Planning is well under way with Gore and Southland mayors for a ‘‘farm-gate tour’’ of the deep South in early November to visit up to 25 small communities to boost vaccination rates.
The Pomahaka River was once the dirtiest waterway in Otago but a ‘‘trailblazing’’ rural community is uniting to improve it.
The scratching of South Island A&P shows from the spring calendar will wipe millions of dollars from local economies.
For the second year running the New Zealand Agricultural Show in Christchurch has been cancelled due to Covid-19.
It was a fierce battle on the board between the wool industry’s elite shearers and woolhandlers in Alexandra at the weekend.
The 60th Merino Shears started in Alexandra yesterday with an adapted format in accordance with Covid-19 restrictions.
Hospice Southland volunteer co-ordinator Jody Forbes (left) and events co-ordinator Suzanne Prentice (second from left) take time out of the running of the Southern Indoor Charity Dog Trials, held...
Flood recovery works are ongoing in Mid Canterbury as farmers and landowners deal with the impact of district-wide flooding four months ago.
Jake Jarman has been on a roller-coaster ride since winning FMG Young Farmer of the Year grand final in Christchurch in July.
Chris Harris has been looking forward to presiding over the New Zealand Agricultural Show for longer than most.
Brothers Carter and Lucas Smith’s daffodil-inspired cupcake creation resulted in them being named the senior and junior winners, respectively, of Longbeach School’s Daffodil Day lockdown competition.
The Cromwell-based charity Central Lakes Trust (CLT) came of age this year, and since its inception in 2000, has distributed more than $100 million in grants to a wide range of community projects...
A group of Southland farmers is part of a nationwide initiative aiming to consolidate and accelerate collective actions with a focus on water care.
A pet parade and tiny tots baby show are being organised as part of the annual Ashburton A&P Show this year.