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Waimea Kawhaka TB control operation successfully completed
10 November 2015
OSPRI’s TBfree Waimea Kawhaka aerial possum control operation was successfully completed on 5 November 2015. Possums are the main carrier of bovine TB and may spread the disease to livestock in surrounding farmland if they are not effectively control
DOC and OSPRI join forces to fight pests in Conservation Park
21 October 2015
The Department of Conservation (DOC) and OSPRI have just completed a joint operation to battle pests in the Whirinaki Te Pua a Tane Conservation Park in the Central North Island.
Number of TB infected herd numbers at all-time record low
9 September 2015
The number of bovine tuberculosis (TB) infected herds has dropped below 40 for the first time in the history of New Zealand’s TBfree programme delivered by OSPRI.
Farmers urged to have their say on future plans for fighting bovine TB
3 June 2015
New Zealand cattle and deer farmers are being urged to get involved in how the fight against bovine TB is carried out, with a review of the Bovine Tuberculosis Pest Management Plan underway.
NAIT compliance criticisms answered
First H&S Awards recognise leading Contractors
OSPRI’s inaugural Health and Safety Conference in Wellington this week celebrated the leadership of several wildlife contractors.
NAIT online system moving to a cloud-based application
All PICAs are advised that there will be a NAIT outage on Sunday, 11 November between 9am-3pm.