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Applications for the initial Wage Subsidy scheme in the current Covid outbreak close on Thursday, with applications for the next fortnightly payment will beginning on Friday morning.
The Insurance Council of New Zealand (ICNZ) has confirmed that insurers are able to support customers despite the current Covid-19 alert level settings.
A recent side effect of the misinformation easily spread on Facebook is a spike in reports of poisoning due to ingestion of ivermectin meant for livestock.
Keep connecting. That's the message to farmers from the chair of the Rural Support Trust, Neil Bateup.
OPINION: As I write, our nation has returned to level 4 lockdown and it has given me time to reflect on all we have accomplished in the year since the COVID-19 pandemic hit this country hard.
DairyNZ's head of farm performance, Sharon Morrell, says she'd like to see if they can facilitate more dairy farmers to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
While veterinarians are still providing providing care and treatment for animals during lockdown, it’s far from business as usual.
The horticulture sector has been praised for its "extraordinary achievements" in the face of Covid-19-related challenges.
It's been a terrible 18 minths for exporters, according to international trade consultant Charles Finny.