The Hound was intrigued to read an article recently, on the Newsroom website, that shows that Education Minister Chris ‘Chippy’…
Women working in the meat industry have gathered for an inaugural meeting of the New Zealand chapter of Meat Business Women (MBW) this week.
The idea of empowering women in wine here in New Zealand was first mooted within the halls of New Zealand Winegrowers (NZW) last year, and has quickly grown from a suggestion, to a real initiative.
In tough times people need to look to leaders, says Jo Finer, Fonterra's general manager of New Zealand industry affairs.
West Coast dairy farmer Renee Rooney is one of many young women who are playing a more active part in farmer politics...
The Agri-Women's Development Trust business programme for sheep and beef farming women has been confirmed for 2016 with funding from the Red Meat Profit Partnership.
Joanne Taylor's rural lifestyle magazine Latitude has won the supreme award at the Enterprising Rural Women Awards held in Nelson on Saturday.
A new network on the North Island East Coast has sprung from a vision for supporting and developing women in farming.
Planning the launch of her own range of wines, Hayley Young was keen to reflect women’s success and their contribution to society in the brand.
The success of a national programme to develop the business skills and confidence of women on sheep and beef farms has led to its extension in 2016.