OPINION: What is happening with Organic Dairy Hub?
OPINION: If we have a confirmed government by the time you’re reading this, we should know who will be flying to Dubai on our behalf to this year’s climate change gabfest – COP28.
OPINION: When Fonterra announced its Scope 3 emissions target this month, you might have thought that would please Greenpeace.
OPINION: Camel milk could be the next big thing in alternative, especially across the ditch.
OPINION: New research has revealed that over a third of food products labelled as vegan in the UK contain animal ingredients, raising concerns about potential dangers for individuals with severe allergies.
OPINION: The sudden departure of Fonterra’s chief financial officer Neil Beaumont, just nine months into the job, is raising questions among farmer shareholders.
OPINION: It's been reported that former New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will work alongside leaders from Conservation International to advocate for climate action and better treatment of the environment.
OPINION: The greenies are worried that National will reverse decisions made by the outgoing Labour Government around sustainability and climate change.
OPINION: A change in government has given hope to a farming community wish: that young farmers be allowed to use their savings to buy their first farm.
OPINION: Another school farm facing the chopping block is that of Te Awamutu College in Waikato.
OPINION: At a time when some people are working to narrow the rural-urban divide, one Canterbury school is closing its farm.
OPINION: The French Government is buckling under the pressure of rising inflation.
OPINION: How does Tatua do it, year in, year out?
OPINION: When it comes to emissions pricing and He Waka Eke Noa, dairy farmers are more forgiving than sheep and beef farmers.
OPINION: Health New Zealand says the source of the cryptosporidium outbreak in Queenstown was most likely human faecal contamination of the water supply.
OPINION: Champagne corks would have been popping around the Pacific and New Zealand last week when President Joe Biden, reading from a statement at a summit with Pacific Island leaders, said that he was working with US Congress on a US$40 billion infrastructure initiative for the region.
OPINION: Environment Minister David Parker, likely in the final weeks of the job, remains hell-bent on burning bridges with farmers.
OPINION: Could Canterbury milk processor Synlait be a prime candidate for a takeover bid?
OPINION: There's been a trend for while now of certain media deciding what opinions are ‘acceptable’ and what is ‘wrongthink’.
OPINION: Greenpeace protesters did their favourite party no favours during Parliament’s final Question Time before the election.
OPINION: Farmers have been slapped with another rise in levy.
OPINION: Waikato's newest milk processor, Olam has poached one of Fonterra’s biggest milk suppliers in the region.
OPINION: With the election looming, both Labour and National have proposed huge cuts from public sector spending.
OPINION: Is the Chinese dairy slump coming to an end? Yes, according to one of the China’s biggest dairy companies, Yili Industrial Group.