A South Island research trip to look for lake monsters and black panthers has wound up for Australian author Tony Healy, but the hunt continues.
Clandeboye farmers Debbie and Alastair Millar are reaping the rewards of their labours.
Trudy Bensted is planning the next chapter in her life, packing up her family and moving farms.
Geraldine High School duo Ben Chambers and Jakob Stachurski won the Aorangi TeenAg Regional Final in Waimate on Saturday.
Waimate High School pupils Eliane Craig, Charlotte Hurst, and Ruby Shortus are the AgriKidsNZ Aorangi winners.
West Coast dairy farmer Andrew Wiffen will compete in his second FMG Young Farmer of the Year grand final.
Oxford Area School took top honours in the Tasman AgriKids regional final for the first time.
Angus Grant is a city boy who dreams of being a farmer.
She calls herself a multipotentialite.
Waipahi sheep farmers Ross, Alexa and Logan Wallace are this year’s Otago Ballance Farm Environment Awards winners.
Christchurch rural consultant Cam Black (25) won the Aorangi FMG Young Farmer of the Year title at the Waimate showgrounds on Saturday.
Wanaka agricultural contractor Richard Woodhead believes more needs to be done to encourage school leavers into the industry as the existing workforce ages.
Competitive shearer and woolhandler Pagan Karauria, of Alexandra, said she was ''a little bit shocked' when she realised she had won a national woolhandling title at the 175th Royal Easter Show in...
Ploughing is not your ordinary type of sport, but national finalist Tryphena Carter, of Riversdale, is not your ordinary type of lady.
After 24 years, he's hanging up his possum trap one last time.
A snowstorm which affected flights from New York meant the New Zealand delegation to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women was 48 hours late getting home.
Competing in rodeos is a family affair for 18-year-old Brooke Elstob, who recently took home the New Zealand rookie barrel racing title after a top season on her horse Puddly.
Ask 23-year-old Matt Adams why he started bull riding.
A woman who grew up on a North Otago farm is now New Zealand’s Deputy High Commissioner in Canada.
The McKay family’s 1914 Robey traction engine is heading to the UK on an overseas experience.