Tuesday, April 23, 2024

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Meat board gives $1.7m to sector research

Farmers WeeklyApr 16, 2024
Informing NZ Beef and facial eczema projects to benefit.

ANZCO Foods boosts health of rural schools

Farmers WeeklyMar 18, 2024
Mayfield School in Canterbury will put its funds towards teacher aides that will give their students additional literacy lessons.

Help to deploy Meat Board research funds

Farmers WeeklyMar 8, 2024
Farmers invited to have their say on funding two programmes.

Kimbolton Sculpture Festival seeks partner for 2025

Farmers WeeklyFeb 26, 2024
Bi-annual event continues to attract more and more artists and visitors.


More dollars delivered for silt’s removal

More dollars delivered for silt’s removal

Richard RennieFeb 12, 2024
Latest allocation for Gabrielle cleanup welcomed in Hawke's Bay and Gisborne.
Hastings eyes massive Gabrielle funding shortfall

Hastings eyes massive Gabrielle funding shortfall

Neal WallaceFeb 8, 2024
Question of who will stump up $580m to repair roads and bridges still to be settled.
NZVA says VBS funding needs to be lifted

NZVA says VBS funding needs to be lifted

Gerald PiddockFeb 7, 2024
Appeal of voluntary bonding scheme must be maintained, body cautions.
a2 Milk Company calls for grant proposals

a2 Milk Company calls for grant proposals

Farmers WeeklyJan 15, 2024
Company has $630,000 to spend on sustainability projects.
Craigmore launches second research grant

Craigmore launches second research grant

Annette ScottNov 29, 2023
Rural investment company offers new scholarships for ag research.
Funds earmarked for North Island flood protection

Funds earmarked for North Island flood protection

Farmers WeeklyOct 9, 2023
Infrastructure projects get $11.2m from Budget vote.
Funding boost for food systems project

Funding boost for food systems project

Farmers WeeklySep 20, 2023
Researchers, iwi in $10m project combining indigenous knowledge and practices and science to safeguard food supply
Additional mental health support available amid cyclone recovery

Additional mental health support available amid cyclone recovery

Tony BennyAug 1, 2023
When floodwaters recede leaving farmers staring down the barrel of costly repairs to their land and infrastructure, it can seem overwhelming, but financial assistance is at hand.
Govt spends $50m on fire station upgrades

Govt spends $50m on fire station upgrades

Farmers WeeklyJul 31, 2023
Boost for regional firefighting as 26 stations improved over past three years.
Funding boost welcomed by Rural Support Trusts

Funding boost welcomed by Rural Support Trusts

Neal WallaceJul 3, 2023
Rolling sequence of extreme weather events have stretched resources.
Govt announces North Island Weather Events support package

Govt announces North Island Weather Events support package

Craig PageJun 29, 2023
Government to underwrite cheaper loans with banks and provide $240m pool for equity finance.
Government needs to act now to save men’s lives

Government needs to act now to save men’s lives

Guest writerJun 13, 2023
A two-stage programme has the potential to halve the number of lives claimed by prostate cancer every year.
‘We need to get it right’ says McAnulty, explaining aid delays

‘We need to get it right’ says McAnulty, explaining aid delays

Neal WallaceJun 1, 2023
The government is aware that Gabrielle package will set precedent for future climate events.
Little for ‘individual farmers’ in relief package 

Little for ‘individual farmers’ in relief package 

Neal WallaceMay 17, 2023
Growers’ hopes now pinned on June funding announcement.
Hawke’s Bay welcomes recovery funding package

Hawke’s Bay welcomes recovery funding package

Neal WallaceMay 15, 2023
Almost a billion dollars in package to fund work from treating traumatised children to repairing infrastructure.
vineyard flooding Hawkes Bay 1

Hawke’s Bay hort ‘needs $960m from govt’

BusinessDeskMay 9, 2023
Cyclone Gabrielle is understood to have affected approximately 35% of local crop production value.
RWNZ appeals for funds as demand rockets

