Monday, August 8, 2022

Wellbeing


Case against red meat takes a farcical turn

Case against red meat takes a farcical turn

Alan EmersonAug 3, 2022
When eating red meat is compared to tobacco use, you know the debate has plumbed new depths.

Empowering farmers by turning ‘knowing’ into ‘doing’

Guest writerJul 26, 2022
Nadine Hickman shares coping strategies for people engaged in the unique – and uniquely challenging – business of farming.

New online tool to make a food complaint

Staff ReporterJul 25, 2022
Reporting a food safety issue in NZ has never been easier.

Kiwi diet for good health

Eric FrykbergJul 18, 2022
A diet based on locally-sourced produce will be tested by researchers to see if it has a positive effect on health outcomes.


AWD course helps navigate farming challenges

AWD course helps navigate farming challenges

Guest writerJul 18, 2022
Southland dairy farmer Brooke Flett shares how a new programme designed to boost the resilience of rural communities helps her navigate the challenges of farming.
Livestock needs the living

Livestock needs the living

Guest writerJul 14, 2022
Prostate cancer survivor Doug Lineham says men need to take their health seriously and the Government needs to put the programmes in place to help them.
Fighting the anti-meat narrative

Fighting the anti-meat narrative

Gerald PiddockJul 13, 2022
A visiting United States dietician says the global anti-meat narrative being pushed in Western countries is elitist, unethical…
Nurture community, as well as environment

Nurture community, as well as environment

Guest writerJun 29, 2022
Who am I? Kathryn Wright is a Southland-based counsellor specialising in working with rural people. She is married to a Te Anau farmer.
Red meat more nutritious than alternatives – study

Red meat more nutritious than alternatives – study

Staff ReporterJun 28, 2022
A new study has found red meat is a better source of protein than a processed plant-based alternative.…
Prospering through change

Prospering through change

Staff ReporterJun 22, 2022
Golden Bay dairy farmer Corrigan Sowman spent several years studying how farmers can best tackle the changes underway…
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