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Crowdfunding bid to finance ‘rabbit map’

Crowdfunding bid to finance ‘rabbit map’

Crowdfunding is being used in a bid to fund an online mapping tool to help in the war against rabbits.

Alliance taking NZ produce to the world

Alliance taking NZ produce to the world

Alliance Group is looking at how to "take a New Zealand Inc story to the world''.

Ravensdown scholarship winner

Ravensdown scholarship winner

East Otago teenager Lucy Bell is the latest recipient of the Hugh Williams Ravensdown Memorial university scholarship.

Dunedin firm Timely finalist in national awards

Recognition keeps coming for Dunedin company Timely, which offers a cloud-based appointment management system for businesses scheduling staff and services.

Eyes on lamb price as supply falls

Time will tell which "fork in the road'' lamb prices will take over the coming months, ASB rural economist Nathan Penny says.

Trio excited to tour woolsheds again

Trio excited to tour woolsheds again

Mel Parsons is just a little bit excited.

Synlait formula boost possible

Synlait is exploring the possibility of accelerating investment in its processing capability to meet burgeoning demand for canned infant formula.

Farmer confidence hits 10-year low

Farmer confidence in New Zealand has hit a near 10-year low, driven by concern over falling commodity prices.

Westland Milk Products drops forecast payout

Westland Milk Products drops forecast  payout

Westland Milk Products has dropped its forecast payout to $3.90-$4 for the 2015-16 season.

Low dairy prices possible risk to financial stability

Financial stability, rather than economic growth, might be the biggest risk from low dairy prices, a HSBC report says.