OPINION: This old mutt notes that Geoff Reid, an 'environmental activist' - whose activism appears to be limited to surreptitiously…
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The Government is looking at curbing our reliance on migrant workers as part of immigration service changes post-Covid.
The government has come up changes to proposed intensive winter grazing regulations which on the face of it are likely to please farmers.
The horticulture sector has been praised for its "extraordinary achievements" in the face of Covid-19-related challenges.
The Government has announced it will help develop improved tools to manage and estimate on-farm nutrient loss after an independent Science Advisory Panel identified shortcomings with the Overseer software.
The first draft of the proposed law that will replace the controversial Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA) was released by the Government last week.
OPINION: Finally the Government has made a sensible move to temporarily pause the implementation of the impractical rules that accompany its proposed regulations on winter grazing.
Farmers are welcoming the Government’s decision to delay intensive winter grazing (IWG) rules until May next year.
It seems like there are few tears being shed around the country about the news that the RMA is to be scrapped and replaced by three new separate Acts.
The Government says it is delivering on its promise to reform the resource management system based on the review carried out last year.