The Country - Silent edition

Rowena Duncum

22 Sep 2020

Today on The Country, Sam "Lashes" Casey found out he was no longer reading the weather, so he went on a silent protest.

On with the show:

Conor English:

It's New Zealand Chinese Language Week and in recognition of the importance of the trade relationship, we catch up with a man who has done a lot of business in China. Plus we chew the political fat about two upcoming elections.

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Jane Smith:

Is a North Otago farmer and former winner of the Ballance Farm Environment Awards who comments on a weather bomb and whether Judith Collins will land any bombs in tonight's leader's debate.

Mike Chapman:

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The President of Horticulture NZ congratulates the government on rolling out a range of immigration policy changes, to help fill key labour shortages ahead of the harvest season.


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