate those helping to keep our flora, fauna and vital primary sectors safe by nominating them for New Zealand Biosecurity Awards.
Whangarei microbiologist Dr Barry Pyle says calf days are a perfect opportunity to educate youngsters and friends and family about biosecurity.
Farmers will undergo another national round of bulk milk testing in spring as the campaign to eradicate Mycoplasma bovis ramps up.
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