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What is Ngāi Tahu’s game plan for the Sanford fishing company?
Director churn and an interim CEO pick raises questions about the iwi's agenda.
Sanford director departures in 'very different circumstances' - chairman
Sanford remains in compliance with NZX listing rules, says Sir Rob McLeod.
Sanford directors jump ship, one cites shareholder actions
And a question emerges over a director's role as the interim CEO.
Farmers say a 30pc on-farm emissions cut do-able - with Fonterra’s help
Fonterra called on to use its scale to support farm target pursuit.
Fonterra's board to shrink next year after green light from shareholders
The meeting covered a lot of ground, farmers at times testy with the NZ giant's leaders.
Fonterra quashes speculation, says clean-up needed to secure export markets
'Even bigger elephant to eat' as Fonterra confronts key issues.
Fonterra wants 30 per cent emissions reduction across farms
Collective farm target is response to growing sustainability obligations and demands.
Mainfreight has post-pandemic freight frenzy hangover
The company's sinking lid means it has 500 fewer employees since March.
Under wraps: Report on Zespri's export dominance for growers' eyes only
Grower body says "communication" of the report's findings has yet to be decided.
Supermarket heavyweight Foodstuffs plans merger, strong reaction expected
The New World and Pak'nSave operator is to apply to the Commerce Commission by Christmas.
Busy year cements Craigmore's claim of being NZ's largest diversified rural investor
Big planting year takes horticulture to 37 per cent of asset portfolio.
Big agenda and some sticky issues ahead for Fonterra's annual meeting
There will be plenty for shareholders to chew over.
Another wave of economic threat looms for NZ businesses
Food, retail and agriculture sector insolvencies rise sharply, according to new report.
Fonterra gets black marks for transparency in shareholder watchdog annual report
Fonterra taken to task about a recent rash of new investments.
Heavy scrutiny ahead for Fonterra's planned big spend on 'growth' projects
Fonterra is forecasting annual capital expenditure of more than $1 billion up to FY30.
Slump in container volumes dampens Port of Tauranga earnings outlook
Annual shareholders' meeting hears of rough seas in economic downturn.
Fonterra science optimistic about finding cow methane reduction biotool - CEO
The innovation could potentially switch off methane production in cows.
Frustration grows over long wait for Environment Court word on Port of Tauranga's growth bid
New Zealand has unacceptable consenting challenges, says Infrastructure NZ.
Call on new government to tackle $200 billion infrastructure investment abyss
The sector says a new report highlights the instability of the project pipeline.
India-NZ trade to muscle up under new National-led govt - business council
India's successful moon landing showcased some of what New Zealand can offer.
Port of Auckland efficiency scorned by users hit with price rises and charges
Every price rise erodes NZ Inc's international competitiveness, say cargo owners.
Ratepayers the winners in Auckland port user price hikes, says Mayor Wayne Brown
There's now pressure on the port to deliver bang for the bucks regarding efficiency.
Holy ship! Businesses using Port of Auckland face price hike
Hundreds of businesses face new, and increased, charges in the new year.
Coromandel’s plea: No, we’re not closed, so come and see us
Income-starved holiday hub will need more than prayers for a good summer.
Mainfreight weighs up risk and opportunities in first climate risk report
The transport company was now considering 'applicable emission targets for the group'.
China a bright sales spot for New Zealand kiwifruit this season
New Zealand season draws to an early close with "steady lift" in world sales.
Govt to progress big changes to dairy export quota allocation system
Sheep and dairy goat milk exporters will get a look in for the first time.