Connecting the Tauranga Moana biosecurity community

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New rules for boat ramp users a New Zealand first

New rules to stop the spread of aquatic pests across the Bay of Plenty came in to force…

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Novel Way to Protect Aotearoa NZ Borders from Biosecurity Threats

Computer Science and Software Engineering students Aaron Smith, Manoj Paladugu, Joel Ridden and Michael Shannon from the…

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Mature native trees now dying

The first known case of mature tree death due to myrtle rust infection has been observed in…

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The impact of Psa seared into the mind

It arrived like a whisper but fast turned into a scream. Psa was first identified in New…

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Find-A-Pest app continues to develop

Find-A-Pest is an app that provides users with simple options to report potential insect and fungal pests…

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An interview with …. Steve Cotter

This month we chat to new TMBC member, Steve Cotter – CEO of Xerra about why they…

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What a year!

What a year! As the finish line of 2020 draws near, we’d like to say a huge…

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TMBC Biosecurity Excellence Symposium 2020

TMBC Biosecurity Excellence Symposium. Photos: Alan Gibson. TMBC Biosecurity Excellence Symposium 2020 This year’s symposium was our…

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New members… nau mai haere mai

Welcome to our newest TMBC members, Better Biosecurity Solutions We are pleased to announce our newest TMBC members, Tourism…

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Save the date: TMBC Partners Forum

Save the date: TMBC Partners Forum Date: Tuesday 23 February Time: 3.30pm – 5.30pmVenue: Zespri Save the date for…

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Beware unwanted Christmas surprises

Beware unwanted Christmas surprises December and January will see reduced passengers arriving into New Zealand due to…

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Calling all biosecurity champions: last chance to register!

Calling all biosecurity champions: last chance to register! TMBC have joined forces with Biosecurity New Zealand to build…

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Join TMBC to strengthen NZ’s biosecurity team of 4.7 million – that’s all of us!