Sally Rae

Scandinavian skills paying off

Scandinavian skills paying off

Bjorn Oscar Sollie would like Dunedin to become the ''world capital'' of beef jerky.

2.4% rise in dairy prices

Dairy prices have signed off the year on a more positive note with a 2.4% overall lift in this week's GlobalDairyTrade auction.

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 It's not just the meals that are happy at McDonald's restaurant in George St, Dunedin.

Confidence drives land prices

Dairy-aligned property values have been described as ''defying gravity'' despite falling dairy prices.

Chinese seek bigger stake in Oamaru meat plant

Chinese seek bigger stake in Oamaru meat plant

Overseas Investment Office approval is being sought to increase a Chinese-based shareholding in Lean Meats' Oamaru plant.

New airport head sees 'incredible potential'

New airport head sees 'incredible potential'

Dunedin International Airport's new chief executive, Richard Roberts, may have his roots in the United Kingdom - but his heart is firmly in Otago.

Structural issues remain as red meat sector improves

Structural issues remain as red meat sector improves

Structural issues in the red meat sector still need to be addressed, despite its ''general fortunes'' being on the rise.

Start-up makes most of mentors

Start-up makes most of mentors

Cloud Cannon consumes Mike Neumegen's life.

RMA legal work suits young partner

RMA legal work suits young partner

Bridget Irving came south to study at the University of Otago - and never left.

Farmhand graduate praises training

Farmhand graduate praises training

''Oh, mate, I'm just overwhelmingly chuffed,'' a delighted Emma Hollamby said after graduating from the inaugural Farmhand training programme.