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21 Feb 2020 1:32
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Butter prices are down
8 August 2018
Butter prices are down, but other prices are stable at Fonterra's latest Global Dairy Trade auction
Business commentators have low expectations of Fonterra's new chair
31 Jul 2018:
Business commentators have low expectations of Fonterra's new chair...
MPI believes it's improved its compensation process for farmers affected by mycoplasma bovis
31 Jul 2018:
MPI believes it's improved its compensation process for farmers affected by mycoplasma bovis...
Fonterra chairman John Wilson has stood down from the role after a serious health scare
27 Jul 2018:
Fonterra chairman John Wilson has stood down from the role after a serious health scare...
The Mycoplasma bovis outbreak is being linked to a slowdown in the rural property market
19 Jul 2018:
The Mycoplasma bovis outbreak is being linked to a slowdown in the rural property market...
A second round of nationwide milk testing for Mycoplasma bovis is about to get underway
12 Jul 2018:
A second round of nationwide milk testing for Mycoplasma bovis is about to get underway...
Fonterra's top executive in China says the co-op's business there is "humming"
11 Jul 2018:
Fonterra's top executive in China says the co-op's business there is "humming"...
Tractor sales are up more than 25-percent on this time last year
10 Jul 2018:
Tractor sales are up more than 25-percent on this time last year...
An agribusiness expert says Mycoplasma bovis may have been here for over a decade
2 Jul 2018:
An agribusiness expert says Mycoplasma bovis may have been here for over a decade...
Today's Rural News
28 Jun 2018:
Rural News from around NZ...
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Global dairy prices have taken a hit, following the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus in China
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Perception of law changes doing more harm than good in the rural sector
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Indonesia could force LGBT people into rehabilitation under draft 'family resilience' law
Law and Order:
Around 250 concerned residents have heard from authorities at a public meeting about the gang situation in the Western Bay of Plenty
Kellye Nakahara has died at the age of 72
Law and Order:
Six hundred and fifty paua saved in an an MPI bust in Taranaki .... are safely back in the ocean
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Ashley Roberts told Johnny Depp she has no cartilage in her nose when she first met him
Sir Elton John will continue his tour - despite having walking pneumonia
Ashlee Simpson is "so proud" of her sister Jessica for sharing the "truth with the world" in her new memoir
Kerry Katona broke down in tears as she reflected on the advice she gave the late Caroline Flack and how she didn't do "enough" to prevent her taking her own life
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