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The poor quality accommodation was ordered to shut after an investigation.
Horticulture, viticulture sectors ask why fishermen from Covid-19 countries let into NZ.
Group of growers warn that some fruit and vegetables could rot unharvested this summer.
Horticulture industry hopes some RSE workers from the Pacific may be able to come to NZ.
Growers say assembling seasonal workforce needed for harvest will be near impossible.
'The vast majority of employers in the industry are doing the right thing'.
The Kiwifruit industry is spending millions of dollars on fire prevention measures.
Labour shortages need sorted if agriculture is to drag NZ's economy back into shape.
Business leaders say kiwifruit returns will bolster Bay of Plenty economy and confidence.
The facility allegedly failed to comply with aspects of the building code requirements.
Green Party agriculture policy given the green thumb by organic growers.
Demand is outstripping supply for kiwifruit orchards.
Mixed feelings in the primary sector about border exceptions announced this week.
World-first research created healthy plants from cryopreserved avocado shoots.
Hort sector calling for guest workers to be next in line to have visa restrictions eased.
Education Ministry calls for closer monitoring of groundwater at three Far North schools.
Entries open today for the 2020 Marlborough Wine Show.
The Thomases' home is surrounded by orchards and bores - but they don't get a say.
Hold new consents - monitoring of the last lot has 7 years to go, says Karyn Nikora-Kerr.
"It's unconscionable to be left stranded in New Zealand."
Submissions for Aupōuri aquifer consents for avocado production heard next week
Five tonnes of citrus from Whangārei has been distributed around the South Island.
Vaetasi Asiata was to return home to Samoa on Friday when he died in a crash on Sunday.