Progress is being made collectively to address the challenges in the high country, Department of Conservation partnerships manager Jeremy Severinsen says.
Incidents of contracts being cancelled for stock on South Canterbury and North Otago farms, over fears of Mycoplasma bovis, are disappointing and not justified based on the current pattern of the disease.
A Dunedin company is expanding into Australia, citing it as a market with "significant" potential for growth.
A milk price of $7 or above is a possibility this season if the weather does not improve soon, ASB senior rural economist Nathan Penny says.
Adam Lindsay's tennis career may have been limited to primary school, but he has still managed to make an impact at the world's most prestigious tennis tournament.
Global Dairy Trade has signed a letter of intent with the European Energy Exchange to evaluate a new auction mechanism for dairy products in Europe.
All calves on a North Canterbury lifestyle block that has tested positive for Mycoplasma bovis have been euthanised.
Beef and Lamb New Zealand has begun a project aimed at better understanding what impact alternative proteins may have on the red meat sector.
An app developed by two Dunedin school girls to provide support on issues such as bullying and divorce has taken them to the final of the Next Tech Girl Superhero competition.
Blue Sky Meats is down to two directors after shareholders at the company’s annual meeting voiced concerns about the reappointment of Andy Lowe and he was not re-elected.
Design Federation director Annabel Berry is thrilled to have received national recognition for the design agency’s work on the Whitestone City project in Oamaru.
Change is in the air at Keogh McCormack.
Three more properties have tested positive for Mycoplasma bovis, including two further Van Leeuwen Dairy Group farms and a lifestyle block near Rangiora.
A Dunedin-based startup has produced a diagnostic test kit to help farmers deal with the costly problem of bovine mastitis.
Wild horses couldn’t keep former employee Andrew Cotterrell from attending law firm Downie Stewart’s 150th anniversary in Dunedin this week, as Sally Rae reports.
There is a quiet changing of the guard going on at the Otago Regional Council, writes Sally Rae.
Silver Fern Farms is dispatching the first sea-freight container shipment of chilled beef to China as part of the six-month trial to test chilled red meat access into the Chinese market.
If you count the jobs Jillian Dempster did while supporting herself at university and travelling, then diplomacy is No 13.
When a book on the history of the Wilden settlement is launched this month, it will also serve as a reunion.
Growing up on a sheep and beef farm in Invercargill, Lucy Griffiths and her siblings were not allowed to leave home without a woollen garment.