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									   Biosecurity Act: Administration
   Ruminant feed ban regulations
   Wool risk analysis
   New arrangements between MAF and ERMA New Zealand for containment facilities
   Approving animal ID systems
   Development of pest management strategies for exotic animal diseases
   Two new SOEs doing business
   Biosecurity Act: Administration and enforcement
   MAF’s new BSE surveillance programme
   Honey and propolis from Pitcairn Island
   Risk analysis on the importation of specified poultry products
   Biosecurity Council policy statement on interdepartmental consultation
   Risk analysis
   New Biosecurity Authority begins work
   Perspectives on the SPS agreement
   Draft biosecurity strategy for New Zealand
   Animal health surveillance
   Grazing of livestock on Crater Block
   Recognition of South Africa’s scrapie-free status
   Leptospirosis safeguards during imports of horses
   New direction for biosecurity
   The SPS agreement and New Zealand’s primary industries
   Prepared for exotic diseases of animals
   Protecting New Zealand’s biosecurity: links with other national groups
   New containment laboratory at the National Centre for Disease Investigation
   The new role of the OIE in international trade
   Initiative on biosecurity cooperation with Australia
   Progress towards a biosecurity strategy for New Zealand
   Resumption of importation of bovine semen from the United Kingdom
   Imported animals, embryos and semen information
   Protecting New Zealand’s biosecurity: international linkages
   The new trading rules: major challenges for a domestic industry
   Ruminant protein regulations
   Y2K and exotic animal disease emergency response
   South African origin goats will be released from quarantine
   Fragile ecosystems under threat?
   Biosecurity research strategy
   Bioresearch areas for New Zealand
   Plans to enhance laboratory diagnosis of exotic diseases
   Horse and horse semen import risk analysis
   New policy statement sets out commitment to consult
   MAF Biosecurity Authority policy statement on consultation
   Towards a national biosecurity strategy
   Towards a biosecurity strategy for New Zealand
   Disclosure of information for voluntary disease programmes
   Biosecurity Authority to launch new publication
   Notifiable organisms
   Notifiable organisms affecting animals
   Revised risk analysis on chicken meat imports
   Serious honey bee parasite found in New Zealand
   World organisation for animal health meets
   Varroa decision explained
   Tightening the biosecurity net
   Draft risk analysis policy for consultation
   Process for conducting import risk analyses
   Animal welfare – a growth area
   Dutch elm disease under control
   Painted apple moth update
   Interim Commission on Phytosanitary Measures
   Risk Group 2 pests
   Biosecurity research areas agreed
   Bovine Tb strategy
   Biosecurity begins away from home
   Tb tests approved
   Appropriate level of protection: the concept
   Varroa update
   Termites down and out in Otorohanga?
   Noxious weeds knocked back
   A new era in animal welfare
   Australians address layer hen standards
   Massey animal welfare centre launched
   On the border: keeping unwanted invaders at bay
   Contaminated machinery refused entry
   K9 capers
   The thin green line: MAF’s Enforcement Unit
   EU prosecutions
   Fumigation operator suspended
   Border Management Group responsibilities
   Sparrow deaths investigated
   Varroa update
   Johne’s disease review completed
   Risk disk: a risk analysis resource on CD
   MAF Biosecurity contracts: how the system works
   Canine brucellosis tests under scrutiny
   Animal Welfare Act sets key advisory committees in law
   Review of consultative forums
   Interceptions of black widow spiders on California grapes
   Bilateral quarantine arrangement for importation of plant propagation material
   Gum leaf skeletoniser kept in check
   International liaison
   Import requirements for bulbs under review
   Enforcement: MAF’s frontline biosecurity ‘police’
   Watershed year for New Zealand biosecurity
   Instant fines from July 2001
   Shipping container survey
   Biosecurity strategy development team up and running
   Argentine ant revisited
   Yellow flower wasp
   Animal welfare and international trade
   Parrot scam
   On-farm surveillance – a key strand in the biosecurity net
   Foot and mouth disease response
   Bovine Tb strategy
   Risk analysis policy
   Biosecurity cooperation with Australia
   New Zealand’s contribution in world animal health body
   Welfare of animals on inter-island transport
   Devil’s tail tearthumb threatens ecosystems
   Australian guava moth
   Pest plant accord
   Biosecurity down under – protecting the marine environment
   Educating people about biosecurity
   Biosecurity campaign: Stand Together – Protect New Zealand
   Southern saltmarsh mosquito
   Improving animal health surveillance
   Argentine ant control trials
   Approved organisations under Animal Welfare Act
   Salmonella link possible between sparrows and humans
   Tomato disease detected
   Plant pest surveillance
   Foot and mouth disease: A farmer’s story
   My first 100 days as biosecurity minister...
