Sally Rae

‘Whiteboard’ project a win-win

‘Whiteboard’ project a win-win

Keeping track of the comings and goings of staff is now a lot more sophisticated at AbacusBio.

Volume,not value, gets record red meat returns

Volume,not value, gets record red meat returns

Total red meat export revenue might have reached a record high in the first quarter of the 2015-16 meat export season, but average per-tonne values were down.

Purple haze proves a hit

Purple haze proves a hit

Blake Foster has contemplated putting a warning sign on State Highway 80 that reads ‘‘caution, purple distraction ahead''.

Southerners in award finals

Two young agribusiness professionals, both with southern connections, are in the finals of the transtasman Zanda McDonald award.

Near-new boiler recycled

Near-new boiler recycled

"Keeping a bit of Dunedin steam in Dunedin'' is how Chris O'Leary describes the soon-to-be installed boiler in the new Emerson's Brewery.

NZ wine exports up 8.5% in volume, 13.1% in value on light harvest

Continued strong growth in export demand for New Zealand wine is rapidly depleting inventories after a light 2015 harvest.

Dairy descends deeper into doldrums

Bad news for dairy farmers continues with another drop in global dairy prices, leading banks to further trim milk price forecasts.

Silver Fern 'flatout' as venture approvals loom

Silver Fern 'flatout' as venture approvals loom

Chinese regulatory approval for the Silver Fern Farms-Shanghai Maling deal is hoped for "in the next month or so''.

South Island milk collection holds up

Fonterra's South Island milk collection fared better than the North Island in December, with a 2% increase on the corresponding month in 2014.

Work is play, says pharmacy owner

Work is play, says pharmacy owner

Chin Loh has just the antidote to keep Dunedin residents healthy.