Export success

Lamb exporting to the UK is set to rise even further following a favourable report by the British government on NZ’s methods of slaughtering stock. According to the report, the standard technique in NZ (stunning the animal prior to slitting its throat) meets both halal and kosher requirements, as well as satisfying the concerns of the Farm Animal Welfare Council. A third of all lamb eaten in the UK currently comes from NZ.


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Neil McLachlan’s London Folly on the Market

Neil McLachlan’s London Folly on the Market

New Zealand interior designer Neil McLachlan’s “eccentric two-bedroom apartment is available  in London’s Bloomsbury neighbourhood on the ground floor of Russell Court, a renowned Art Deco building designed by…