Tailing or skippering boats.
A perfect marriage between farming and financial know-how has led South Otago-born Nigel Pannett into a flourishing Australasian agribusiness company.
The Australian Outback is an extraordinary lifestyle says one former Central Otago couple who are giving their children experiences that few others will ever have.
Young Strath Taieri farmer Ollie McLelland has found a career pathway in the sheep and beef sector — and he couldn’t be happier. Alice Scott reports.
They say behind every good man there’s a good woman, but in this case behind every good woman there’s a hard-working dad.
Kerry Pauling may not have had a good run in the Tux New Zealand yarding trials in Ashburton but he gave it a good crack.
Lincoln University tourism lecturer Dr Joanna Fountain has been working with the Post Quake Farming Project to help farmers explore tourism opportunities and to tell their stories.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand Central South Island Farmer Council vice-chairman Sam Stevens sought election to the council as he was concerned about the increasing rural-urban divide.
Chris Herbert plans to show cattle with his boys for a change at next year's New Zealand Agricultural Show.
Considering doctors predicted he would be dead by the time he was 20, Tony Christiansen has packed a lot of living into his 62 years.
Sarah Mosley’s earliest memories of growing up in South Otago are being out in the potato paddocks with her dad.
Kidz Kartz Southland club members (from left) Laura McEwan-Franks, of Invercargill, Holly Eaves of Gore (both 10), Ella McEwan-Franks (11), of Invercargill, and Seamus Mackintosh (13), of Winton,...