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With more women working in farming, more are contracting the disease leptospirosis, says the president of Rural Women NZ, Fiona Gower.
Rural Women NZ says faster rollout of broadband and more mobile towers will improve connectivity to rural homes.
June 1 is known in the dairy as Gypsy Day, when new dairy contacts come into action around the country. Many farmers, their family and staff will be moving around the country to their next farms.
Rural Women NZ’s new president Fiona Gower says she wants to stimulate communication and shake off any stuffiness in their image.
RWNZ have compiled a list of ways that people can help with assisting people affected by the earthquake and adverse events.
Rural Women NZ is concerned private online charter schools could undermine already struggling schools
Six businesses are competing in three categories this year at the Enterprising Rural Women Awards (ERWA).
Banks that don’t look after rural people may find rural people don’t look after them, says Rural Women vice-president Fiona Gower.
Rural Women New Zealand (RWNZ) has lodged a submission on the Ministry of Health's update of the Health of Older people strategy, urging the Government to give priority to the needs of older adults in rural areas.
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