The Country Today - 1981 edition

It's the whole show in one go!

Today The Country is brought to you by 1981. On this day in 1981 the controversial South African Rugby Tour kicked off.

On with the show:

Chris Brandolino:

NIWA's chief weather scientist and today's "Greatest American Hero" warns of another winter storm heading our way.

Winston Peters:

The New Zealand First leader, and self-proclaimed saviour of the regions, gets on the front foot over quad bikes, the polls and bottom lines.

Hayley Moynihan:

Rabobank's GM of Country Banking reflects on another good GDT auction result, the healthy state of New Zealand agriculture and her recent visit to the USA for a Women in Agriculture conference.

Matt McAtamney:

We ask the newly-crowned Rural Bachelor of the Year why he's having so much difficulty getting a date?

Miles Hurrell:

The chief operating officer for Fonterra's Farm Source comments on the GDT auction result, peak cow numbers and a wet start to the new season.

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