Sally Rae

Unfazed and excited about losing locks for a good cause

Unfazed and excited about losing locks for a good cause

When Ronda Ridsdale signed up for Shave for a Cure, she decided to get as much exposure as she could.

Buying Invermay 'nice idea in theory'

Buying Invermay  'nice idea in theory'

A suggestion that a company, involving various stakeholders, be formed to buy Invermay has been described as a ''nice idea in theory'' but one that would probably not work in practice.

Conditional deal to sell hide plant

Silver Fern Farms is proposing to sell its Napier hide processing plant to Lowe Corporation, as part of a toll processing arrangement for North Island hides.

Limited competition at wool sale

Prices eased slightly for all types at the South Island wool sale in Christchurch yesterday.

Invermay 'vital for science': farmers

Invermay 'vital for science': farmers

For the past 40 years, Millers Flat farmer Peter Macdougall has used science from Invermay to develop his hill-country property.

Life in South suits Britons

Life in South suits Britons

When Mark and Tracy Lamb bought a physiotherapy business in Milton in 2001, people commented they would have to shift from Dunedin to save commuting.

Fonterra expects more milk

Fonterra is expecting milk volumes to grow 7.5% to 1.573 million kg ms this season.

Urgent call to discuss reform options

Urgent call to discuss reform options

Meat Industry Excellence is calling on Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy to convene an urgent industry summit to address what it describes as a crisis confronting the sector and the country.

Bid for Audacious business challenge contestants

Bid for Audacious business challenge contestants

Kate Turnbull wants to encourage more Dunedin students to be audacious.

Lightning selects Dunedin start-up

Lightning selects Dunedin start-up

Mike Neumegen is on cloud nine.