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An analysis of the season finished and grape grower expectations for the year ahead reflecting grower and industry views of trends and issues, production and financial figures. The Viticulture Monitoring Programme allows MPI to provide independent advice on the viticulture industry to the Minister for Primary Industries, government and sector stakeholders. current 26 September 2014
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978-0-478-43760-7
This is a summary of the amateur fishing laws of New Zealand as they relate to recreational fishing. These laws are subject to change at any time and without prior notice. There are heavy penalties for breaching these laws. current 26 September 2014
This is a summary of the amateur fishing laws of New Zealand as they relate to recreational fishing. These laws are subject to change at any time and without prior notice. There are heavy penalties for breaching these laws. current 26 September 2014
This is a summary of the amateur fishing laws of New Zealand as they relate to recreational fishing. These laws are subject to change at any time and without prior notice. There are heavy penalties for breaching these laws. current 26 September 2014
From 1 October 2014, it is illegal for a commercial fisher to remove the fins from any shark and discard the body of the shark at sea in New Zealand. MPI and industry have worked together to come up with a solution that effectively eliminates shark finning without undue impacts on fishing operations where shark finning does not occur and sharks are fully utilised. This fact sheet is one of a series of four fact sheets outlining the Regulations and what fishers need to know. current 25 September 2014
From 1 October 2014, it is illegal for a commercial fisher to remove the fins from any shark and discard the body of the shark at sea in New Zealand. MPI and industry have worked together to come up with a solution that effectively eliminates shark finning without undue impacts on fishing operations where shark finning does not occur and sharks are fully utilised. This fact sheet is the second of a series of four fact sheets outlining the Regulations and what fishers need to know. current 25 September 2014
From 1 October 2014, it is illegal for a commercial fisher to remove the fins from any shark and discard the body of the shark at sea in New Zealand. MPI and industry have worked together to come up with a solution that effectively eliminates shark finning without undue impacts on fishing operations where shark finning does not occur and sharks are fully utilised. This fact sheet is the third in a series of four fact sheets outlining the Regulations and what fishers need to know. current 25 September 2014
From 1 October 2014, it is illegal for a commercial fisher to remove the fins from any shark and discard the body of the shark at sea in New Zealand. MPI and industry have worked together to come up with a solution that effectively eliminates shark finning without undue impacts on fishing operations where shark finning does not occur and sharks are fully utilised. This fact sheet is the fourth in of a series of four fact sheets outlining the Regulations and what fishers need to know current 25 September 2014
News for sawmillers from Forestry and Land Operations. This issue includes an update on the West Coast Wind-blown Timber (Conservation Lands) Act 2014, information on upcoming North Island Forest Act workshops and a look at matai, otherwise known as black pine. current 25 September 2014
This is the first of a new series of wood availability forecasts prepared by Indufor Asia Pacific for MPI covering the period from 2014 to 2050. This forecast covers the Otago and Southland wood supply regions. It is intended as a planning tool for forest industry, councils, and infrastructure and service providers. New forecasts for all nine regional wood supply regions will be published over the next eighteen months, along with new national forecasts. current 25 September 2014
978-0-478-43757-7
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