News and stories
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).
Reflection on the 2018 Biosecurity New Zealand Forum
Rosemarie Dawson, Chief Executive at Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Federation of New Zealand (CBAFF), shares her experiences at the Biosecurity New Zealand Forum.
Portable footwear cleaning system wins biosecurity award
The Jacson Cube®, a standalone system for effectively cleaning and disinfecting footwear was awarded the New Zealand Biosecurity Mondiale Innovation Award.
New weapons in the battle for urban biosecurity wins national award
Scion wins Award for creating world-leading pest detection and eradication tools.
Protecting Fiordland from marine pests wins biosecurity award
Environment Southland’s Fiordland Marine Regional Pathway Management Plan was honoured with two Awards at the New Zealand Biosecurity Awards 2018
Iwi dedication to local taonga recognised with biosecurity award
The dedication of Tauranga Moana iwi to protecting Mauao from myrtle rust and building biosecurity excellence in Tauranga has been acknowledged with a biosecurity award.
Reviving the call of the kokako a winning biosecurity project
Waikato-based Pirongia Te Aroaro o Kahu Restoration Society has received an Award for their efforts in restoring native birds to Mt Pirongia.
Keen student takes on the challenge to spot wilding pines from space
Drive around the beautiful wide landscapes of the Mackenzie Country and you’re bound to spot some wilding pines. Bio-Protection Research Centre PhD student Rowan Sprague is working on a way to find wilding pine trees in remote areas by using image data co
Training the next generation of stink bug hunters
In October, during Biosecurity Week in Tauranga Moana, KVH helped bring biosecurity alive for groups of intermediate students taking part in the Creepy Crawlies Meets Primary Production project.