He has become something of a mask mule.
From singing and shepherding to photography and physiotherapy, Hawea woman Anna Munro has a diverse lifestyle.
They are calling it The Mother of All Protests.
Anna Campbell describes herself as a startup person.
Jet-boating brand Scott Waterjet’s manufacturing move to Dunedin is benefiting four other businesses through an engineering collaboration.
It might be known as the Edinburgh of the South, but could Dunedin also become a distillery destination? Business editor Sally Rae talks to an enthusiastic distiller who likens the city’s potential...
Ingka Group — one of 12 different groups of companies that own Swedish furniture and homeware giant Ikea — has bought a 5500ha sheep and beef station in the Catlins for forestry development.
Timely's Ryan Baker has left his leadership role at the company he co-founded and which was sold earlier this year in a deal worth about $135 million.
Ingka Group — one of 12 different groups of companies that own Swedish furniture and homeware giant IKEA — has got the green light to buy a 5500ha sheep and beef station in the Catlins for forestry development.
Economists are predicting lamb prices could reach as high as $9.65-$9.75kg as they continue to exceed record highs.
Feuding royals, giant robot cricketers and dungeon-crawlers.
Surrounded by her much loved team of working dogs — plus pet miniature schnauzer Mickey — casual shepherd Kate Poulsen reckons she is literally living the proverbial dream. She talks to rural...
For more than 120 years, generations of a Mosgiel- based family have been dealing with other families at the most difficult times in their lives. Business editor Sally Rae talks to Clark Campbell,...
Taieri dairy farm manager Dale Harris, pictured with children Lexi (7) and Lane (9), supports the Groundswell New Zealand protest by blasting horns from the hilltops yesterday.
Groundswell New Zealand says it is planning a "major nationwide protest event" in November, following a lack of response by the Government to its concerns.
"It's just being real." That’s what Nelson peanut butter king Pic Picot credits his success in the food industry to, a business which has grown from a market stall to a factory employing 55 people, exporting the spread worldwide.
As the microscope focuses on Manuherikia River in Central Otago and its future minimum flows, Sally Rae talks to award-winning Omakau farmer Anna Gillespie about the stress the rural community is under.
Potentially, they are Otago’s youngest entrepreneurs.
Farmer confidence might be holding but the latest Federated Farmers farm confidence survey shows a deepening concern about the ability to plug workforce gaps.
The green light has been pushed on the Tiaki Maniototo — Protection Maniototo project which will receive $4.55 million funding from the Freshwater Improvement Fund over the next five years.