Thursday, 10 June 2021 07:55

Editorial: Farmers need help

Written by  Staff Reporters
The Canterbury Floods that occurred over a week ago have left farms waterlogged. Photo Credit: ECan Media Team The Canterbury Floods that occurred over a week ago have left farms waterlogged. Photo Credit: ECan Media Team

OPINION: It took Methven farmers Laurence and Philly Rooney a few days before they could access their flood-ravaged farm.


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