   Disease emergency: are we prepared?
   When there is an exotic animal disease outbreak overseas
   Sea container review
   Interim Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (ICPM): an update
   Bovine Tb strategy review
   No sign of gypsy moth
   Fresh cut flowers and foliage review
   NZ hosts trans-Tasman animal welfare meeting
   Expensive produce: $200 instant fines introduced
   Should pig feeding be regulated?
   BSE: an international public health, animal health and trade issue
   Precaution and the management of biosecurity risks
   More resources needed for international plant work
   Import risk analysis for Cordyline and Dracaena
   Painted apple moth response report released
   Sudden oak death – new disease identified in US
   Developing codes of welfare: a consultative process
   Pipfruit industry certification post deregulation
   Californian grapes back on the menu
   Awareness campaign set for lift-off
   Hull fouling
   What happens to the leftovers?
   Access requested for WA honey
   Uncooked pig meat imports suspended
   New bird quarantine facility
   Links between child and animal abuse
   Kiwi vets succeed in new animal welfare exam
   Biosecurity Amendment Bill
   Protect New Zealand, Tiakina Aotearoa - Biosecurity campaign launched
   Hydatids-free status near
   Southern saltmarsh mosquito control/eradication strategy
   Killer fungus threatens native frog species
   Keeping rescue squads in express lane
   Reinforcing New Zealand’s BSE-free status
   Draft slaughter code to balance religious, welfare values
   Animal welfare in Philippines – NZ lends a hand
   No further signs of Australian beetle
   Seeking a smoother ride
   Biosecurity programme – expectations versus reality?
   New disease diagnosed in goats and cattle
   South Island remains varroa free
   Fire ants
   Climate change impact on biosecurity
   Painted apple moth eradication programme
   Australian pest down but not out
   Phytosanitary certificate
   Methyl bromide under spotlight
   Ensuring imported seeds contain no GM material
   Praise for biosecurity frontliners
   Ensuring insects are DOA
   Technical advisory groups
   MmmLC not a significant threat
   Yellow flower (scoliid) wasp response
   Poultry welfare
   Animal welfare on the farm
   Operational research
   Bovine Tb Board of Inquiry
   Marine biosecurity
   What we really know about biosecurity
   Saltmarsh mosquito in Kaipara Harbour
   Role of fungi and bacteria in biosecurity
   Varroa update
   Risk analysis handbook a first
   Independent welfare reviewers
   Animal welfare conference
   Sea container survey
   Treating imported used tyres
   World class service at animal health reference lab
   Hotline service
   Avian influenza
   Argali sheep
   Varroa alert: South Island apiary cleared
   Paper wasp and crazy ant
   Shipping committee meets
   Forest pest trapping programme
   New plant pests
   Air transport standards for animal welfare
   Black Ferns on the ball for biosecurity
   New Zealand risk analysis expert honoured by OIE
   Protect New Zealand week gets rolling
   Biological diversity and biosafety protocol
   Container survey update
   Giant African snails
   Lettuce aphid spreads
   OIE animal welfare mandate
   Increased sheep and goat surveillance for TSEs
   Options for varroa management
   Aussie biosecurity mascot visits
   Human impacts on New Zealand’s environment
   Hydatids-free status a step closer
   Chronic wasting disease surveillance stepped up
   Live animal export assurance changes
   Pecking order and the welfare of chickens
   Pain expert visits
   Tourist pays price for smuggling budwood
   Eucalypt pests cross Tasman
   Sex pheromone trap developed
   Swift Korean response to FMD
   NZ biosecurity impresses Hawaiian visitor
   Surveillance review
   Imports of table grapes resumed
   Regional councils’ biosecurity role
   Anthrax simulation
   Aquatic biodiversity and biosecurity
   Renewed commitment to Tb vector control
   Dutch elm disease can still be eradicated
   International congress on animal use in science
