Farmers have made great inroads in reducing the possum population in Hawke's Bay.
The Hawke's Bay Regional council has seen a reduction in of possums in urban areas
Maungaharuru-Tangitū Trust leads the way for a predator free Hawke's Bay.
Government funding boost will help step up efforts to rid the region of predators.
Microchipping considered best way to protect pet cats against feral cat control measures.
When the forests were planted 25-30 years ago, no one thought of the harvest challenges.
Improvement in the economy will be followed by "moderation".
ESR has created a real-time dashboard to track rate and severity of flu across country.
As a society we may need to adjust our thinking on what being social is - Netsafe.
Senior law lecturer says there could be a role for the Crown in settling such disputes.
Concerns the Bill could run the risk of wrongful deaths.
Dr David Richmond is against voluntary euthanasia in any circumstances.
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