Jenny Harraway has probably scored her dream gig.
Achieving the Government's net zero-carbon target by 2050 may come at the expense of doing more to meet rapidly growing global food demand, ASB senior rural economist Nathan Penny says.
Oceana Gold’s Macraes site produced its five-millionth ounce of gold this week. The milestone was celebrated very much as a team effort.
A share offer for the last 14% of the North Otago Irrigation Company shares issued but not taken up at the time of the scheme expansion in 2014 now represent the last chance for farmers in the...
It had all the trappings of a Royal birth.
Dairy prices posted a 2.7% lift in this week's GlobalDairyTrade auction, breaking a run of four consecutive price falls.
He might only be young, but Tekapo entrepreneur Lucas Smith thinks big.
A youth employment initiative developed in Dunedin in 2016 has received international recognition. Business reporter Sally Rae finds out more about Youth Employment Success.
Activity in New Zealand's services sector softened in June, adding to a picture of lacklustre economic growth.
It's a long way from Mataura to Dublin. But that was the journey taken by Alliance Group's steak, which won a gold medal in the World Steak Challenge in Ireland.
Otago business consultant and lawyer Kate Hesson was recently named the Institute of Directors Otago-Southland branch Emerging Director for 2019. She talks to business reporter Sally Rae.
Penny Clark-Hall is passionate about helping rural communities.
There is no place in modern farming for winter grazing practices that compromise animal health and welfare, the New Zealand Veterinary Association says.
Coupland's Bakeries has closed the doors of its North Dunedin store, citing poor performance.
Southland's startup scene is set to get a shake-up.
''The future of New Zealand making investment decisions for the future of New Zealand.''
This is the story of a dog called Jack.
Footrot is a nasty and complex disease.
Southland farmers Mike and Kirsty Bodle are looking to create a point of difference - or X-factor - in their farming operation.
Increased protein competition in China is being cited by Rabobank as something to watch as strong demand for beef from China drives up export returns.