With additional trains operating across the network, there is a need for renewed focus on rail safety, Transport Minister Michael Wood emphasized at the launch of Rail Safety Week 2022.
Alliance Group’s beef and lamb is the meat of Kiwi Commonwealth Games athletes.
The latest recipient of the Roger Harris (Waihou Valley Scheme) Scholarship was taught at school about the flash flood that tore through Te Aroha in 1985.
Nominations for the Fonterra Board of Directors’ election open today with an election to be held for two farmer-elected directors.
The Innovation title at last night’s New Zealand Arable Awards went to Southland’s Auld Farm Distillery.
Funding from the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) will enable Plunket to extend its volunteer-driven community services to additional rural communities throughout the South Island.
Environment Southland (ES) is establishing a regional working group on climate change and inviting other local councils and Te Ao Mārama Inc. to join.
Nominations are now open for the annual Taranaki Regional Council Environmental Awards.
Inglewood Young Farmer Jessie Waite has been announced as the new Chair of New Zealand Young Farmers.
Entries are now open for the $9,000 Whangarei A&P Society’s annual Agricultural scholarship.
The Kiwi farmer is a uniquely practical sort.
Despite claims by NZ carpet manufacturer Bremworth that an international rival has abandoned an ongoing court battle about the benefits of wool carpets, the legal stoush is far from over.
With his new book Tools for the Top Paddock being released on August 3, Kane Brisco talks to Leo Argent about his experiences on farm, the establishment of Farm Fit, and what led him to writing a book about it.
Newly elected chair of Federated Farmers’ dairy section, Horowhenua sharemilker Richard McIntyre says he’s looking forward to his role.
"Adding pastoral goats with suitable management is the production base to develop a niche in an existing market,” Garrick Batten claims.
AgResearch senior scientist Sue McCoard has been named 2022 winner of the prestigious McMeekan Memorial Award from the New Zealand Society of Animal Production.
NZ's free trade deal with the United Kingdom is a step closer, with the legislation enacting the deal having its first reading in Parliament in late July.
The Hauora Taiwhenua Rural Health Network is welcoming a government announcement to widen the prescription criteria for the Covid-19 antiviral medication Paxlovid.
The standard Global Warming Potential (GWP) measure can be misleading when applied to livestock methane emissions, particularly when these are being reduced.
Australasian asset management firm Tanarra Capital and wool industry stalwart David Ferrier have lifted their stakes in WoolWorks and signalled a significant investment in the company.
Farmer confidence has dropped once again.
Herd improvement co-operative LIC will pay farmer shareholders $26 million this month as a dividend.
In a bid to meet growing demand for its three ingredient products, Allwool limited has recently purchased a wool plant at Te Poi, in the Waikato.
Pig farmer Neil Managh has been recognised for his outstanding service to the New Zealand pork industry.