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An announcement of increased rural broadband and mobile coverage has been welcomed by the sector organisations, but they say more is needed.
Rural internet suppliers have improved their time-of-day (TOD) performance over the last 12 months, now matching ADSL and VDSL in urban areas.
Visitors to the Vodafone Fieldays site had access to free Vodafone Rural Connect wi-fi and were able to gauge mobile and broadband coverage on their properties using Smart Farm Test stations.
South Auckland farmer Tony Walters is not a computer buff, instead relying on his teenage children to help him navigate the internet.
Primary sector leaders interviewed by KPMG predictably rate biosecurity as the top issue for NZ's primary sector.
The Red Meat Profit Partnership (RMPP) is to launch a series of computer courses to help farmers put technology to work.
Noticing a dearth of wine bloggers in New Zealand, two former Villa Maria employees have taken matters into their own hands.
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