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An Otago farmer has been named Young Farmer of the Year for the first time in history.
As the bull sale season picks up around the country, the first on-farm bull sale in more than a decade was held in the small farming community of Rangiwahia, this week. Video
A drug policy document being debated at a United Nations conference in New York does not go far enough, New Zealand's associate health minister Peter Dunne says. Audio
While most New Zealanders were still fast asleep, former prime minister Helen Clark was questioned for two hours about why she should lead the UN. Video
The widow of a farmer killed in a quad bike accident says education, not hefty fines, is the key to reducing accidents and deaths involving the bikes.
Fonterra is concerned about meeting customer demands throughout the rest of the season amid falling milk production.
The number of cattle and deer herds infected with bovine tuberculosis is at an all-time record low.
Russia's new import sanctions are pushing more foreign pork into New Zealand, an industry body says.
Some Manawatu farmers are facing huge flood clean-up bills and in many cases insurance will not be able to help, a spokesperson says.
A stock transporter in north Canterbury says he has trucked nearly 20,000 sheep out of the area to date because of the drought.
Members of the Green Party went without food yesterday to highlight the effects of climate change and the threat it presents to global food supply.
The body representing agricultural chemical companies says bees are not under threat and their population is on the rise.
A man in his mid-20s died in a motorcycle crash on Thursday after police say he fled from officers in the Christchurch suburb of New Brighton. An investigation has begun.