Looking back, Katrina Allan wonders how she ever managed to
juggle motherhood with work and tertiary study.
High on a hill overlooking North Otago farmland is a very
special pine tree. Reporter Sally Rae explains why.
Farmers appear to be ''hunkering down'' when it comes to farm
Need a giraffe or a gondola? Just ask Trish Willocks.
Lake Ohau Station managers Simon and Liko Inkersell are very
aware they live in a special environment.
Economists are seeking to revise this season's milk price
after another sharp fall in prices in the latest
Wanted - Otago businesses looking to take on an
apprentice.4Trades, the largest group employer of apprentices
in the region, was established by the Malcam Charitable Trust
With a background in the education sector, it goes without
saying Otago Chamber of Commerce chief executive Dougal
McGowan has a passion for young people.
Contraction in Australia's beef production this year is
expected to contribute to a continuation of high
Achieving a merger of the two red meat co-operatives, let
alone ''the big four'' companies, would take ''a great deal
to work through'' to find an agreement that benefited all
parties, Silver Fern Farms chairman Rob Hewett says.
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