5:00 AM Govt agency balks at paying millions to 'a very wealthy American with a tarnished reputation' to guarantee public access to his high country station.
Tasman District Council is being urged to stop spending money on the controversial Waimea dam project.
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"We knew it was significant in a national sense the moment we saw it," scientist says.
Scientist who believes people will stop farming animals by 2100 says NZ could become a world leader in producing "clean meat".
Sealord says factory fixes are required on their flagship vessel, but the fish are still being caught.
After two years of record improvements, the team working to make Taranaki's waterways healthier expected results to plateau. Instead the pace has picked up.
Plucky rural school finds way to keep cherished tradition alive in face of cattle disease.
The knowledge and skills of young winemakers were tested last week at the annual Bayer Marlborough Young Viticulturist of the Year.
Internal emails reveal the extent of pressure on the national veterinary lab brought on by cow disease.
It's a quintessential Kiwi image, but farmers could be fined for the way the transport man's best friend.
For the first time since Infometrics' regional GDP surveys began in 2001, the provinces have outdone the main centres.
A guide to help councils enforce resource management rules missed an opportunity for fairer handling of "misdemeanours", Federated Farmers says.
A huge $26m blowout in costs for the Waimea dam could bring an end to the controversial project.
Farm sales are down, and Mycoplasma bovis is one of the reasons.