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Jane Smith: What urban people really think about farmers
North Otago farmer has been having "some really robust conversations with urbanites".
Will Shane Jones apologise to farmers for calling them rednecks?
Shane Jones says he was responding to "vitriolic" farmers holding "disgusting" signs.
Credit where it's due: Shaw praises Nats on Zero Carbon Act
Green Party co-leader puts aside politics to praise Todd Muller on Zero Carbon Act.
Julia Jones: How our dairy industry is selling itself short
Julia Jones says we need to focus on the process rather than the finished product.
How Winston Peters' 'farmy army' will tackle dirty rivers
Acting Prime Minister says the freshwater debate has descended into rumours and humbug.
Listen: Is the Govt too tough on the primary sector?
Jacinda Ardern on maintaining the balance between economy and the environment.