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Otago Daily Times: A South Westland factory that produces one of the raw ingredients for lipstick and other cosmetics has been destroyed by fire. The factory was in a building next to the aircraft landing strip at Neils Beach, near Jackson Bay.
Otago Daily Times: "I thought the water would have started to go down and I could start cleaning today, but it hasn't." Emma McGregor, her husband Hamish and their six dogs escaped their flooded Henley home by boat on Saturday.
Otago Daily Times: Authorities fighting the spread of wilding conifers will have a complete picture of infestations throughout the country, thanks to new technology. Land Information, Minister Mark Mitchell says the web-based mapping and monitoring tool will efficiently control invasive plant species. Video made with support from NZ on air
Otago Daily Times: Around 300 arable farmers recently gathered at Lincoln University for the Foundation for Arable Research's annual conference with a focus on “growing sustainable futures”. Video made with support from New Zealand On Air.
Jamie has been watching Prime Rocks again. Today's show is dedicated to The Beatles. Interviews are with: Winston Peters, Rod Slater, Emma Higgins, Chris Brandolino, Robert Spurway and Andy Thompson.
The Country: Farming Mums NZ creator Chanelle O’Sullivan and the founder of the Agri-Women’s Development Trust, Lindy Nelson tackle the issue of mental health for rural women.
Today's show is brought to you by many different countdowns. Soundtrack supplied by hair metal band Europe's biggest hit. Interviews are with: Phil Duncan, Murray Brown, Steve Wyn-Harris, Grant McCallum, Nigel Woodhead and Neal Wallace.
The Country: Andrew Curtis, the chief executive of Irrigation New Zealand says farmers are already paying for water in response to a call for the introduction of royalties for commercial users.
Break out your headbands - today's show is brought to you by the music of Dire Straits. Interviews are with: John Law, Sir Eion Edgar, Don Carson, Andrew Curtis, Barry Soper, Jim Paterson and Grant Nisbett.
Jamie plays his favourite Elton John tunes on today's show. Interviews are with: Bill English, Ben Russell, Joe Wheeler, Marty Banks, Chris Russell and Alistair King.
It's a historic day on the water, and in the studio! Jamie talks to Steve Maharey, Blair McLean, Damien O’Connor, Jane Smith and Nadine Porter, Arjan Van't Klooster and Peter Newbold.