   Parrot disease threatens native species
   No major change to BSE code
   Anthrax simulation a success
   Red suited man in biosecurity bust
   Computer modelling reduces animal use in research
   Asian gypsy moth conference
   Biosecurity measures for transtasman trade streamlined
   Root weevil discovered on imported grapes
   Downy mildew in carnations
   Deep burial for damaged wheat
   Painted apple moth aerial strategy working
   Gum leaf skeletoniser
   Sudden oak death
   Strong links with Massey
   Animal use in life sciences
   OIE animal welfare group
   Pre-shipment car clearances in Japan
   Queensland fruit fly exercise
   Animal abuse and child abuse links
   Exotic ants
   Campaign against invasive species
   Significant year for biosecurity
   Operational planning for Biosecurity Strategy
   Exports of live animals and germplasm
   Quarantine for all imported dogs?
   Protecting animals used in film making
   Salmonella brandenburg vaccine
   International plant pathology conference
   The surveillance paradox
   Pine pitch canker
   Fall webworm found in Auckland
   Waikato biodiversity project
   Biosecurity risk from international yachts
   Animal biosecurity surveillance
   Use of equivalences in animal trade
   Australian quarantine review
   Quarantine clearances for East Timor forces
   Embryo transfer conference
   Requirements for experimental seed imports
   Plum pox ruled out
   Animal disease response capability to be beefed up
   Regional council biocontrol programmes
   Import health standard development reviewed
   HSNO amendment before select committee
   Animal ethics committees
   Border and import permit charges
   UK animal welfare experience
   Top rating Border Patrol
   Moth response update
   South Island focus for varroa protection
   Varroa transitional management programme
   New charges for live animal exports
   Red fire ant response stood down
   Broiler chicken code of welfare introduced
   Animal welfare on Last Samurai set
   Plant pest incursion investigation team
   Welfare of dogs used in teaching
   Standard for wood packaging materials
   Next-generation quarantine x-ray technology
   Regional strategy for persistent tussock pest
   Major changes to container pathway
   Biosecurity strategy launched
   Ballast water convention closer
   Marine biosecurity risk management
   Ruminant protein regulations
   Prioritising import health standards
   What to do if a snake bites you
   Horowhenua onions OK for Australia
   Pest response brings scientific collaboration
   Fungus fright
   Self-help approach to possum control
   New pig disease provisionally confirmed
   Risk analysis for imported sheep and goat genetics
   Varroa control line moved
   Gum leaf skeletoniser management
   Brown rot response exercise
   Post-entry quarantine for plant material
   ANZCCART conference report
   Welfare issues for broilers and layers
   New transitional facility standard for sea containers
   Avian risk analyses
   Science, research and biosecurity
   California Newcastle disease outbreak
   Varroa National Pest Management Strategy
   Dealing with Undaria
   Wildlife disease surveillance
   Import health standard for sea containers
   Exercise Barrier
   Moth response strategies endorsed
   NAWAC gets tick of approval
   Wildlife management congress
   Dutch elm disease
   Reflecting on animal welfare changes
   Asian gypsy moth
   Sea transport of animals
   Protecting Pacific nations from ant invasion
   Biosecurity Strategy implementation
   Carcass disposal workshop
   Vietnam FMD control project
   Australia-New Zealand quarantine discussions
   Avian influenza
   New biosecurity system taking shape
   A New Zealand FMD vaccine bank
   Ants targeted
   Enhancing sea container risk management
   Simplifying risk assessment of air passengers
   Container inspection training pays off
   Southern saltmarsh mosquito
   Plant pest surveillance
   Timely interception of Gypsy moth
   Protecting our waters from invasive weeds
   Domesticated animal surveillance review
