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The Environmental Protection Authority is holding public hearings this week in regards to its re-assessment of the use of hydrogen cyanamide.
Both countries face national and market targets to reduce methane emissions - and aim to refine how they are calculated.
WoolWorks New Zealand is shaking off a challenging and costly year, as it turns a corner in its Cyclone Gabrielle recovery.
Shearing is in the blood for the Wairarapa-based Gordon family who have been competing in the Golden Shears international shearing and woolhandling contest for decades.
Null segregants are descended from genetically-modified plant or animal organisms, but don't contain the genetic modification.
Revenue was down due to weaker consumer demand in China and losing a major customer in North America.
The power of social media has helped an Irish aPhD student reunite with vital lab notes stolen while she was travelling around NZ.
Top fishing company executives and senior officials will meet to discuss challenges and future options for the programme.
A stellar summer has made for a great export season of New Zealand-grown stone fruits, including cherries.
Farmers holding onto stock for longer may cause problems along the chain, a meat processor says.
Companies are hopeful Chinese shoppers will buy New Zealand red meat this Chinese New Year.
"The most important way farmers can reach net zero is to appreciate that soils can sequestrate carbon," says Scottish oat grower.
The funds are to also help the growers with re-affirming Aotearoa's connections with indigenous peoples around the world.
The farmer-owned co-op is cost-saving while inflation bites at the farmgate, but says it is positive for the future of agriculture.
17 young shearers will try to master the craft in wool sheds across the motu, ahead of the Golden Shears.
The current New Zealand Hass avocado season will be one growers will want to forget.
A US lobby group has backed down on its call for greater import tariffs on New Zealand lamb.
The United States is advancing on the area after a string of attacks on commercial cargo ships by Iran-backed Houthi militants.
Deaf Sports New Zealand says this week's Australian Deaf Games gives deaf Kiwi athletes a chance to come together and participate as equals.
A penguin is getting fattened up at its new temporary home after travelling thousands of kilometres to Aotearoa.
It has been a busy summer season for police and crisis intervention teams helping women and children living with violence in unsafe homes.
New fast-track consenting legislation will allow projects like a large gold mine in Central Otago to go ahead more quickly, while ensuring environmental protections are in place, the Minister for…
A mining company is telling investors swathes of high-grade gold could rest beneath remote farmland.
A lucky female tawaki/Fiordland crested penguin has been returned to the wild off the West Coast this week after a scrape with danger
With the new season of shearing now underway, it is expected things will get worse.