30 November 2023
Opinion: Nadine Tunley, Chief Executive HortNZ
Following Cyclone Gabrielle, many of the Pasifika workers in the Hawke's Bay put on their gumboots and mucked in on recovery efforts.
6 November 2023
Horticulture has a vital role to play in building, for the benefit of all New Zealanders, an economy which is sustainable both environmentally and economically.
27 September 2023
Horticulture has nothing to celebrate in the announcement by Minister Little to increase the Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) cap by a mere 500 people to 19,500.
16 August 2023
The Labour party has announced that if re-elected, it will remove GST from fresh fruit and vegetables.
9 August 2023
Our industry’s inaugural Horticulture Conference Week (31 July to 4 August) was a rich smorgasbord of content, relevant to the entire industry in the context of the wider, food and…
26 July 2023
This time next week, the inaugural Horticulture Conference Week will be well underway.
18 July 2023
HortNZ, three product groups and the Growers Relief Fund are all using Horticulture Conference Week (31 July-4 August) to hold their Annual General Meetings or as they are more commonly…
12 July 2023
I was fortunate to attend the Nelson regional final of the Young Grower of the Year last Friday, where Dillion Paterson (pictured with me on the night) was announced the…
5 July 2023
I travelled to Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti/Gisborne late last week, to be part of the announcement of further Government support for growers, farmers and businesses affected by this year’s adverse…
21 June 2023
More than 100,000 people – including politicians and Government officials from Wellington – attended the Fieldays at Mystery Creek last week.