   NZ expert invited to Cambodia
   Pig industry to attempt disease eradication
   Pitch canker – biosecurity success story
   Painted apple moth – days numbered
   Powdery mildew on capsicums
   Biosecurity clearances for cruise ships
   Ships’ ballast convention adopted
   Research builds welfare science base
   Welfare of sheep in live shipments debated
   Developing a risk management framework
   Bagpipes, BSE and bullets
   Wireworm in New Zealand ostriches
   Pacific ant prevention plan
   Mathematical modelling to predict pest spread
   Surveillance for forestry pests
   Container checks prove their worth
   Blueberry rust blows in
   GMO testing methods
   Safeguarding the vitality of our lakes
   Foundations laid for new biosecurity agency
   Molecular scientists compare notes
   Why reindeer had to stay at home
   Animal use in research and teaching: latest stats
   Gumleaf skeletoniser
   Marine biosecurity capability enhanced
   Quarantine – Island style
   Citrus canker in Australia
   Auditing offshore treatment facilities
   Log exports to India
   Meeting expectations of the Biosecurity Strategy
   Biosecurity risks for sub-Antarctic islands
   Koi carp in Waikato
   Southern saltmarsh mosquito eradication update
   Undariamanagement programmes to cease
   Shipping company takes initiative
   Welfare aspects of wildlife marking
   Wheat virus detected in Canterbury
   Exotic disease vaccines in spotlight
   Wildlife surveillance research
   New biosecurity structure: who does what?
   Biosecurity New Zealand directors appointed
   Contingency plans for large-scale carcass disposal
   Aerial spraying over urban areas
   Controlling rabbits with biocide
   Bovine Tb strategy
   National Centre for Advanced Bio-Protection Technologies
   Risk from pinewood nematode
   Research into humane traps recognised
   Reflections and themes from Biosecurity Summit
   FMD: The story we hope we never write
   New RNZSPCA Director appointed
   Weedbusters is 1
   Market access for kumara
   Predators Gallop exercise
   Knowing what’s expected in an incursion response
   Let’s talk: Lessons from the PAM programme
   Health monitoring following eradication programme
   Welcome home with a sting in the tail
   Invasive algae may be here to stay
   Exercise Taurus testing national biosecurity system
   Key welfare codes issued
   Use of methyl bromide in New Zealand
   Vessel biofouling research to measure marine biosecurity risk
   MAF role in National Response Centre (NRC)
   100 of the worst invaders: how do we rate?
   Foot and mouth disease field exercise successful
   Southern saltmarsh mosquito eradication update
   Plans to bring in a new organism? Ask ERMA NZ first
   New organisms: How MAF ensures controls and standards are met
   Operation Waiheke
   Exercise Taurus: Phase one
   Plant quarantine resources boosted
   Australian subterranean termites eradicated
   Marron: Successful inter-agency collaboration
   e-Learning Award
   Keeping watch on aquatic pests
   National invasive ant programme update
   Asian gypsy moth eradicated
   Right story, wrong amphibian
   Fall webworm response update
   New ERMA Chief Executive announced
   Inspectors on animal welfare front lines
   Codes of welfare
   The welfare of animals during Operation Waiheke
   Update for key animal welfare publications
   News from the National Animal Welfare
   Advisory Committee (NAWAC)
   Ruminant protein control programme audits
   Exercise Taurus: Phase II
   Air curtain incinerator trial shows promise
   Carcass burial planning formalised
   Know the enemy
   Dutch elm disease
   Spray programme effective against Florida red scale
   $80 million pest eradicated
   Import standard manages disease risk from imported meal
   Risk of herbicide-resistant seed establishing extremely low
   National invasive ant surveillance
   Didymo containment programme ramped up
   Moth reports show safe, responsible attitude to public health
   Whither, whitefly?
   Nice or nasty plants
   People in Biosecurity
   Biosecurity monitoring: Are there any holes in the net?