RWNZ appeals for funds as demand rockets

Annette ScottMay 5, 2023
Fund has been a financial ‘first responder’ for rural families after floods.
waikato gabrielle

Govt bumps up Gabrielle relief again

Farmers WeeklyApr 6, 2023
Further $23m made available to support those hit by cyclone, floods.
herd of black and brown cows walking on a farm road with a paddock and view of a hills behind them,

Banks grant Craigmore hefty green loan

Farmers WeeklyMar 21, 2023
Partnership will receive financial incentives as it delivers targets linked to its sustainability strategy.
Govt funds field almost 3400 applications for financial help

Govt funds field almost 3400 applications for financial help

Craig PageMar 10, 2023
Cyclone Gabrielle could wind up costing farmers $1 billion, say Feds.
Cyclone Gabrielle recovery funds topped up again

Cyclone Gabrielle recovery funds topped up again

Farmers WeeklyMar 7, 2023
A further $26 million added, taking total primary sector support to $55m.
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Govt puts funds into post-doc GHG studies

Farmers WeeklyMar 1, 2023
Millions of dollars from climate action budget will support researchers in the field.
Govt unlocks funds to support flood-damaged regions

Govt unlocks funds to support flood-damaged regions

Funds made available for Auckland, Waikato, Coromandel, Northland and Bay of Plenty regions.
O’Connor seeks rethink on weather relief

O’Connor seeks rethink on weather relief

BusinessDeskJan 24, 2023
The relief funds budgeted for response and recovery were used up in first two months of financial year prompting a need for a rethink.
Farm adviser research creating change from the ground up

Farm adviser research creating change from the ground up

Guest writerDec 19, 2022
The Rural Professionals Fund, established in 2020, is now accepting applications for its fourth – and final – round of funding.
Measured welcome for science white paper

Measured welcome for science white paper

BusinessDeskDec 9, 2022
Paper criticises competitive structure of Crown Research Institutes.
PlantTech liquidated after funding dries up

PlantTech liquidated after funding dries up

Richard RennieNov 10, 2022
Liquidation labelled a tragedy that will put the country’s horticultural sector back years in its tech efforts.
Govt opens a tap on rural water funding

Govt opens a tap on rural water funding

Farmers WeeklyNov 2, 2022
$10m available to help rural suppliers meet new standards.
Govt backs North Canterbury water project

Govt backs North Canterbury water project

Farmers WeeklyOct 27, 2022
Amuri Basin work will assist the government’s goal of restoring waterways, O’Connor says.
gerard-hickey-flat

DINZ eyes $5m push into key US market

Annette ScottOct 27, 2022
Retail foothold would be deer’s ‘third leg of the stool’.
MPI backs bid for top US certification

MPI backs bid for top US certification

Farmers WeeklyOct 17, 2022
Aim is to scale up lamb producers meeting Land to Market standards
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Water volunteers seek steady funding stream

Farmers WeeklyOct 7, 2022
Catchment groups doing ‘phenomenal’ work on very tight budgets.
Aquaculture industry gets funding boost to grow workforce

Aquaculture industry gets funding boost to grow workforce

The aquaculture industry will receive a cash injection to ease workforce woes and grow the industry.
A view of farmland in the Kaipara district.

Government backs Māori horticulture project

Farmers WeeklyAug 16, 2022
Large-scale endeavour will unlock Northland bounty, minister says.
A LoRaWAN internet site on a hill near Clevedon.

More funds for rural connectivity

Farmers WeeklyJul 5, 2022
The Ministry for Primary Industries’ (MPI’s) Sustainable Food and Fibre Futures fund is co-investing $149,500 to help WISPA…
Woolworks shareholders Maja Sliwinski and David Ferrier hold a big cheque on a deck by the beach.

Strong backing for new wool venture

Annette ScottJul 1, 2022
National Council of NZ Wool Interests chair Rosstan Mazey is confident Wool Impact will have the capability to…
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