A leading advocate for biosecurity and a 30-year contributor to organisations that support growers have been honoured in Timaru.
Central Rural Life
Across our region we recognise the importance of women's collective place as critical farming partners in the sheep and beef sector.
A year and 100 official updates later, the central South Island is still in the grip of Mycoplasma bovis.
Owners of storage facilities once linked to former Timaru business entrepreneur the late Allan Hubbard have been sold.
There is ''renewed opportunity'' for landowners to get into carbon trees, Carbon Forest Services managing director Ollie Belton says.
The passing of country-of-origin labelling legislation is not about protectionism, Horticulture NZ board member and South Canterbury grower Tony Howey says.
Alzheimers South Canterbury has benefited from a highly successful dog trials event held near Pleasant Point late last year.
The ancient grain quinoa (pronounced keen-waa) is touted as a new superfood but its history stems back to ancient times in South America.
When the debate started about a possible name change for the Crusaders rugby team after the Christchurch terror attacks lawyer Cheryl Simes was unimpressed.
The weather may have frowned upon the Little Rakaia Boating Club's fundraising gala last month, but the event was still deemed a success.