New laws only go so far in effecting positive changes in health and safety on farms.
Michelle Pye hopes to become a South Canterbury representative on the Fonterra shareholder council.
Young people should develop a strong base on which they can build a career, says Kirsten Bryant.
OPINION: During his life Dick Wenzel touched so many lives in so many ways and I am grateful that mine was one of them.
Centenarian didn't want schoolmates to make fun of her boots.
Sophie Atkinson started helping her dad move sheep as soon she took her first steps. Now, at 26, she has her own farm.
Cathy Brown of Pahoia has been appointed as the new chairwoman of the Dairy Women's Network after incumbent chairwoman Justine Kidd stepped down at their AGM held in Hamilton last month.
Being almost killed by bulls didn't put off one Manawatu farmer from dairying.
The Frosts are cautious dairy farmers as they have seen too many farmers borrow too hard and go under.
A&P Show brings farmers and townies together to rub shoulders and chew the fat over the state of the nation.
The perfect woman has been found in Wanaka.
Costa Rican university student Carina Chaves was unprepared for winter when she started work in July on a Taranaki dairy farm.
Bees mean berries and right now the Hawke's Bay orchard is full of black and yellow winged helpers.
Chamber chief executive Dot Kettle says goodbye to pay attention to family business.
OPINION: Is there a river of opportunities for alternative income from the farm?
Hidden in the Hawke's Bay hills is a famous red coated girl, Allis Chalmers the tractor.
Taranaki woman struck gold when perfect swarm of bees stopped in her garden, but she wasn't buzzing for long.
Mastitis costs the New Zealand dairy industry millions of dollars each year in lost production and treatment.
A showjumping career came to an abrupt halt for a Manawatu farmer who has found passion in dairying.
It's a physically and mentally demanding time of year for beef and sheep farmers.
Prime office space in Wellington CBD is up for sale.
Jeanine Wardman must have one of the best offices in Marlborough.
Helensville lost a valued part of its living history last week after Anne "Jean" Narbey passed away at the age of 106.
The two brothers earned so much money, so quickly, there were whispers they were drug runners.
Social media is a friend to country women and their families dealing with the downside of isolation.
Owning a dairy farm gives a Taranaki woman a unique perspective into her role as a food safety and regulatory professional in the dairy industry.
A New Zealand red devon breeder says bovine tuberculosis in UK herds is reducing the breed's gene pool.
Bex Warburton is a woman of influence.
The Cheviot Spring Festival promises a day off the farm for farmers under pressure from the drought, and a chance to celebrate spring with their friends.
OPINION: To be thankful and focus on good things doesn't change circumstance but does alter outlook and impact on others.