New Zealand wine companies can survive, adapt and thrive in the world of Covid-19, says a business advisor in Marlborough.
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Nineteen-year-old Ashlee Ennis is thrilled she has got a job on a dairy farm after recently completing three-weeks of GoDairy Farm Ready Training with DairyNZ.
A major recruitment campaign is in full swing to get people displaced by job losses due to Covid-19 into roles in the primary sector.
Agricultural contractors are warning about a severe shortage of skilled machinery operators for the upcoming harvest season.
OPINION: Migrants are a critical and valued part of dairying in New Zealand, filling skills shortages on farms when there aren’t enough local workers available.
Dairy farmers want more Kiwi workers, but they also want relaxed immigration restrictions. So, what's the problem?
Industries that depend on migrant labour – like many in NZ’s primary sector – will need to find alternatives, according to a new report.
A careers expo running across the country hopes to cash in on the Government's new funding of primary sector jobs.
Despite the critical function the primary sector has to play in New Zealand’s economic recovery, it may not have the workforce available to carry this role out.
Pig farmers have joined a growing chorus in the primary sector calling on the Government to urgently review its migrant worker policies in the wake of Covid-19.