The Greens recently announced its major tax policy for the election.
There could be another dairy health scare brewing in China and this one starts in our backyard.
Does anyone in the Government understand the essential role St John Ambulance has in our society?
The politicking around the issue of piping more water from the Waikato up to Auckland highlights a couple of key points about water in NZ.
OPINION: The Essential Freshwater policy’s new nitrogen cap has a barb in the tail for dairy farmers and particularly those in Canterbury.
OPINION: GoDairy is another example of the NZ agri sector spearheading the country’s journey through Covid-19.
OPINION: NZ’s rural communities risk being decimated as carbon investors buy up farmland and ever-encroaching pine forests take over more of the country.
Pioneer forage specialist, Ian Williams on how farmers can manage feed and animals as they move into winter.
OPINION: Uncertainty and challenges loom but don’t worry New Zealand, farmers have your back.
Was Fonterra caught napping in Australia?
Wannabe kiwi James Cameron is back in the country, under a special visa, to continue filming his movie during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Moving day has gone smoothly for most farmers but on some farms, some workers aren’t moving anywhere.
Chairman of the Fonterra Shareholders Council, James Barron on why he doesn't agree that the council delivers no value.
OPINION: This winter Southland farmers should not fear drones flying over their farms, looking for cows in knee-deep mud.
Ministry for Primary Industries chief science adviser, Dr John Roche on the indications New Zealand is winning the fight against Mycoplasma bovis.
The man who coined the term ‘Gypsy Day’ is slightly miffed that a term he introduced to New Zealand’s farming lexicon is now being called derogatory, and is banned in some circles.
Finnish dairy company Valio is on a mission to reduce milk’s carbon footprint to zero by 2035.
Fonterra is second to none when it comes to supplying safe and quality dairy products to Chinese consumers.
You can just about understand the NZ Outdoors Party’s stance on 1080. It’s not a scientific stance, but at least it aligns with the views of a constituency.
OPINION: It's a sad state of affairs when the President of Federated Farmers is forced to take a swipe at policy wonks in Wellington for their failure to understand one of the pillars of the NZ economy - agriculture.
Farmers in eight EU countries sprayed milk powder in fields to protest against the European Commission’s “misguided” way of mitigating the milk crisis.
Our cousins across the ditch could soon run out of fresh milk.
Not everyone is impressed with the $500,000 fund announced by the Government last week.
Another dairy company, with partial Chinese ownership, is under fire for claiming the Government’s wage subsidy during COVID-19.