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Progress has been made but certain dairy industry proposals are off the table.
Big Goat draws a crowd of admirers in Kaitaia
Women learn to shear to raise money for Farmstrong.
Lou Brown, originally from Napier, will attempt a merino ewes record on Saturday.
''For the primary sector to continue to grow, we need a highly skilled workforce.''
MPI programme increases activity in the lead-up to autumn and winter stock movements.
Fire and Emergency NZ promoted rural fire safety message at SI Agricultural Field Days.
Olive Philpott is still volunteering and helping her community at the age of 93.
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Anthea Hatfield and Bernice Frost have been working on the project for over five years.
Lucy and Mike Conway are moving on after preparing the fun fitness event for nine years.
Teams come from all over the country to honour the legend's 50 years in the sport.
Last year 25 were hosted in the River City to raise funds for Breast Cancer Foundation NZ
Whanganui rider needs consistency and commitment to get to top of points standings.
Alastair Richards and Lyres Freeth met for the competition and stayed for the company.
The shirt was printed in Whanganui during the occupation of Pākaitore in 1995
So, so close in all three divisions.
Belliss still in running to win the triples tournament that celebrates his career.
Richard Oriwa Matthews had no previous convictions before the offending.
The Whanganui Rural Community Board has led the way by funding and installing cameras.
A small gym in Auckland has gone from relatively unknown to garnering worldwide attention.