7:50 AM Farmers' need to intensify to pay for a new Canterbury irrigation scheme at odds with requirements to reduce nitrate losses.
As global demand for clean water grows, should Canterbury rethink how it makes money from water?
Kieran Fowler knows all about the strange looks you get tossing gumboots across a rugby field.
The Government is getting serious about animal tracing rules, although the fines are slight.
A Taranaki sawmiller can rest easy after a $1.9m agreement secured seven year log supply.
Greenpeace wants the Government to ban the use of synthetic nitrogen in agriculture.
If plans for a processing plant go ahead in Tararua it could create more than 150 jobs.
Landowner warned after livestock found near Taranaki stream.
A Waikato farming company has been fined almost $60,000 for discharging dairy effluent into a waterway.
South Canterbury sheep and beef farmers are celebrating a great spring as barbecue season ramps up along with the price of lamp chops and sausages.
Geraldine blades shearer Allan Oldfield is set to emulate the achievement of his father in becoming a NZ world championships team member.
Auckland's Oakley Creek has been transformed from a drain into a restored habitat.
Dairy farmers stay loyal as Westland Milk Products seeks outside capital to improve its payout.
OPINION: A protest and a voting quirk means shareholders backed an empty chair as a director.
OPINION: Do they want my genuine opinion, or should I tick the "right" answer?