Sally Rae

Stores to use Dunedin training tool

Stores to use Dunedin training tool

The prospect of being confronted by an armed robber is an unfortunate reality for staff working in convenience stores.

Young entrepreneurs blossoming

Young entrepreneurs blossoming

Melissa Baucus wants to create a stronger entrepreneurial community in Dunedin.

Fonterra equity fund move

Fonterra equity fund move

Fonterra is looking at the merits of establishing an equity partners fund that would source equity from investors for New Zealand and Australian farmers.

Excitement at wool levy possibilities

Excitement at wool levy possibilities

When Sandra Faulkner was a young girl, her father gave her a valuable message - ''don't grizzle unless you're planning on getting involved''.

NZ Merino Company doubles annual profit

NZ Merino Company doubles annual profit

The New Zealand Merino Company has posted an after-tax net profit of $1.9 million for the year to June.

Farmhand pilot programme welcomed

Farmhand pilot programme welcomed

Farming is the career path Emma Hollamby knows she wants to follow.

Brimming basket of benefits

Brimming basket of benefits Every Saturday, thousands of people flock to the Otago Farmers Market at the Dunedin Railway Station. What has made it so successful and what are the at the benefits for the local economy?

Fonterra top payout tempered

Fonterra top payout tempered

It was a funny old day for Fonterra yesterday.

Farmers simply getting on with it

For longtime Taieri dairy farmer Mark Butson, it was business as usual on the farm yesterday.

Dairy farmers' confidence falters

Plunging dairy prices have taken their toll on farmers with rural confidence levels at a two-year low.