NZFGA NEWSLETTER ARCHIVES

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02-05-2018

MPI's new business units launched

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has established three new business units – Biosecurity New Zealand, Fisheries New Zealand and New Zealand Food Safety.

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30-04-2018

Order Gatherer complaints campaign continues

Flowers Australia (formerly the Flower Association) says it has launched a coordinated complaints campaign to bring attention to some of the behaviour of the online site Order Gatherers.

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30-04-2018

Grower businesses wanted for free benchmarking

The ability to benchmark and track performance can be critical to business, according to Flowers Australia.

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26-04-2018

NZPPI-GIA consultation process

NZPPI has started a consultation process with plant producers about the future of biosecurity in the sector.

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20-04-2018

Flowers Victoria looks back at MIFGS 2018

Flowers Victoria reported that attendence at the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show was down to 91,000 visitors, saying that that was not surprising considering the wet Saturday. It’s usually a very busy day for the show.

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17-04-2018

Nat’l Rose Trial Garden People’s Choice winner

A large gold flowered, floribunda rose from Germany has been crowned the 2018 winner of the National Rose Trial Garden People’s Choice Weekend.

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11-04-2018

Flowers feature at May’s Women in Horticulture event

The next Women in Horticulture event will be held at Shipherd Nurseries on Tuesday, 15 May at 2.00 pm.

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10-04-2018

SA’s Autumn Rose Show offers variety

The Autumn Rose Show is one of South Australia’s most spectacular autumn floral events.

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09-04-2018

Significant visa changes for international skilled workers

From 18 March 2018, the Australian Government has implemented a new Temporary Skill Shortage visa (482) which replaces the Temporary Work (Skilled) subclass 457 visa.

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26-03-2018

Flower industry launches crowdfunding campaign

The Flower Association has launched a crowdfunding campaign to give everyone in the flower industry, plus all of Australia's flower lovers, a chance to support a major promotional initiative, The Bloomin' Bus.

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