   Rare honour for New Zealand animal welfare leader
   Soya meal the culprit in GM maize scare
   Mainland pests threaten Chathams biosecurity
   Managing risk pathways key to marine biosecurity
   (Not) Wanted: Bulbul bullies
   Exotic sea squirt finds under investigation
   A partnership to protect Fiordland’s marine environment
   With enemies like these
   People in Biosecurity
   Weedy gang of four in our sights
   Livestock saleyards – what’s the risk?
   Public participation key to didymo management
   A strategic approach to biosecurity science
   Disease detectives
   RFID technology
   Planning for national centre at Wallaceville continues
   The science behind border protection
   Biological control of pests
   People in Biosecurity
   Education officer appointed
   Avian influenza
   Keeping the South varroa free
   Nationwide surveillance for sea squirt
   Pitch canker simulation an outstanding success
   Pacific Island quarantine awareness programme
   Local initiatives boost ‘Know the Enemy’ campaign
   New era for high-risk site surveillance
   Revamped gypsy moth programme
   Surfing New Zealand’s biosecurity
   Personal responsibility key to stopping didymo
   Pest fish threaten ecosystems
   Fish & Game New Zealand
   Biosecurity opportunities and risks
   Local heroes wanted for 2006 Weedbusters awards
   Border fees under review
   Painful husbandry procedures: code issued
   Risk assessment for Btk products being updated
   PAM spray cleared by toxicologist
   Plant pest list under review
   Putting our heads together: BSE surveillance targets
   Ruminant protein requirements tightened
   Quick action over maize disease
   Subterranean termites found in Nelson
   MAF–SPCA Memorandum of Understanding
   Composting of poultry carcasses
   Proposed changes to border clearance fees
   Aquatic pest weed found in Timaru
   Risk analysis: first tool in the biosecurity kit
   Avian influenza surveillance stepped up
   BNZ head elected president of world animal health body
   Universal animal identification system proposed
   Foot and mouth disease vaccine supply secured
   Official BSE freedom status for New Zealand
   MAF goes to the Fieldays
   Gypsy moth levy unchanged
   Getting in touch on marine biosecurity
   Biosecurity spinoff for boatwash facility
   Noogoora bur found
   Stricter rules for wood packaging
   Doing things right
   Tools for destruction of risk goods
   Fungus hits radiata pine
   Reducing biosecurity risk for the Chatham Islands
   The enemy within
   Ten years of x-ray technology on the front lines
   Hot science on a cold night
   Varroa heads south
   Dutch elm disease field response activities: 2005/06
   Red imported fire ants found
   Tomato psyllid detected in New Zealand
   Guava rust a step closer to New Zealand
   Honey import health standard issued
   New airport amnesty bins
   Pacific off-shore container management programme
   Export of dogs and cats to the United Kingdom
   Aquatic animal diseases and risk analysis
   What’s in our coastal waters?
   National Centre for Biosecurity and Infectious Disease – Wallaceville
   Antarctica under biosecurity threat
   Hot dip for taro
   Editorial - Global and local angles for Biosecurity Summit
   Didymo - 'Nuking' not an option - knowledge and awareness the key
   Caterpillar can leave a nasty wheal
   Communication - one of the keys to effective marine biosecurity
   Accord to protect New Zealand from harmful weeds
   Committee chairpersons reappointed
   Assessing biosecurity risk of 'living dinosaur'
   Emergency hotline a valuable frontline service
   Pest discoveries
   New glasshouses to help in fight against invasive new species
   Funding review of exports and treatment suppliers 2006 - 2007
   Workshop considers pain relief for production animals
   What's news, pussycat?
   Pest Watch: 07/08/2006 - 15/09/2006
   Editorial - International Trade Agreements
   Didymo - Concerns go global
   Children getting 'Check, Clean, Dry' didymo message
   Waterways users hold key to stopping didymo
   Successful handover of mosquito eradication programme
   Uplifting experience for Amagh
   Red imported fire ant - Response update (Whirinaki 2006)
   Excellence in the humane use of animals recognised
   Illegal Australian immigrants dealt with
   Biosecurity Summit 2006
   Defenders of the peace: New Zealand's marine parasites versus exotic crabs?
   Asian Gypsy Moth: How likely is it to establish in New Zealand?
