Sweden's milk war is now being played out on television.
The proposal to relocate Auckland Port to Northland continues to float in open waters.
Three weeks after winning the top prize in the NZ Ice Cream Manufacturers Association annual awards, Wellington gourmet dairy producer Zany Zeus is in the hands of receivers.
As many in the know predicted, the police have made a hash of the gun buy-back.
OPINION: Collectively we must support farmers to become sustainable.
OPINION: The news that most banks are pulling back or taking a more cautious approach to lending to the rural sector should come as no surprise.
LIC national FarmWise manager, Edward Hardie on the decisions dairy farmers need to make now for a good summer.
OPINION: Fonterra's annual general meeting earlier this month was mostly a peaceful affair.
An experiment on a herd of cows in central Japan appears to have proven a radical, nature-inspired solution to a pest problem plaguing farmers.
Another sign has appeared showing plant-based dairy products taking over conventional dairy space.
Interestingly, none of the politicians managed to escape the wrath of farmers at the protest march organised by the lobby 50 Shades of Green.
Rural News last week summed up the disconnect going on in rural communities: “It seems incredible that in times when commodity prices are strong, interest rates low and climate favourable there should be so much angst and concern in rural NZ”
Tom Pow, founder of Herd Homes, on the banking and environmental pressures facing farmers.
OPINION: Primary sector bosses and Government ministers waxed lyrical at a news conference at Parliament on the new deal on agricultural emissions.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is a master tactician in taking advantage of international conflicts.
The battle between milk and its fake rivals is spreading to nurseries in the UK.
Have you ever tried painting zebra stripes on your cows?
The usual culprits are angry at hearing last week that the Government and the agri sector will work together to deal with greenhouse gas emissions.
Talking about elections, the DairyNZ board election is shaping up to be a much more exciting affair.
The final list of candidates for Fonterra’s board election is out. Surprisingly only one candidate came through the farmer nominated process.
Regional Economic Minister Shane Jones gets away with saying a lot of things many other Cabinet ministers won’t even dream of uttering.
At last we see Fonterra shareholders asking questions about its supposed watchdog, the shareholders council.
Minister of Ag Damien O’Connor is confident the government can work together with farmers to improve water quality.
OPINION: New Zealand faces the prospect of real hardship from Brexit.