God save the queens.
Hi, I'm Philippa and I am the cook on Otematata Station. Our children Flora (4) and Evelyn (2) are the sixth generation to enjoy this wonderful place we call our home.
As one of five new Nuffield Scholarship recipients, sheep, beef and dairy farmer Ed Pinckney, of Manapouri, will be spending several months overseas next year exploring different farming operations.
Two tonnes of Central Otago Boer goat meat was shipped from New Zealand recently to appear on the menus of three planned specialist restaurants in Korea.
''Staying Positive - changing your mindset in uncertain times'' was the title of two gatherings run by Beef + Lamb New Zealand last week.
When Patearoa Romney breeder Janine Smith exhibits eight rams at the New Zealand Agricultural Show in Christchurch this week, she is hoping for a repeat performance.
''Give us a fair go'' is the message farmers will be asking for when they descend upon Wellington's Civic Square tomorrow afternoon.
The pressures of the modern world are taking their toll on the mental state of the country’s young people. Alice Scott talks to a young rural lad who has been through it and come out the other side.
Two years ago, Lawrence farmers Julie and Murray Hellewell decided to seize the day and find their own answer to the dire state of New Zealand's strong wool industry.
Nic McEwan was destined for a career in contracting. He spent his childhood on the bank of Te Anau’s Upukerora River watching diggers and trucks; these days he’s a driven businessman with a...
Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker welcomed last week's announcement of more 4G services in Southland and Otago.
Arguably the world's cutest sheep, Swiss-bred Valais Blacknose are making a home for themselves in the South.
Fonterra has announced a partnership between Farm Source and ecological consultancy Wildlands to reduce the cost of on-farm native planting.
American-born veterinarian and epidemiologist Dr Eric Neumann has made his home in the South while continuing to work around the globe. He speaks to rural editor Sally Rae.
While there are more big strategic decisions ahead for Fonterra this year, chairman John Monaghan is "very confident" in the progress the co-operative is making.
An impassioned plea was made to Fonterra chairman John Monaghan to stand down at the co-operative's annual meeting in Invercargill yesterday, following "disastrous" financial results.
I have been out on the water three times in the last week. On two of those occasions it was pleasantly warm and on the other cold and wet. This tells us that if we go fishing, we need to be...
A recent modest slowdown in production has been cited as one possible reason for healthy gains in this week's GlobalDairyTrade auction.