   Imported vehicles and machinery review: Stopping unwanted hitch hikers
   Three-way animal welfare MOU
   Animal welfare in the 'Fast Food Nation'
   Queenslanders pegging back fire ant incursion
   Marine biosecurity collaboration
   Editorial - Partnership the key ingredient for social marketing success
   Didymo control research showing promise
   Border biosecurity science - It's still about people
   The human paradox - Risk-shy adventurers need to be involved in science
   Port manager calls for better coordination
   Delicate balancing act
   Feedback on imported vehicle and machinery risk analysis sort
   Fire ant eradicated at Port of Napier
   Audit finds high compliance with ruminant protein regulations
   It's a wrap! - Smothering squirts on HMNZS Canterbury
   Inter-island travellers get the Check, Clean, Dry message
   International collaborations help facilitate trade
   Consultative committee visits Auckland border biosecurity facilities
   National workshop for animal ethics committees
   The Animal Welfare Committee - the first 500 days
   I don't want half a dog ...
   Goodbye and good luck
   Funding review of plant and forestry exports
   National Animal Welfare Emergency Management Group activities
   Online national mosquito surveillance database
   Editorial - Biosecurity activities create impressive array of career choices
   Multidisciplinary approach to biosecurity at University of Canterbury
   Lincoln University appoints Professor in Plant Biosecurity
   Key biosecurity and welfare role for veterinary profession
   Masters course at the University of Waikato
   MAF careers in biosecurity: skills keenly sought
   Biosecurity careers profile: Putting science qualifications to work
   Multidisciplinary biosecurity teams at regional council level
   Red imported fire ant response gathers speed
   Code of Welfare for Companion Cats issued
   Nelson emphasis shifts to slowing spread
   Queenly outing for biosecurity message
   Hull-wrap technique shows promise
   Biosystematics and biosecurity
   Influx of exotic flies and ticks a continuing challenge
   Multi-agency effort to catch wildlife criminals
   Editorial - Animal welfare - key domestic and international developments of operational and
    strategic significance
   Animal law with teeth - Legislative change and legal advocacy in the 21st century
   Afghanistan - Kiwis contribute to animal welfare in war-torn country
   Identifying farms during an incursion response
   Animal welfare during international transport
   Post-border detection of plant pests improved
   Operation Kadridri - surveillance for invasive ants
   Styela sea squirt response: update
   Three Rs programme promoting humane science
   Shellfish toxin testing without using animals
   Welfare Quality research programme backs EU action plan
   Fish pain revisited
   National Animal Welfare Emergency Management Group - Coordinating welfare response to
    natural disasters
   From advice on 1080 to monitoring global trends - all in a day's work for Animal Welfare
   Codes of welfare - how are they developed?
   Forestry focus for national certificates
   Vertebrate Pests Committee
   Editorial - Improving the way we manage established pests
   What's on your boat's bottom?
   Weed programme snuffing out purple loosestrife in Canterbury
   Kiwi ingenuity brought to bear on marine pests
   $10,000 fine for seahorse powder importation
   Pest management researcher's career acknowledged
   Charlotte's new web
   New code sets out principles of care for deer
   Endothall trial on hornwort in the Wairarapa
   Getting the drift of aerial spraying
   Biocontrol research: understanding what makes possums tick
   Animal welfare and pest control
   Marine pest management partnership: Building New Zealand's internal marine pest
    management capability
   National Pest Plant Accord - Where to from here?
   Biosecurity road to FAME: Participants sought for market experience programme
   Editorial - Biosecurity surveillance - a key contributor to achieving biosecurity outcomes
   The battle for the Pacific: Keeping invasive ants at bay
   What's growing on down under? - Marine biological baseline surveys reveal 18 new exotic
   Pest ahoy! Getting boaties, divers and swimmers on the biosecurity lookout
   Avian influenza surveillance expands
   Fruit fly alert: Vigilant scout does the right thing
   She's apples: Taiwan crisis concludes
   Response to a marine incursion of Styela clava
   International recognition
   Norm Hewitt's mission: 'One of the Family' campaign promotes empathy
   Animal law issues canvassed at Harvard conference
   Editorial - Science: the foundation of biosecurity
   Fluorescent fish spark GM response
   Early detection, early action key to incursion response
   Breeding varroa-tolerant honey bee stock
   Spring-fed creeks: Is it something in the water?
