Thursday, July 7, 2022


More than 4000ha sold to foreigners for forestry

More than 4000ha sold to foreigners for forestry

ByNeal WallaceApr 29, 2022
The latest Overseas Investment Office (OIO) report lists approval for six sales of farmland in Southland, Wairarapa, Hawke’s Bay, East Coast and Northland. They range in size from 160ha at Tuatapere, Western Southland, to the 1275ha Maunga O Rangi Station…

Pastoral lessees wary of CPLA changes

ByNeal WallaceMar 15, 2022
High Country Accord chair Philip Todhunter says while there have been some subtle changes to the access provision, he says there is still much that is uncertain about how it…

Minister hints at tougher tree regulations

ByRichard RennieFeb 9, 2022
Forestry Minister Stuart Nash is concerned pine will become the go-to option for carbon sinks.The possibility foreign buyers purchasing land for forestry may face a more onerous pathway to do…

Renewed confidence in rural real estate

ByStaff reporterFeb 1, 2022
RECORD: In 2021 farm sales totalled $3.5 billion, up $1.5b on the previous 12 months, which was a record for pre-covid-19 times.STRONG dairy farm sales activity in the second half…

Access added to high country reforms

Access added to high country reforms

ByNeal WallaceJan 19, 2022
Federated Farmers high country committee chairman Rob Stokes says details about a change to the Crown Pastoral Land Reform Bill…
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