The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society, a lobby defending animals used in science has turned its attention to Lincoln University.
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Another year has almost passed us by – again – and it is time for the annual review of 2015's good, bad and ugly in regards to the primary sector as seen by the Rural News editorial team...
Fonterra is selling its Australian yoghurt and dairy dessert business to Parmalat Australia Pty Ltd.
Fonterra farmers are looking forward to higher returns as a result of the co-op's capital expenditure.
Fonterra chief executive Theo Spierings says the co-op must "stay the course" despite market uncertainty.
Fonterra will focus on 'tier three' and 'four' cities in its bid to double sales in China in the next five years to $10 billion per annum, chief executive says.
Fonterra will sell its 50% interest in DairiConcepts, the co-op's US joint venture with Dairy Farmers of America (DFA).
Fonterra is setting up hubs of entrepreneurial young people to develop new business models, says Fonterra chief executive Theo Spierings.