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Nashi NZ joins GIA partnership under Pipfruit NZ
The nashi industry have joined the Government Industry Agreement (GIA) biosecurity partnership. They will be represented by Pipfruit New Zealand Incorporated who signed the GIA Deed on 3 December 2104. Read more

Q&A: Dr John Hellstrom
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Widely known as one of the leaders of biosecurity in New Zealand, Dr John Hellstrom’s involvement in the industry spans almost half a century. The GIA Secretariat caught up with him following the conclusion of his role as chair of the GIA interim FMD Council, to talk about the changes he's seen during his career, and get his views on New Zealand's biosecurity system. Read more

Australian plant biosecurity RD&E forum looks cross-sectoral priorities
The GIA Secretariat recently supported Gisele Irvine to attend and represent GIA partners at the Plant Biosecurity Research Development & Extension (RD&E) Priorities Forum, held in Victoria, Australia. The two-day event, run by Plant Health Australia (PHA), brought together around 90 participants to identify the top cross-sectoral priorities for research in Australia.

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The consultation phase on the future direction of New Zealand's biosecurity system - Biosecurity 2025 - is underway. MPI is holding public meetings and hui in various locations around the country over the next two weeks. We strongly encourage you to get to one of the meetings. Read more

MPI's biosecurity champions and others explain the importance of biosecurity and getting involved. View the video on here. Read more

Government Industry Agreement (GIA) partners have commended Government on the Biosecurity 2025 discussion document released earlier this week seeking input from all New Zealanders on the future of our biosecurity strategy. Read more

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