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Fishermen fined $10,500 after catching 348 fish in Hauraki Gulf
A group of five people caught 348 fish in one day.
Gold clam pest invasion prevention in Rotorua 'fast-moving', council official says
Councillors have asked how the district's lakes would be protected.
Auckland Airport trials express lane to cut unacceptable wait times
Express lanes aim to ease congestion at Auckland's many layers of border screening.
Huge tracts of land retired, fenced or planted to protect Waikato rivers
Massive private and council efforts have gone into protecting Waikato waterways.
'Absolute zoo': Major delays at Auckland Airport, passengers desperate for toilets
Traveller described the airport as an 'absolute zoo' and a 'madhouse'.
Super-spreading scourge to be sucked from seabed in new trial
Officials will use suction dredging against the high-risk seaweed in new Aotea trials.
'Slack practice': Fisher trawled in zone protecting threatened dolphins
Warrick Harris 'should have known better' when he trawled in the prohibited zone 19 times.
NZ needs to flourish in international markets, MPI boss says
Half NZ's greenhouse gas emissions are from agriculture, here's how we stay in the game.
Egg shortage: Bakeries, cafes scrambling for supply
Hospitality and wholesalers say they have no access to the staple ingredient.
Pāua play: Seafood picnic turns sour after mum nabbed by fisheries officer
Rules 'open to interpretation' says pinged pāua collector; officials says rules are clear.
Is Fonterra's heavy hand still behind our milk price-setting system?
There are allegations Fonterra's still in the driving seat, despite industry law changes.
Preserving paradise: The hidden battle at our borders
Guardians of the border: Unveiling the unsung heroes of Biosecurity New Zealand.
Harm on the farm: What's behind cruelty to animals?
Safe believes the problem is worse than the figures show.
Government walks back suggestion of 7% interest on loans for cyclone-hit growers
A Government official provided a meeting of growers with incorrect information.
Nearly 400,000 chickens reared in 7 weeks at huge Helensville farm
The farm is also the same one where 180,000 chickens died in 2019 after a power outage.
Opinion: Time to end the ag-sector procrastination
OPINION: Sustainability consultant calls on farmers to engage with climate mitigation.
Workers have unacceptably high exposures to carcinogens, study finds
58 per cent of workers in NZ are exposed to at least one cancer-causing agent at work.
Government's cyclone horticulture relief package relies on generosity of banks
Cyclone-hit growers fear the Government's loan scheme will put them further into debt.