Your Search Returned 184 tagged news reports
They have a farming career on the rise, national recognition for their skills and, most importantly, a perfect place to raise a family. Not bad for a couple who, until about five years ago, were knee-deep in British urban sprawl. It's fair to say
File photo / APN The South Taranaki District Council is warning people not to swim in, or eat anything from Lake Rotokare. There are high levels of blue-green algal bloom in the lake, which can cause skin and eye irritations. The algae can also
The stench from millions of litres of curdling buttermilk has Eltham residents fuming. Fonterra has been dumping the milk byproduct at the Eltham wastewater treatment plant for about a month as it deals with this spring's record milk production. It
Auckland [ change ] Showers Max 23° Min 17° Hawera-New Plymouth bus trial set for February start Taranaki Regional Council, Fuseworks December 3, 2013, 12:15 pm A trial bus service connecting Hawera and New Plymouth will start at the beginning of the
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 24° Min 17° Judicial review into fluoride begins today Jenny Woods, Newstalk ZB November 25, 2013, 5:47 am The government's being told to show some leadership over fluoride. A judicial review to decide whether
After completing the log evaluation the well has been sealed by cement plugs and the Kan Tan IV is being prepared for the tow to the Matuku-1 location. The well has reached its target in the North Cape Formation and intersected oil bearing sands in
A cliff face has crumbled at New Plymouth's Back Beach, leaving beachgoers warning others to watch out for death traps on the coast. The cliff face, which is close to the lower carpark, collapsed some time on Friday night or Saturday morning.
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 22° Min 14° Gifts and giving events at Taranaki gardens Taranaki Regional Council, Fuseworks November 18, 2013, 7:16 am Separate events at two of Taranaki's premier public gardens this weekend highlight a
DairyNZ's two longest-serving directors retained their seats at yesterday's annual meeting in Hawera. Challenging Barbara Kuriger, of New Plymouth, and Canterbury farmer Alister Body were dairy farmers Kevin Ferris, of Te Awamutu, and Tom Walters, of
Maori incorporation Parininihi ki Waitotara (PKW) showed off its flagship dairy farm near Matapu in South Taranaki to the board of directors and senior managers of DairyNZ yesterday. The organisation, which is funded by levies on dairy farmers'