From youth government representation to the future of education, a raft of issues were tackled during The Social Experiment in Dunedin.
If you're driving past the Kaikorai Rugby Club in Dunedin and see a chap wielding a gumboot, it's most likely Kieran Fowler.
A sale of Beltex-cross ram lambs in Southland last week "went through the roof'', PGG Wrightson livestock genetics representative Callum McDonald said.
Rabobank New Zealand chief executive Todd Charteris has always had a connection with farming - and the South.
Following a strong production season and renewed surge in dairy and meat prices, primary industry export performance continues to outpace expectations for the year ending June 2019.
Emma Subtil sees the opportunities in the primary industries as "endless''.
The accolades keep coming for Alexandra woolhandler and shearer Pagan Karauria.
"PL" Anderson was a bit too upfront about one of his runs in the dog trials at the Wanaka A&P Show.
Ask Allan Dippie how many tractors he has in his collection and he shrugs.
There was something a bit special going on in the equestrian judging at the Wanaka A&P Show.
It was appropriate that, on International Women's Day, Georgie Wallace was in the sheep pens at the Wanaka A&P Show.
A high level of nervousness is apparent in the rural sector around the regulatory environment farmers are facing, Alliance Group chairman Murray Taggart says.
Few know their way around the main ring at the Wanaka A&P Show like Tussock Lucas.
Landcorp has rejected a suggestion by Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker that it is "out of touch" with farmers.
Central Otago pipfruit business CAJ van der Voort will tonight celebrate the official opening of its state-of-the-art upgraded packing facility.
Stringent policing of China's borders, due to African swine fever, is expected to create further export opportunities for beef exporters like NZ Rabobank analyst Blake Holgate says.
Dairy prices posted a seventh consecutive gain in this week's GlobalDairyTrade auction, boosted by a solid 6% gain in whole milk powder prices.
A Southland farming family has invested significantly in the Beltex sheep breed, believing it will be of ''major benefit'' to the New Zealand sheep industry.
Miles Hurrell has been permanently appointed as Fonterra's chief executive.
The sale of PGG Wrightson Seeds to DLF Seeds is now only awaiting approval from the New Zealand Overseas Investment Office.