This old mutt notes that millionaire Hollywood producer and advocate for mung bean farming James Cameron is happy to fly…
National is leaving behind last week’s rough and tumble of beltway politics – and the aftermath of the Jami-Lee Ross scandal – to take the pulse of rural New Zealand.
National Party leader Simon Bridges says the biggest challenges farmers face are the environment and their right to farm.
Labour Party leader Jacinda Ardern says after National came into power it shelved the Environment Court judge David Sheppard’s national policy statement (NPS) initiated by the last Labour government.
Parliament can be as nasty – or not – as you want to make it, says first-time MP and dairy farmer Barbara Kuriger.
Feedback on the TPP from agribusinesses has been mostly positive, but the same cannot be said for most political parties. Here's an offering of what some of our political parties have to say;
Nathan Guy, Damien O’Connor, Winston Peters, John Key and Steven Joyce have one thing in common: they’ve been to Northland in the last three weeks in what must be the region’s fastest-ever roundup of Government ministers and leading opposition members.