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Students read poems with sombre war themes as part of commemoration
NZ Herald Local Focus
Vibra Screen allows dairy effluent to be recycled and used to fertilise pasture.
Southlanders deserve a pat on the back, as river quality trends are improving.
Almost 60 workplace deaths since the start of last year, many in the agricultural sector.
A driver found himself in a sticky situation when his large load of honey drums spilled.
Fonterra owns an 18.8 per cent stake of the Chinese dairy manufacturer.
Urine from 4.8m dairy cows putting 200 tonnes of leached nitrogen into groundwater daily.
Northland's forestry sector is working hard to overcome its obstacles.
DairyNZ chief executive Dr Tim Mackle says no farmer wants to see their soil damaged.
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