At Boneline in Waipara, Paul Goodege ferments grapes grown on the fossils of dinosaurs, the bones of moa, and a…
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It has begun a communications offensive, first by inviting journalists – many from outside the rural media – to attend its annual conference in Oamaru earlier this month.
The results of the remit votes at Beef + Lamb NZ's recent annual meeting must surely be the final nail in the coffin of the meat sector ginger group MIE.
With the festive season now a distant memory, the New Zealand wine industry is gearing itself up for the 2016 vintage.
News that the TPP is to be signed here early next month will no doubt fire up outrage, ridiculous claims and pontificating by the usual array of serial protestors, desperate politicians and other economic Luddites.
'Grossly irresponsible' is how New Zealand's special agricultural trade envoy Mike Petersen has rightly described animal rights group SAFE's placement of an anti-NZ dairy farming ad in a British newspaper.
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I wrote four COVID-19 story intros in a week, before realising it was a fool’s game.
Two PhD students from Victoria University have developed a machine that could change the face of winemaking in New Zealand.
The Bragato Research Institute is breaking ground in terms of its research winery.
On a fine March morning, Nick Mills walks down a row at Rippon, tasting grapes a safe distance from his…