The future of New Zealand's biosecurity system is under the spotlight with the Ministry for Primary Industries’ (MPI) Biosecurity 2025 consultation phase well under way.
New Zealand’s fledgling sheep milk industry has received a significant boost today with approval of the business case for a new Primary Growth Partnership (PGP) programme.
The calving season for dairy farmers is now in full swing and improvements in calf welfare have been noted across the bobby calf supply chain.
Hon Nathan Guy, Hon Jo Goodhew, MPI Director-General Martyn Dunne, and Auckland Airport Chief Executive Adrian Littlewood today turned the first sod ahead of construction on a new multi-purpose facility for MPI at Auckland Airport.
New survey results show the Ministry for Primary Industries is preventing pests and diseases from arriving in New Zealand through the post.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) and Marlborough District Council (MDC) are continuing work to achieve long-term sustainability for existing New Zealand King Salmon farms.
The Ministry for Primary Industries and the Department of Conservation are using innovative technology to assist the recovery of critically endangered kakī/black stilts.
A team of Ministry for Primary Industries investigators today executed a search warrant at an alleged unregulated meat premises in Turangi.
The Shellfish biotoxin warning remains in force from the northern tip of Matakana Island, southwards to Okurei Point at Maketu.
A Tauranga commercial fisherman has been convicted and fined $3,000 for deliberately driving his vehicle at a fishery officer who had signalled for him to pull over.