Today The Country investigates "Living Wood Day" which Don Carson tells us is a "celebration of everything you can do about wood."
On with the show:
We reflect on 'World Fish Movement Day' and Hootie and the Blowfish with our Met Service weather forecaster.
The Chair of Irrigation New Zealand reviews this week's annual conference and we talk about why irrigation is not a dirty word and does not mean more dirty dairying.
Federated Farmers' environmental spokesperson says we need to think carefully about urban sprawl and the negative impact it's having on some of our most productive land.
We find our intrepid correspondent on his way to 'Living Wood Day' in Takaka. He also has a crack at Mike Hosking and comments on some really innovative stuff Rotorua dairy farmers are doing to prevent nutrient run-off.
Our political correspondent ponders the paperwork needed to get into the US and why Jacinda is wowing world leaders in Europe.
This week's $100 TAB sports bet of the week sees us backing the Highlanders (margin 11-20) and