The sun is setting on the "golden run" for New Zealand’s food exports.
It was the ultimate Christmas gift.
A 4.7% overall fall in this week’s Global Dairy Trade auction ‘‘could have been worse’’, ASB senior rural economist Nathan Penny says.
A 20% increase in gold production from its Macraes mine helped OceanaGold lift production from its United States and New Zealand operations by nearly 20% in its fourth quarter.
A proposal to turn about 38,000ha of Glenaray Station into public conservation land has attracted 32 submissions.
The accidental discovery of an organic soil nutrient on a Southland farm more than half a century ago has led to the recent development of a new healthcare export industry.
The outbreak of coronavirus in China, New Zealand’s biggest trading partner, could have a far-reaching impact, local economists say.
Westpac has revised its farmgate milk price forecast for the season from $7.10 to $7.40 on the back of stronger than expected dairy prices so far this season.
Ask Dunedin entrepreneur Tim Ryan to describe the nine months since launching Otis Oat Milk — New Zealand’s first oat milk producer — and he quips "probably insane".
A Perendale ram from the Gardyne family’s Klifden stud in the Ida Valley topped this year’s Gore ram fair, selling for $15,500.
OceanaGold’s Macraes goldmine celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Business editor Sally Rae talks to general manager Matt Hine about both the milestone and the mine’s future.
David Faulkner recently retired as chairman of Port Otago. He talks to business editor Sally Rae about some of the highlights of his tenure.
"Like all good stories, it began with a boy."
When it comes to the future of farming, Omarama farmer Trent Spittle believes it will be the end users of products who will decide what happens on farm.
The number of lambs tailed in spring 2019 fell by 2.4% — or 552,000 head — on the previous year’s tally to 22.7 million head, with most of the decline in the South Island, Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s...
The ‘‘sheer weight’’ of issues facing farmers in Otago and Southland is taking a serious toll on their mental health and wellbeing, a Beef + Lamb New Zealand Economic Service report says.
AbacusBio managing director Anna Campbell is the 2019 Otago Daily Times Business Leader of the Year. She talks to business editor Sally Rae about her passion for her work and Otago.
Helicopters Otago is the 2019 Otago Daily Times Business of the Year. Managing director and chief executive Graeme Gale talks to Business Editor Sally Rae about thinking outside the square.
From fitness to farming, Luke Fisher is relishing his career move into the primary industries.
Sally Rae talks to Alliance Group's new general manager, livestock and shareholder services, Danny Hailes about his long and varied tenure with the co-operative.