Sunday, February 26, 2017

Field days focus on preserving soils

New Zealand’s comparatively shallow top soils are a precious resource that needs careful management is among... Read Full Story

Mel’s new goal

Mel Bradley of Onga Onga is determined to make a profit...
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New regulations for 1080

New regulations have been approved under the Resource...
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Learning to survive

Dean Bartlett is teaching his boys valuable life skills. He...
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Welcome home to Pongakawa School
When more than 350 people arrived at Pongakawa School this weekend, in a way they were returning...

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Sustainable farmers win supreme title
Waiotahe dairy farmers Jared and Sue Watson are the supreme winners of the 2017 Bay of Plenty...

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Central Plateau dairy finalists announce
The finalists in the 2017 Central Plateau New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards have announced,...

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Bug Man’s home safe from fires
Ruud Kleinpaste – aka “The Bug Man” is happy to be back in his Kennedys...

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Strong sales in rural Bay of Plenty
Sales of rural properties are consistently strong in the Bay of Plenty, with REINZ reporting...

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Bonus rebate for EastPack growers
EastPack Limited growers are to receive a 35 per cent bonus rebate of 7 cents per tray, increasing...

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Fires threaten Bug-man’s home
Ruud Kleinpaste – aka “The Bug Man” - is flying back to Christchurch from...

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Erin is BOP’s top young grower
Te Puke’s Erin Atkinson has won the title of 2017 Bay of Plenty Young Fruit Grower of...

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Bay housing market ‘mixed’
Median house prices across the Bay of Plenty were a bit of a mixed bag during January, according...

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Te Puna Quarry Park: 20 years on
It’s one of the Western Bay’s iconic destinations, and today it’s celebrating...

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