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17 Dec 2018 18:53
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    A multi-million dollar Southland venison plant is up and running

    A multi-million dollar Southland venison plant is up and running


    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has officially opened Alliance's almost ten-million-dollar facility.

    Alliance CEO David Surveyor says it's a world-class, modern plant - reflecting New Zealand's position as a leading and innovative processor.

    The venison plant began processing in September... employing about 70 people at peak capacity.

    © 2018 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     Today's News

    Business:
    An Auckland wine exporter has been convicted and fined 6000 dollars over false wine export applications 18:37

    Rugby:
    Former Wallabies attack coach Scott Johnson has been appointed director of rugby to oversee current coach Michael Cheika 18:07

    Cricket:
    Tensions have bubbled to the surface again between the Australian and Indian skippers on day four of the second cricket test in Perth 18:07

    Accident and Emergency:
    The clock's ticking to remove the wreckage of a light plane, downed in Raglan Harbour 17:27

    Law and Order:
    Chris Dawson granted bail after being charged with wife Lyn's alleged murder 17:07

    Law and Order:
    The family of a hit-and-run victim is finding some solace in the possible appeal of their sons killer's sentence 16:57

    Accident and Emergency:
    It's believed two people are dead after a light plane crash in Raglan 16:37

    Law and Order:
    Canterbury police have arrested a woman in relation to a spate of mail thefts in Diamond Harbour 15:37

    Law and Order:
    A driver charged over an alleged fatal hit and run has been granted interim name suppression today 15:17

    Health & Safety:
    The patient accused of stabbing a nurse at Christchurch's Hillmorton Hospital has been sent back to the facility 14:47


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