In the wake of the report on the death of Dunback farmer Nadine Thomlinson and her son Angus, Alice Scott talks to Nadine's mother, Ann Restieaux.
South Otago "primary school sweethearts" David and Ailsa Mackie have kept their farm in the family for more than 100 years.
Celebrating fertiliser manufacture Ravensdown becoming a bronze sponsor of Otago Rescue Helicopter Trust at Taieri Airfield this month are (from left) Helicopters Otago chief pilot Graeme Gale,...
Malcolm Mather last entered the Oamaru Poultry, Pigeon And Canary Society’s annual show when he was 17.
The picturesque view from David and Roz Grant’s kitchen, in Methven, looks towards snow-covered Mt Hutt.
Nine-year-old Amelia Brockhurst will wear the blue linen wedding gown of her great-great-great-grandmother this week at the Mid Canterbury Federation of Women’s Institutes’ (WI) annual Federation...
Dressed in her pink gumboots and overalls, 6-year-old Ari Wallace — one of the youngest participants in the Groundswell NZ protest — was wielding a sign in support of third-generation Taieri farmer...
Two Southern farming families, with a shared passion for producing high quality lamb, have teamed up to provide the domestic market with export-quality meat. Alice Scott reports.
The future of farming is looking bright in West Otago if winning the AgriKids competitions is anything to go by.
A Southern mayor and Federated Farmers president are alarmed a rural action group is taking advantage of valid concerns to push "wild conspiracy theories".
As warm autumn days made way for winter, very little rain fell around much of Otago and Southland, and now the realisation of poor winter crops is here.
A lot of volunteer help has been given to farmers and landowners with flood damage, but there is still much to be done, Environment Canterbury councillor Ian Mackenzie says.