Work on the expansion of the Victoria Hotel, in St Andrew St,
Dunedin, is ahead of schedule.
New Zealand has urged the Government to "get on with it''
following the release of a discussion paper on fresh-water
Declining demand for lamb cannot be ignored, Beef + Lamb New
Zealand chairman James Parsons says.
Coping with dry conditions on Otago farms and the ongoing
implications is about taking action, as agribusiness reporter
Sally Rae reports.
Prices at last week's Omarama lamb sale were stronger than
anticipated, considering schedule pricing, agents say.
They might have only met the previous day but Nick Stanger
and Troy Love still managed to secure second place in a
More than one in 10 dairy farmers are under pressure from
banks over their mortgages as dairy prices fall yet again.
Alice Sinclair is quite simply unstoppable. On the Tussock
Creek light wagon trail on the Otago Goldfields Heritage
Trust's cavalcade, the adventure-seeking great-grandmother is
A new Primary Growth Partnership programme, focusing on
strong wool, is hoped to contribute about $335million towards
New Zealand's economy by 2025.
Alistair Campbell has clocked up a few kilometres perusing
gullies on Earnscleugh Station - all in the search of the
perfect dog-trial course.
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