French food and drink giant Danone enjoys closer links to New Zealand — and particularly the deep South — than might at first be apparent. Richard Davison finds out...
A shearer who twice struck a lamb because it broke his shearing comb, causing injuries that resulted in its death, has been jailed for 16 months.
Fruit picking and other rural work are likely to feature strongly among tertiary student job options in Otago as a difficult summer holiday work season approaches.
The rain at the beginning of this week raised river levels a little but they are dropping and should continue to do so. This, combined with a good weather forecast, bodes well for the holiday weekend.
The collective colour of petals is what visitors to an Edendale tulip farm flock to photograph, but this year it will have to be done from a distance due to Covid-19.
Central Otago’s horticulture and viticulture sectors are questioning why fishermen from countries rife with Covid-19 have been let into NZ when their workforce comes from countries untouched by the pandemic.
Stop the degradation, show real improvements in five years, restore NZ’s waterways in a generation, and infuriate how many farmers? Hamish MacLean checks in on the fight for healthy rivers after 100 tractors rolled through Gore in protest last week.
Highland dancing trio Lucy, Maddie and Eve Marshall are looking forward to getting back into competition mode.
National alpaca champion Inca Lodge Diego will be in Ashburton this month for the alpaca mini-show being run through the Ashburton A&P association on October 31.
Some of New Zealand’s top dog triallists will be at the Ashburton A&P Showgrounds next week for the Tux dog trials.
Keen dog triallists from Marlborough to Southland descended on Springbank Farm in Levels Valley, near Pleasant Point, recently for the Tux Handy Dog and Tux Yarding Challenges, as part of the...
Pupils interested in a farming future have taken a proactive approach to understand the country’s agricultural history and potential future.
The 53rd Waimate Shears attracted the best field in the open grade since the 1980s, event organiser Warren White says.
Noel McGirr says "all is looking good" for the 119th Amberley A&P Show at the Amberley Domain on Saturday, October 31.