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The Finfish Research Centre will focus on selective breeding and how fish might adapt to changing environmental conditions.
Despite the fact they are not out of the woods yet, cattle farmers are starting to consider life after Mycoplasma bovis.
A search is underway for a crew member reported missing from a Sealord fishing boat, off the coast near Cape Palliser.
Eighteen farms are now on the suspect list for a new potato virus that affects potatoes used to make chips, and testing has been widened to the North Island.
First there was Shrek the Sheep, but now it looks like Suzy might fleece him in the wool stakes.
A survey on critical topics facing rural New Zealand has found stress levels are on the increase.
A cafe breakfast of quinoa porridge about five years ago has proved fruitful for a Taranaki farming couple.
Fish & Game says this year's trout season is off to a flying start.
A proposed maritime education centre of Aotearoa aims to honour iwi guardianship of the ocean, and educate young people on its importance.
A single mother and her son (pictured) are among many who are affected by the rental crisis in Nelson and Marlborough, which is being described by some as utter hell.
A new drone detection device for light aircraft is on the horizon, an aviation firm says.
A New Zealand-owned oil and gas company that missed out on an oil exploration permit is suing the government for breach of procedure.
Investigations are underway into two overseas accidents involving New Zealand manufactured aircraft.
A tech start-up wants to use airspace in Alexandra to test large drones that could be used for humanitarian and commercial work but local pilots are worried about safety.
Golden Bay is considering a partial separation from the Tasman District Council.
Blood might be thicker than water but it's swimming that binds a former New Zealand Olympic backstroker and her granddaughter. Video
Nelson MP Nick Smith, who introduced the member's bill, said it had enough support to go to select committee.
A solo father of three who drowned after his car went into a river on the West Coast may have been impaired by his cannabis use, a coroner has found.
Nelson Airport's net profit has reached $3.4 million due in part to passenger growth and development of its new terminal.
A three-day hui in Whakatū or Nelson aims to advance legal reform of Māori cultural and intellectual property rights.
A food retailer who exploited migrant workers has been sentenced to nine months home detention.
A University of Canterbury team is a million dollars closer to its goal of developing quake-proof building foundations from old tyres.
The University of Otago has announced plans for a new $150m building as part of a new health precinct development in Christchurch.
The Local Government Commission has released its final decision on local authority reform on the West Coast saying all four councils in the region would now work under one district plan, once it's…
The Canterbury District Health Board's move to outsource surgery was unfortunate, but unavoidable, the head of the senior doctors union says.