MPI is asking travellers from Fiji to stop bringing "miracle water" into New Zealand if they want to avoid a stiff fine or treatment costs
Three reports published today provide information on the scientific and cultural values of swamp kauri and its distribution in the Northland region.
The release of a second survey on beehive losses is helping build a better picture of the state of New Zealand’s honey bees and the challenges beekeepers are facing.
A dirty vessel ordered to leave Tauranga in the weekend will have to be thoroughly cleaned before it can re-enter New Zealand waters.
Fisheries officers are appealing to the public to ensure they’re up to speed with the rules around collecting toheroa, now that the rare shellfish are making a comeback to 90 Mile Beach.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) today issued a public health warning advising the public not to collect or consume shellfish harvested from Onapua Bay located in the Tory Channel, Queen Charlotte Sounds, Marlborough.
A father and son duo have been fined a total of almost $4,000 after being caught running an illegal black market crayfish operation from their home in Whangarei.
MPI today released a new resource to make it easier for businesses to manage food safety.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) today issued a public health warning advising the public not to collect or consume shellfish harvested from the coastline between the Whakatane Heads and the Waioeka River mouth in Opotiki. The warning also includes the Ohiwa Harbour.
This summer, MPI has intercepted risk goods ranging from the bizarre to the potentially devastating for New Zealand’s economy and environment.