Posted 9th Sep 2019

New award for biosecurity journalism

Entries are open for a new award to recognise excellence in biosecurity journalism in New Zealand. Sponsored by the Ministry for Primary Industries, the Ko Tātou This Is Us Biosecurity Journalism Award is presented by the New Zealand Guild of Agricultural

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Posted 14th May 2019

Biosecurity Trail empowers visitors to protect New Zealand flora

A new walking trail at the Auckland Botanic Gardens gives locals and overseas visitors a chance to learn about New Zealand’s flora as well as the role they play in protecting it.

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Posted 28th Mar 2019

Significant kauri seed collection taking place

One of the biggest kauri seed collections to be undertaken in decades is happening now across the upper North Island in an effort to identify trees that are resistant to kauri dieback.

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DiverInspecting v2

Posted 19th Mar 2019

Better ways to stop marine pests?

Have your say on better ways to stop marine pests in the top of the North Island. With support from Biosecurity New Zealand, four regional councils are exploring whether having hull-fouling rules that are applied consistently across several regions would

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Posted 19th Feb 2019

Science and research fundamental to biosecurity

Late last year, BioHeritage made two important connections in Tauranga – as part of a collective effort to create a world-class biosecurity system for Aotearoa New Zealand.

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Posted 20th Dec 2018

Epidemiology Training pilot addresses knowledge gap

The Ministry for Primary Industries' Epidemiology Training pilot, which ran from May 2018 through to December 2018 included trainees from Korea and Egypt as well as MPI staff and veterinarians from private practices.

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Posted 16th Dec 2018

LEARNZ virtual field trip

For the third year in a row, the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) is sponsoring a LEARNZ virtual field trip

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Posted 13th Dec 2018

KiwiNet training builds industry preparedness

KVH facilitated it’s twice-annual KiwiNet workshop, with around 40 participants from across the kiwifruit industry attending the day’s presentations. The workshops focus on increasing understanding of how biosecurity responses are run.

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Posted 7th Dec 2018

Biosecurity matters to Big Angry Fish

Biosecurity is creating the best environment for our fish. That's why biosecurity is so important to Nathan O'Hearn and Milan Radonich (hosts of Big Angry Fish). Check out their video to learn more about how easy it is to do your bit to protect Aotearoa's

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