A great way to help look after New Zealand’s fisheries for the future is to return any undersized fish, or fish you don’t want to keep, to the sea
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has today issued a new standard to clarify the labelling requirements for exports of infant formula.
Border officials have sent two foreign passengers back to Shanghai after they tried to smuggle a large quantity of edible bird nests through Auckland airport.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) is asking members of the public to be on the lookout for any glueboard rodent traps being used or sold next year.
An Ashburton farmer was sentenced to five months home detention and 250 hours community work in Ashburton District Court on Monday (15 December) after being con
A new biosecurity x-ray machine will help ensure passengers arriving at Dunedin International Airport don’t bring in any unwanted pests or diseases.
The Ministry for Primary Industries is reminding people about the food safety risk of buying illegal home-kill meat for your Christmas roast.
Dairy export revenue will be down this year, but the drop will be partly offset by better-than-expected growth in other primary sectors.
Biosecurity officials have stopped a giant snail and its offspring from sliming a path of destruction through New Zealand’s crop and forestry industries.
The popular Discovery Channel ‘Shark Week’, is a timely reminder of the work that the MPI is doing to conserve and manage shark numbers in New Zealand waters.