Do you love all things homes, interiors and gardens? If so, we have the perfect event for you!
Our ever-popular sellout NZ House & Garden Tours are back for 2022! 🏡 🌸
We’re visiting locations across the country, so make this summer one to remember and join us as we step inside the pages of NZ House & Garden magazine exploring some of the most interesting homes in Aotearoa. Plus it's all for a good cause, with proceeds from tickets sales going towards Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.
Tickets are now on sale. To book and to find out more about all the tour options available, check out our website: www.nzhouseandgardentours.co.nz...
Its been reported that a National MP advised the media that John Key was phoning around gathering support for Chris Luxon to be elected party leader at the upcoming caucus meeting on Tuesday. This was immediately denied by John Key and the original story corrected by the media.
Three things are highlighted by this saga
1) National are at it again with their MP's running to the media every opportunity they get with no loyalty to the party that put them into parliament. In the real world of commercial reality such behaviour would get hem fired.
2) who ever it was got their facts wrong. Surely they should have checked before making any statements to anyone let alone the media.
3) typical media behavour, print before checking the facts, simply lazy journalism or perhaps some personal attitudes at play.
I'm finding it harder and harder to support a party that can't control its members and further its members display this type of unprofessional behaviour
Add milk pregnancy testing to your next herd test, it’s the convenient way to tell if your girls are expecting after 28 days – without them knowing.
But why stop there? Combining animal health checks to your herd test could uncover subclinical Staph aureus, Johnes disease, those who produce A2/A2 milk, as well as your herd’s production worth (PW) to help you make better calls.
Talk to your Agri Manager about adding pregnancy or animal health checks to your next herd test.