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Seasonal workers gain confidence through cooking course
RSE workers served 16 guests, including Central Otago District Mayor Tim Cadogan.
'Fairly gutted': Dairy, red meat sectors unhappy with EU trade deal
B+LNZ and DCANZ disappointed but Trade Minister Damien O'Connor optimistic about deal.
Southland medicinal cannabis firm aims to cut market price by 90pc
Southern Medicinal plans to bring the costly product to an easily affordable level.
Whangārei family combats food prices with pumpkins
A Ngunguru family is feeding its community with an abundant pumpkin harvest
Zespri financial results: Record year for kiwifruit marketer
Grower returns per hectare were the second-best on record across all varieties.
'Won't go down as a vintage year': Estimated $105M loss for apple growers
Bad weather and labour shortages have affected the harvest.
Radical change is happening in NZ's finance industry
There will be more innovative social and green finance opportunities for investors.
'Stunning experience': How Blair Drysdale learned to love Country Calendar
Balfour farmer was initially reluctant to let the iconic show tell his story.
Tolls temporarily waived on Tauranga Eastern Link - but only in one direction
Te Puke Highway, near Pah Rd, will be reduced to one lane for three weeks from May 16.
Apple industry offers job sweeteners for solo parents
The pilot program could be rolled out in other businesses and sectors
Former Navy Captain's new career as horticulture CEO
Royal NZ Navy Captain Shaun Fogarty is now CEO of Seasonal Solutions Co-operative.
Southland saffron grower busy keeping up with demand
Kiwi Saffron owner is keen to expand the number of growers in New Zealand.
Biggest harvest in 50 years for Hawke's Bay tomato growers
Watties has recorded its biggest tomato harvest in the company's 50 year history.
Wynyard Estate Saffron: Growing 'red gold' a labour of love
Saffron prices range from $40,000 to $50,000 a kilogram in New Zealand.
Edmonds urgently sources wheat from Australia after weather ruins local yields
"We haven't been able to source enough New Zealand grown wheat for our Edmonds flour."
Worker hurt in forklift incident stable after surgery
The injured person was airlifted to hospital
'Bring it on': $15m push to eradicate sprays in apple industry
The move aims to enhance New Zealand's "clean and green" image.
Spray-free orchards project wins $7.4m government grant
NZ Apples and Pears begins seven-year project to try to make industry spray-free by 2050.
Spat over kiwifruit growers' rates valuations headed for High Court
Valuer General Neill Sullivan is allowed to present evidence in the case.
Ukraine export woes prompt NZ sunflower oil business to amend plans
Pure Oil aims to more than treble production of sunflower oil due to global shortages.
'Invasion of privacy': Residents annoyed by vineyard lasers
Residents angry at bird-scaring lasers lighting up their living rooms like a dance party.