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Wanted: Superstar Farmers, by Tom Belford
What separates our top-performing farmers and growers from the average and the mediocre? And how important is that to Hawke’s Bay’s economy?
On Death and Dying, by Mark Sweet
Pending legislation would give New Zealanders ‘end of life choice’. What are the issues and implications? Followed by: In Support of End of Life Choice, by Dr Libby Smales
Strong Future Relies on Children, by Jessica Soutar Barron
Child poverty is a problem that affects all of us in Hawke’s Bay. If we are to enjoy future prosperity we must start by looking after our kids.
Winder Report Delivers Bay’s Report Card, by Tom Belford
A report on our region’s lagging socioeconomic performance, the role local government plays in those issues (and how well), and ways to move forward.
Thinking Outside the Paddock, by Keith Newman
The ‘other economy’, the social life of digital natives, venture capital, water skiing at the Ruataniwha dam and unleashing people power.
Going Without in the Fruit Bowl, by Jessica Soutar Barron
Hawke’s Bay is a food basket of New Zealand. But every day there are children going hungry in the Bay.
Dragonflies in the Tractor Radiator … A Good Sign, by Phyllis Tichinin
Which would you rather eat… A soft, bland dull-coloured apple or a crunchy, sweet, bright-skinned apple with light-up-your-tongue flavour?
And more, including a wide array of opinion and entertainment, in our next post.
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