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    The future of agriculture is on display, on day two of Fieldays at Hamilton's Mystery Creek

    The future of agriculture is on display, on day two of Fieldays at Hamilton's Mystery Creek

    13 June 2019
    Chief executive Peter Nation says the best and brightest ideas are being recognised at this morning's Innovation Awards.

    He says there'll be something in there that will make a big difference to agriculture -- either here or overseas.

    Around 26-thousand people clocked through the gate yesterday.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     Today's News

    Business:
    Almost 90 big companies in sectors from food to cement to telecommunications are pledging to slash their greenhouse gas emissions in a new campaign to steer multi-nationals towards a low-carbon future 21:56

    Rugby:
    Italy has moved to the top of Pool B after a bonus point win to start their Rugby World Cup campaign 21:16

    Entertainment:
    The Emmys is without a traditional opening monologue because they have no host this year. So, we wrote one 19:36

    Law and Order:
    Four other fire appliances are attending a fire at Invercargill prison 18:56

    Politics:
    The youngest candidate standing in Auckland's local body election says young people's voices have been neglected and a change is needed 18:36

    Rugby:
    Ireland captain Rory Best will add another special moment to a career laden with them in Yokohama tonight 18:06

    Rugby League:
    The women's Warriors have let a chance to secure a spot in the NRLW grand final slip past them 17:26

    Rugby League:
    A landslide of second half points has buried the women's Warriors' hopes of victory against the Saint George Illawarra Dragons 16:56

    International:
    With Hong Kong facing a worsening housing crisis, hotels are offering couples somewhere to be alone 16:46

    Politics:
    Details have emerged on allegations a Christchurch City Councillor has sent inappropriate messages to young people 16:26


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