Dairy auction prices jumped overnight posting an overall lift of 4.8 per cent.
There will be a total of 13 flights from the Pacific Islands bringing 2000 much needed horticultural workers to the country over the coming weeks.
Port boss says it remains committed to providing a facility for customers who have a lawful right to exchange trade.
Rural Women New Zealand is pushing for banks to keep accepting cheques until all rural regions have access to reliable broadband services.
A Japanese butterfly species has been released in Taranaki but don’t be fooled by its good looks - it has a very important job to do.
Gravel buildup is eroding banks and toppling trees in some of Southland's rivers.
Megan Whitehead had two aces up her sleeve when she attemped a shearing world record: A competitive edge and the "Fagan pattern". She used both to good effect.
Industry leader says there is a discussion needed with the Government around wage assistance and training and development.
Last minute entries boost numbers for the historic Northern Southland Community Shears near Lumsden.
Capital provided by a major agri technology fund will help build two new factories producing nutraceuticals made from fruit, mussels and meat by-products.
Blueberry Country Southland boss Simon Bardon couldn’t have wished for more with plenty of people turning up and a full roster of staff for the opening of the season this week.
AgRecovery aims to increase its rural waste collection sites to 100 by mid-2021.
Fire investigator Murray Milne-Maresca believes the hot exhaust system of a truck fertilizing at the time cause a vegetation fire at Opio, in western Southland, on Wednesday.
Frustration is mounting in rural communities as wireless broadband service levels drop as data consumption demands increase.
With a shearing shed full of supporters Gore shearer Megan Whitehead set a new world record.