Friday 7 March 2014, with Carol Stiles, Susan Murray, Cosmo Kentish-Barnes & Duncan Smith
Audio from Friday 7 March 2014
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Intro and Guest ( 6′ 40″ )
21:05 Southland District Councillor for the Stewart Island Rakiura Ward, Bruce Ford.
Regional Wrap ( 6′ 58″ )
21:11 Drought or near drought conditions are affecting much of Northland and Waikato, while in the South Island parts of Canterbury were severely battered by wind and rain storms earlier this week.
Cherrylane Miniatures ( 10′ 3″ )
21:17 Teresa Martin breeds miniature horses near the picturesque town of Oxford in North Canterbury.
Tatua Dairy Celebrates 100 Years ( 27′ )
21:27 On the afternoon of Sunday March 2, crowds of people gathered under huge oak trees on a property near Morrinsville in Waikato. They were there to mark the 100th anniversary of the tiny but prosperous Tatua dairy co-operative.
Teresa Martin with Luna and Malibu.
Mailbu posing for the camera.
Ward Councillor for Stewart Island, Bruce Ford.
The Tatua Plant near Morrinsville.
David and Norma Wilton. David's family has been supplying milk to Tatua for 100 years.
Guests at the Tatua celebrations.
Recipes were whipped up using Tatua products.