“Give it a go!” – Bay of Plenty Young Grower of the Year
Broccoli and lettuce prices jump
Two more health warnings after potentially-toxic cyanobacteria discovered
Funding for massive fencing project approved
Horticulture supports harsher penalties for food contamination
Farm safety story book launched in wake of tragedy
Top tips for feeding cows this summer
Water storage essential for future resilience
Australia and NZ join forces on plant biosecurity research
Port Chalmers farming family helps keep ‘Halo’ free of predators
The discovery of the first gut bacterium that specialises in breaking down a hard-to-digest substance found in plants suggests that the human...
New Zealand-based herd improvement company CRV Ambreed turns fifty in 2019.
Federated Farmers has said from the outset that a capital gains tax is a mangy dog, that will add unacceptably high costs...
The Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) says the key issue in the Tax Working Group’s proposal is that the cost of its...
Key areas of the Tax Working Group Final Report were disappointing, says Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Leeann Watson.
Three of the eleven members of the Tax Working Group do not favour the Group’s recommendations on capital gains tax.
The Federated Farmers Meat & Wool Council is calling for compulsory regulation of the stock agent industry.
New Zealand’s labour productivity rose 0.3 percent in the year ended March 2018, Stats NZ said.
LIC welcomes Fonterra’s announcement that it will sign up farms to supply milk for The a2 Milk Company.
WorkSafe New Zealand has announced a partnership with the FMG Young Farmer of the Year competition.
Gut bacteria adapting to Kiwis’ love of fruit and veg
CRV Ambreed hits half-century
Feds: Put capital gains tax back in the kennel
Cost outweighs benefit in Tax Working Group’s capital gains proposal
Capital gains tax disappointing for business
Minority view on extending the taxation of capital gains
Feds calls for regulation of stock agents
Labour productivity growth eases
LIC welcomes Fonterra’s a2 announcement
WorkSafe joins Young Farmer of the Year Competition