South Canterbury farmer and agribusiness leader Nicky Hyslop believes the Government’s freshwater reforms provide a good opportunity for farmers to strengthen political engagement and demonstrate...
Far from being the one that got away, a 5.4kg trout in the Tekapo Canals has been caught three times by three different anglers.
An entrepreneurial South Canterbury family is proud to have completed its first month in a new business venture, especially during Covid-19.
Temuka saleyards worker and former farmer Pat Corbett would still be milking cows if not for his "bite from the black dog".
One South Canterbury farmer and business owner believes the region is in a drought that could end up being as serious as that in 1988.
A South Canterbury-based farm hand hopes to shed light on people with disabilities who have been overlooked for employment.
An Omarama based agricultural contractor has turned away more than 15 applicants for the upcoming season including two pilots, for lack of experience.
Agricultural contracting businesses are struggling to find staff for the upcoming harvest season, hampered by an inability to source their usualworkforce from overseas....
The Johnston family, from St Andrews, is proud to have survived 101 years on the same block of land — but it almost did not happen.
A dedicated dog triallist has received a boost of confidence after Covid-19 cut his last trial season short.
A South Canterbury farming family has claimed the crown for highest value Wagyu cattle in the country, simply through treating them like royalty.
A Dairy Women’s Network leader has put out a call out for women to come and talk about their experiences.
A lack of interest in the wool sector is the biggest challenge facing the South Island’s sole remaining wool scour.
Simon Kennedy sought a drastic lifestyle change. After a 25-year history driving stock trucks around the country, and with his son getting ready to fly the coop, he felt a call to the farm.