Conservation Damage: ‘Aerial Operators WARNED’

Conservation Damage: ‘Aerial Operators WARNED’

Krenite — a non-hormone plant growth regulator that was developed by Du Pont, an American chemical company. A suppression of many ‘woody’ species is the outcome of the herbicide, using water-scluble liquid diluted with water. Application of the agent is used as a foliar spray. Fear, ignorant and dangerous. Herbicides...

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This solar-powered car can go anywhere without a charge

This solar-powered car can go anywhere without a charge

You read the title right – this solar-powered car can go anywhere… literally. Without a single charge, the US$26,000 electric car has a range of up to 1,000 miles (1,600km). The company behind the mastermind car is a California based startup named Aptera — describing the three-wheeled car as the...

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3 new cases of COVID-19 reported in managed isolation

3 new cases of COVID-19 reported in managed isolation

There are 3 new cases of COVID-19 to report today in managed isolation. There are no new cases reported in the community. The first case arrived on December 7 from the United States. They tested positive during routine testing around day 5 and have been transferred to the Auckland quarantine...

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NZ Government: Trade and Development Agreement starts

NZ Government: Trade and Development Agreement starts

The New Zealand Government has announced a start of the country’s first Trade and Development Agreement. Minister of State for Trade and Export Growth Phil Twyford welcomed the new entry into the force today of the Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations Plus (PACER Plus). “PACER Plus will be instrumental...

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One person dies in two-car crash, Auckland

One person dies in two-car crash, Auckland

One person has died in a two-car crash in Auckland during the early hours of this morning. The crash happened on Mount Eden Road, near Three Kings Grove just before 5 am. The road remained blocked while emergency services were at the scene. Motorists are asked to take alternative routes...

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