   River control trial shows promise
   Didymo effects on river invertebrates: not as bad as feared?
   Preventing the establishment of exotic mosquitoes in New Zealand
   China likely source of Asian gypsy moth larva
   Kiwi snake catchers train with the real thing
   A biosecurity curriculum for New Zealand?
   NETS visitors impressed with plastic wrap technique
   New database to link invertebrates with host plants
   Inaugural International Pacific Invasive Ant Conference
   Four-way border governance group
   Editorial - New centre continues proud tradition
   Tree planting underlines closer relationship between NCBID and Maori
   New ESR labs opening in 2008
   Animal welfare and international trade strategy
   WOW! Is that a pest in your costume?
   Unwanted pests arrive in comfort
   Full steam ahead for revamped border requirements and inspection system
   Matauranga Maori important component of Biosecurity Science Strategy
   Didymo: New model helps build likely growth picture
   Molecular genetic tools to detect didymo earlier
   Valuable learning experience on testing for vector-borne diseases
   Animal welfare and the OIE
   Editorial - A big year for MAF Biosecurity New Zealand
   Passengers and cruise industry welcome new initiatives
   Didymo: Freshwater users getting the message
   1080 reassessment decision
   Biosecurity Summit: MAF, trade and the cargo pathway
   Biosecurity Summit: Collaboration at the border
   Biosecurity Summit: Biosecurity integral to dairy industry success
   Biosecurity Summit: Process, tools and technology at the border
   The future - outcome-based codes of welfare
   Sixth international conference on replacement and humane use of animals in experiments
   The link between animal abuse and human violence
   Editorial - Aligning our Biosecurity Efforts
   Leverage for Biodiversity Protection on Private Land
   New Zealand's Forest Survey Activities Praised
   Incursion Investigators Support Australian Equine Influenza Response
   Getting Vets up to speed on Equine Influenza
   Equine influenza: Links with equine groups essential for disease preparedness
   Making Work a Breeze at Windy Waterfront
   Assisi Award for Outstanding Contribution to Animal Welfare
   Europeans developing a common vision for animal welfare
   Food animal agriculture in 2020
   Equine Influenza: A laboratory learning experience in an exotic disease response
   Responding to exotic disease alerts - the role of IDC Wallaceville
   Conservation management strategies
   Coordination adds value to pest management programmes
   Australian animal welfare workshop considers international perspectives
   Editorial - Better systems + better communications = better incursion responses
   Biosecurity integral to long-term planning
   Avian and pandemic influenza preparedness activities: 2007
   Hands across the Tasman: How the International Animal Health Emergency Reserve would
   On track for eradication
   Protecting and promoting human health
   Australian termites in New Zealand
   Soil solarisation to eradicate boil smut
   So where the bloody hell are the grapes?
   Equine influenza vaccination - a complex issue
   Expat plant communities useful biosecurity sentinels
   Pests and Diseases Image Library workshop
   Phytophthora kernoviae: Past investigation throws up new answers
   New biosecurity response model
   Editorial - Building partnerships to strengthen readiness and response
   MAF and oil industry work together to protect New Zealand
   Northland battles Manchurian wild rice
   Livestock production and processing: coordination of animal welfare compliance and
    enforcement management
   New rules around vehicle emissions create busy spell for MAFBNZ car inspectors
   Platypus threaten living cultural treasures
   Pyp grass response: a partnership in action!
   If bird flu broke out, how would DOC cope?
