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His Royal Highness has inspected a Sealegs amphibian craft, visited a Shear Brilliance wool exhibition and seen examples of technological innovation at Auckland University.
New Zealand woolgrowers have discovered an unlikely ally in the Prince of Wales.
In Britain this week it was revealed Prince Charles had met representatives of the British Wool Marketing Board, farmers and fashion experts to discuss the revival of the fibre.
It was reported that two years ago, the Prince identified the need to boost wool prices after complaints from farmers and tenants of his Duchy of Cornwall estate.