Infrastructure projects get $11.2m from Budget vote.
Researchers, iwi in $10m project combining indigenous knowledge and practices and science to safeguard food supply
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.
Boost for regional firefighting as 26 stations improved over past three years.
Rolling sequence of extreme weather events have stretched resources.
Government to underwrite cheaper loans with banks and provide $240m pool for equity finance.
A two-stage programme has the potential to halve the number of lives claimed by prostate cancer every year.
The government is aware that Gabrielle package will set precedent for future climate events.
Growers’ hopes now pinned on June funding announcement.
Almost a billion dollars in package to fund work from treating traumatised children to repairing infrastructure.
Cyclone Gabrielle is understood to have affected approximately 35% of local crop production value.
Fund has been a financial ‘first responder’ for rural families after floods.
Further $23m made available to support those hit by cyclone, floods.
Partnership will receive financial incentives as it delivers targets linked to its sustainability strategy.
Cyclone Gabrielle could wind up costing farmers $1 billion, say Feds.
A further $26 million added, taking total primary sector support to $55m.
Millions of dollars from climate action budget will support researchers in the field.
Funds made available for Auckland, Waikato, Coromandel, Northland and Bay of Plenty regions.
The relief funds budgeted for response and recovery were used up in first two months of financial year prompting a need for a rethink.
The Rural Professionals Fund, established in 2020, is now accepting applications for its fourth – and final – round of funding.
Paper criticises competitive structure of Crown Research Institutes.
Liquidation labelled a tragedy that will put the country’s horticultural sector back years in its tech efforts.
Amuri Basin work will assist the government’s goal of restoring waterways, O’Connor says.
Aim is to scale up lamb producers meeting Land to Market standards
Catchment groups doing ‘phenomenal’ work on very tight budgets.
The aquaculture industry will receive a cash injection to ease workforce woes and grow the industry.
Large-scale endeavour will unlock Northland bounty, minister says.
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