Your canine crusader reckons it is ironic – and highly appropriate – that Shane Jones’ $3 billion electoral slush fund…
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The Hound, like everyone else in New Zealand, was shocked and stunned by the senseless shootings in Christchurch last month.
Green Party MP Golriz Gharaman is pushing a Members Bill that would give prisoners the right to vote and ban overseas donations to political parties.
With the new Labour/NZ First/Greens government now in power, what changes can the rural sector expect? Reporter Peter Burke offers his view.
The Green Party's list of the top 10 dirty rivers in New Zealand is farcical and brings into question their credibility, says IrrigationNZ chief executive Andrew Curtis.
Your old mate notes that the Greens latest policy – in its desire to 'clean up the country's rivers' – is to implement a wholesale ban on future dairy farm conversions.
It has begun a communications offensive, first by inviting journalists – many from outside the rural media – to attend its annual conference in Oamaru earlier this month.
Organics Aoteaora New Zealand (OANZ) says the Green Party's misrepresentation of the 2016 New Zealand Organic Market Report is not acceptable.
Your old mate notes that Greenpeace is challenging Fonterra to "prove that its massive use of palm products is not fuelling the enormous fires raging across Indonesia".
Feedback on the TPP from agribusinesses has been mostly positive, but the same cannot be said for most political parties. Here's an offering of what some of our political parties have to say;