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Govt to form National Dairy Board

ROMPIN: The Government will set up a National Dairy Board early next year to plan and spur the development of the national dairy industry in an integrated and holistic manner.

Navy reaches quake-hit New Zealand town

WOODEND/WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Helicopters ferried scores of residents and tourists out of a small New Zealand town on Wednesday as others boarded naval ships, three days after the region was completely cut off by landslides following a major earthquake.

New Zealand's 'Shaky Isles' still on tourist map, just not quake-hit areas

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - British backpackers Alan Hepper and Emily Gray-Upton were shaken from their beds and evacuated from their Wellington hostel when a huge earthquake rocked central New Zealand on Monday, but are continuing their holiday through the "Shaky Isles" regardless.

Canada works to counter protectionist mood of U.S. campaign

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian diplomats are fanning out across the United States to talk up the benefits of trade with state and local leaders and counter what senior officials see as a worrying mood of protectionism swirling through the U.S. election campaign.

Vietnam's Vinamilk seeks to buy second US dairy company

HANOI: Vietnam Dairy Products JSC, South-East Asia’s biggest milk producer by market value, is in talks to buy another US company as it accelerates acquisitions to expand globally and drive revenue.

Fonterra expects to pay NZ$4.25 per kilo of milk solids in 2016-17

WELLINGTON: Global dairy giant Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd, expects to pay its farmer shareholders more in the coming season, but the increase will offer little relief as the forecast remains below estimated break-even levels.

There may be dangerous chemicals from food packaging in your pee

Scientists have found that those who eat out have a much higher level of chemicals from plastic wrappers in their urine. And that is not good.

N. Zealander jailed over China baby powder poison threat

WELLINGTON: An Auckland businessman who threatened to poison baby formula bound for China in a bid to blackmail New Zealand's multi-billion dollar dairy industry was jailed for more than eight years on Wednesday.

Brexit camp can't count on family ties to bind for trade

SYDNEY: Brexit cheerleaders are heading for a cold shoulder if they think the mother country can waltz into the warm embrace of her English-speaking siblings and win free trade deals with them.

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