Today The Country looks into a big week for Fonterra with its $348 million net loss due to the Beingmate investment and Danone payout, and Theo Spierings stepping down as CEO.
The Chairman of Fonterra addresses the $348 million net loss, thanks to the Beingmate investment and Danone payout. However, the farmgate milk price is up – is this just softening the blow for farmers? Plus - Theo Spierings' resignation.
The Prime Minister talks about more losses for the regions as Air New Zealand cuts another destination, oil and gas exploration and changes to processes following the Labour Summer Camp.
Our NIWA Meteorologist on why snow is in the forecast and if there's light on the horizon for the weekend.
The winner of the 2016 Zanda McDonald Award on what the win meant for his farming operation, farming through a green drought in a normally summer-safe area and what to expect at this year's Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final.
Chief Executive of Rabobank talks about food security, and the scary statistic that if we all eat as much as American's do, we'd need four planets to feed the world…
The 2018 winner of the Zander McDonald Award is Business Manager for the Spring Sheep Milk. He talks about what winning means to him.