Alan Emerson takes heart from an upbeat Federated Farmers end-of-year gathering.
Dam on the Makaroro River would be useful in flood and fire, says Tim Gilbertson.
There is real risk that if the international rules, and our domestic response, get this wrong, global emissions will go up as milk and meat production shift from NZ to less-efficient countries, writes Paul Melville.
Stoicism has its place, but merely trudging along should not be our default, says Ben Anderson.
It’s all very well to promise decentralisation, but the demographics might not support this government reset, writes Bryan Gibson.
Allan Barber sits down with Murray Taggart after the co-op’s ‘horror result’.
Not a lot has changed in the woolshed in the past seven or so decades, with little to no investment in research, development or education in wool, says David Scobie.
To effectively navigate the times ahead we need to listen more, says Aimee Blake.
Alan Emerson welcomes the way the coalition negotiations have brought voters' choices into sharper focus.