Large milk tankers have been moved on from urban streets in Hawea after a Hawea Community Association member raised safety concerns.
A six-year-old child was fatally injured on an Ōpōtiki dairy farm last night, police have confirmed.
New national freshwater regulations will be discussed at a second meeting to be hosted by Environment Southland in Invercargill and via Zoom on Friday.
Fonterra’s Edendale site has taken on more seasonal workers as insurance against staffing shortages due to illness.
Two years ago when he was playing for the Southland Sharks, Clinton man Lydon Aoake struggled to stay motivated.
Water: it’s the most valuable asset to anyone making a living off the land and Ward Jones, of MacNeil Jones Pumps, is in the box seat as farmers start to feel the bite of falling...
New Zealand on Friday launched a review of its livestock exports by sea, after a ship that left its shores with nearly 6,000 cows and 43 crew members capsized off Japan last week.
Nearly 100 farmers were the first in the country to "play" with a new ram breeder selection tool during a Beef+Lamb New Zealand Otago Farming for Profit meeting in Clinton recently.
Southern wool classers have received a big tick for their efforts to reduce contamination in wool bales.
Last spring was a "perfect storm" for farmers, and this spring Otago and Southland farmers are urged to prepare feed budgets so they are better prepared to deal with any feed deficit that might...
An entrepreneurial South Canterbury family is proud to have completed its first month in a new business venture, especially during Covid-19.
Canterbury farmers want the Government to leave them to get on with efforts to improve the region’s water quality.
An Omarama based agricultural contractor has turned away more than 15 applicants for the upcoming season including two pilots, for lack of experience.
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.
The Canterbury A&P Association's future is looking more secure thanks to the generous support from the community.