Sally Rae

Trust works more at top of the cliff

Trust works more at top of the cliff

The Otago Rural Support Trust's emphasis is changing.

Shepherd makes tracks to France

Shepherd makes tracks to France

Come September it will be ''au revoir Waihaorunga'' and ''bonjour France'' for young South Canterbury shepherd Alex Reekers.

Shock treatment makes waves

Shock treatment makes waves

It has been an electrifying experiment.

Landscape design business building on success

Landscape design business building on success

Dunedin-based business Design and Garden Landscapes recently received a swag of awards at Landscaping New Zealand's Landscapes of Distinction awards. Business reporter Sally Rae speaks to the company's founder and director Wayne Butson about the path to success.

Fonterra remains fourth top in dairy

Fonterra has retained its fourth placing in Rabobank's latest survey of the world's top 20 dairy companies.

Farmer community raises $22,500 for victims of killings

Farmer community raises $22,500 for victims of killings

''They are our neighbours. We feel for them.''

Retrofit double-glazing system catches on

Retrofit double-glazing system catches on

A Dunedin-designed double-glazing system, which started as a concept drawn on a paper pie packet, is now being sold in Australia.

Shearing marathon for cancer

Shearing marathon for cancer

Shearing has always been a hobby for Tarras stock manager Cole Wells - but now he had decided to take it one giant step further.

Outgoing president warns of debt woes

Outgoing president warns of debt woes

Outgoing Federated Farmers national president Bruce Wills has again sounded a note of caution over burgeoning debt levels in the agricultural sector.

Equine vet gains trip to Kentucky

Equine vet gains trip to Kentucky

Becci Bishop is something of a globe-trotting vet.