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Landcorp looking into Crafar farms bid

Landcorp looking into Crafar farms bid
Wellington, May 27 NZPA - No government pressure was put on Landcorp to consider bidding for Crafar farms, its chief executive Chris Kelly says.

Landcorp looking into Crafar farms bid

Landcorp looking into Crafar farms bid
Wellington, May 27 NZPA - The Government's Landcorp farming operation is considering whether it might bid for 16 North Island farms formerly owned by members of the Crafar family.

Govt announces latest primary sector funding recipients

Govt announces latest primary sector funding recipients
Wellington, May 26 NZPA - The latest round of Primary Growth Partnership (PGP) funding has been spread across forestry, merino wool and arable farming organisations.

ACT's ETS campaign worries the Government

ACT's ETS campaign worries the Government
Wellington, May 26 NZPA - The Government is concerned about the campaign the ACT Party is running against the emissions trading scheme and says figures it is spreading around about the cost are misleading.

Ag inclusion from 2015 in ETS in doubt

Ag inclusion from 2015 in ETS in doubt
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, May 25 NZPA - The Government is keeping an open mind about future inclusion of agriculture in its emissions trading scheme (ETS), Agriculture Minister David Carter says.

Carter says he did not know about Crafar deal

Carter says he did not know about Crafar deal
Wellington, May 25 NZPA - Agriculture Minister David Carter says when he made remarks that a sale currently being considered by the Overseas Investment Office is unlikely to go through he was unaware that contracts had been signed.

Carter told to stop commenting on Crafar sale

Carter told to stop commenting on Crafar sale
Wellington, May 24 NZPA - Agriculture Minister David Carter has been told off by Prime Minister John Key for saying a sale currently being considered by the Overseas Investment Office is unlikely to go through.

Carter told to stop commenting on Crafar sale

Carter told to stop commenting on Crafar sale
Wellington, May 24 NZPA - Agriculture Minister David Carter has been told off by Prime Minister John Key for saying a sale currently being considered by the Overseas Investment Office is unlikely to go through.

NZers underestimate value of ag sector - Key

NZers underestimate value of ag sector - Key
Wellington, May 24 NZPA - Some New Zealanders are underestimating the value and possible growth in the local agriculture sector which is why Chinese investors seem to be at the forefront to purchase Crafar farms, Prime Minister John Key says.

More money to help the animals

More money to help the animals
Wellington, May 23 NZPA - The Government will help the furry members of society with an $8.2 million boost in animal welfare funding. The budget allocated $5m to animal welfare enforcement, $2m for a review of the Animal Welfare Act and $1.2m for SPCA enforcement work.

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