Consents from Environment Canterbury and the Mackenzie District Council are now in place for...
Budget 2018 invests in projects to build sustainability, productivity and resilience across the primary...
Australia and NZ join forces on plant biosecurity research
Port Chalmers farming family helps keep ‘Halo’ free of predators
Second sweep of Great DDT Muster gathers pace
Ballance Farm Environment Awards
Horticulture health and safety toolkit
PHA cooperating with NZ to fight plant pests and diseases
Dr Rhodes’ services to science and marine farming recognised
Getting farm animals through the winter chill
Canterbury Ballance Farm Environment Awards
Auckland Ballance Farm Environment Awards
Farmers, dairy product manufacturers and trade representatives in Uruguay and Argentina are hearing a New Zealand take on current agricultural issues.
The Government’s plan to hold strategic conversations with local government about proposals to overhaul the regulation of water is well due, says...
Local Government New Zealand welcomes the Government’s focus on drinking water reforms, but is urging officials not to shut the door on...
The prices that businesses pay for petrol and diesel rose 6.9 percent and 7.0 percent, respectively, in the September 2018 quarter, Stats...
Federated Farmers is pleased to see a new safety initiative made accessible for the wool industry workforce.
Cuts in unsold stocks and a continued resurgence in hectares sown is more evidence of confidence throughout the arable industry, Brian Leadley...
The innovative funding that will enable the construction of up to 9,000 new homes at Wainui just north of Auckland, is an...
The price of lamb chops reached a record high in October 2018, Stats NZ said.
Spending on fuel rose in October 2018 as petrol prices reached record levels, but less was spent on clothes and shoes, Stats...
New Zealand can’t rely on seed banking to save many of its iconic trees, such as kauri, from disease, a new international...
Feds President spearheads delegation to Uruguay and Argentina
Time to address the dry topic of water
LGNZ welcomes drinking water reform, not silver bullet policy making
Fuel drives up transport costs
Tahi Ngātahi enters the workplace
Arable industry positivity on growth path
Shared financial risk will get more homes built faster
Record lamb chop prices as BBQ season nears
Fuel spending up as petrol prices rise
Don’t bank on seed banks to save NZ trees