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A Good Deal From TPP For NZ Horticulture

16th November 2015

Read the Orchardist and NZGrower's November 2015 article by Simon Hegarty on the TPP and horticulture.

Click here to download the article on TPP and New Zealand horticulture, published in the Orchardist and NZGrower November 2015.

Horticulture Industry at a Glance

4th July 2016

Horticulture New Zealand has created a new infographic, detailing the work that goes in to our industry, and the value gained from it.

New Zealand's Food Story; The Pukekohe Hub

13th August 2018

Value of horticulture (excludes wine):

HortNZ director elections 2019

6th March 2018

The Horticulture New Zealand constitution provides for a term of three years for elected directors with one third of directors retiring by rotation each year. This year two grower elected Directors will retire by rotation, and there is one other vacancy.

2019 Horticulture Industry Awards nominations open

9th August 2016

HortNZ is calling for nominations for its 2019 Awards to be presented at the Horticulture Conference Gala Dinner.

Do we really need another fuel tax?

4th May 2018

Reducing congestion on our main roads and making roads safer is something we all want. How we make that happen is the hard question. A simple solution would be less cars on the road, but that isn’t going to happen anytime soon.

Horticulture on a roll

18th October 2018

This week, the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) released its quarterly outlook figures for New Zealand’s primary sector. Horticultural growth for the coming year, including wine, was estimated to be 13.1%. This is a $0.7 billion increase. MPI’s Situation and Outlook for Primary Industries report noted that this was coming off strong kiwifruit...

Tax and the impending death of small business

22nd February 2019

The saying goes: “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”. The Tax Working Group report has been made public and it appears to be true: more taxes and the impending death of New Zealand’s small businesses.