OPINION: This old mutt has always believed that any hopes of a possible free trade deal – that is any…
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Your old mate sympathises with the plight of the country’s dairy farmers and how the falling payout is impacting their financial stability.
The Hound reckons if you needed any more proof of how much the Greens loathe farming, look at the recent reshuffling of its portfolio responsibilities.
This old mutt reckons you are never as good as your obituaries make you out to be, and the recent untimely death of former Fonterra chief and agribusinessman Craig Norgate reminded your old mate of this.
A new website has pop-up called waterqualitynz, which purports to provide “independent honesty in freshwater environmental reporting in NZ”.
The Hound sees that MPI has spent the thick end of $500,000 upgrading a building on The Terrace, Wellington, to accommodate its biosecurity team; its cost estimates were $100,000-$250,000.
The Hound notes that Lincoln University’s vice-chancellor Andrew West has suddenly resigned. This old mutt hopes West’s replacement is not serial bow-tie wearer and rent-a-quote Lincoln academic Keith Woodford.
A mate of the Hound recently attended the annual conference of Rural Contactors NZ, held in Blenheim in late June.
Your old mate has become increasingly frustrated by the ridiculous claims of animal fundamentalists at SAFE about live sheep shipment to Mexico; these are never challenged by mainstream media.
Labour's former leader and infamous dead fish holder David Shearer has been making a lot of noise about milk costing more than Coke.
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Global dairy prices are settling down after a rollercoaster ride triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the first time ever, the New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards will be screened on national television.