   National Interest Pest Responses: A working partnership
   Biosecurity surveillance for small forest plantations
   MAFBNZ and NZEHA work together to prevent and control equine disease
   AgResearch and ESR scientists work to prevent salmonella epidemics
   Massey University OIE Animal Welfare Centre
   New Farm Forestry Association website on forest pests and diseases
   Editorial - Securing future market access through animal identification and tracing
   New National Animal Identification and Tracing system approved
   VectorNet: A tool to plan, manage and control pest control activities
   Pole position for V8 pre-inspection
   Canoe club gets serious about didymo
   Gypsy moth levy unchanged in 2008-09
   Snake training put to good use in Tauranga
   Critical veterinary shortage in Pacific islands
   Ornamental fish focus for PhD project
   Better communication on welfare urged
   Where chickens may roost
   Editorial - Good Diagnostics Demands Good Science
   Plant Pest and Disease Focus for Laboratories
   Expansion of Quarantine Capabilities
   Insects Working 'Leg-in-Hand' With Gardeners
   Working together to make a difference at the border: Diagnostic training for Fiji Quarantine
    and Inspection Service
   Trade Pathway for Table Grapes from Mexico Reinstated
   Only Teamwork Can Make a Team Work
   Veterinary Forensics a Tool in Animal Cruelty Cases
   Cutting Didymo Off at the Pass
   Bio-control for Glassy-winged Sharpshooter in Cook Islands
   Survey Uncovers New Viruses in New Zealand's Allium Crops
   New Zealander Leads International Animal Welfare Efforts Following Myanmar Disaster
   Quality Fruit Exports Ensured Through Pre-inspection Programme
   Lessons Learnt from Emergency Medical Evacuation
   DNA Fingerprinting Lifted Lid on Bovine Tb
   Marine Invasive Taxonomic Service
   Diagnostics and Detective Work: Learning What Ails New Zealand Trees
   New 'Candidatus Liberibacter' Species Infecting Solanaceous Crops
   Remote Microscopy Connects us to Experts through Internet
   Laboratory Accreditation Enhances International Credibility
   Lincoln Diagnostic Lab Moves to New Facility
   Animal Care: Many benefits from voluntary accreditation
   Animal Welfare Disaster Management Course
   13th International Congress on Infectious Diseases: Avian influenza remains in the spotlight
   Jubilee Conference Celebrates SPCA's Achievements
   Editorial - Border Standards: Who we are and what we do
   Analysis and Profiling: using information to manage biosecurity risks at the border
   Containing Sea Container Biosecurity Risk
   Scrap Metal - full of biosecurity surprises
   Mossie Contractor Rescues Trapped Farmer
   Pest Mosquito Eliminated from Kaipara
   A day in the life of a technical writer
   Review to Reduce Risks from Imported Vehicles and Machinery
   Good Training Important for Rookies and Old Hands
   Biosecurity Inspectors - who are we?
   Certificate in Biosecurity Presentation
   Tackling Marine Pests
   Helping ID Pest Plants
   MAFBNZ no longer funding Dutch Elm Disease programme
   Biosecurity Surveillance Strategy- have your say
   Animal Welfare International Update
   Researchers Urged to Speak Out
   Animal Care Technician's Award
   Australian Science Week Attracts Kiwis
   Lab Wins Award for Seafood Toxin Test
   Bird Welfare Matters, World's Poultry Congress Told
   Varroa South Island Controlled Area Change
   Students Enjoy Seeing Inspectors in Action
   Editorial - New Zealand Biosecuirity Summit
   Biosecurity Summit highlights
   Biocontrol expert wins award
   BMAC recommends more container improvements
   Biosecurity "at speed of commerce"
   Biosecurity Science Strategy making a difference
   Science the key to fighting avian influenza
   Searching for the perfect possum control
   Tissue culture – how safe is safe?
   Diagnostic technologies – complementing new advances with old skills
   How can wildlife help detect emerging diseases?
   High tech lab-to-market challenges
   Improving sea container clearance
   Pacific port improvements pay off for NZ
   Shipping industry challenges
   Introduced marine species a major threat
   “We all pay for barnacles”
   The future of pest management
   Experiences from the World Organisation for Animal Health By Dr Rebecca Jennings
   Regional animal welfare gets a boost
   Marine biosecurity: managing risk through regional partnerships
   Raising awareness in the marine area
   FITEC outstanding achievers announced
   New MAF animal welfare magazine coming soon
   Import Health Standard consultation
   Animal manipulation statistics due

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