Landscaper Tammy Taylor was born and bred in Glenorchy — back when it was a bit more ‘‘rural’’.
A disappointed Otago farming sector says it has been left in the lurch by the Environment Court’s interim decision on the Otago Regional Council’s water permits plan change.
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to an end, reporter Sandy Eggleston talks to Jane Allen about her journey with the disease.
In an era where the only certainty is change, livestock agent Chris Swale says having a good work ethic and 100% commitment has always stayed the same.
University of Otago researcher Alana Alexander has secured a $640,000 to boost New Zealand’s possum control efforts.
University of Otago student Anna Clark has secured funding of $180,000 to follow her dream of finding a more effective pest control method.
Dairy farmers could reap the rewards of a record farmgate milk price if Fonterra’s latest milk price forecast stands.
It has been quite a life story so far for Nenthorn Valley sheep farmers Mark MacGregor and Rachael Armstrong on their road to farm ownership.
The final finishing touches are being applied to the Kurow-Duntroon Irrigation Company pipeline west of Kurow, which is now fully operational.
A young couple are in the early days of ambitious plans for an irrigated North Canterbury farm, writes Tim Cronshaw.
A backlog of job vacancies remains to be filled on dairy farms after the Government opened up a residency pathway for workers.
Vanuatu’s first seasonal workers to enter the country in a one-way travel bubble are on South Island farms.
The sun was shining and the birds singing as scores of Women’s Institute members, in decorated sunhats, gathered for a ‘‘meet in the middle’’ picnic lunch in Ashburton Domain to commemorate 100...
Nick Pyke is not a great fan of being on agriculture’s centre stage, but will step into the limelight for a good cause, writes Tim Cronshaw.
Agricultural and pastoral shows have been an institution reaching across many generations, Ashburton A&P Association stalwarts Tim and Beth Lovett say.