WormFEC Gold a collective of farmers breeding for parasite resistant genetics are leading the pack as drench resistance becomes more prevalent and drench failure is reported… continue reading
Giesen Wines Chief Winemaker Nikolai St George said back-to-back Champion Chardonnay wins are testament to the quality of the Clayvin organic vineyard. “To win this significant award two years in a row from a single vineyard is incredible.
Giesen Wines is celebrating after winning Winemaker of the Year and three Champion Trophies at Royal Easter Show Wine Awards.
294 community groups across New Zealand have received a share of $2.4 million in grants to support their work in the first quarter of 2019 thanks to The Southern Trust.
Thirty-seven designers, who are in their final year of studying or have graduated in the last 12 months, will be showing their collections at the iD International Emerging Designer Awards in Dunedin this March.
Community groups across New Zealand received $12,824,724 in grants from The Southern Trust in 2018.
Kaikoura’s historic Mayfair Theatre is a step closer to its rebuild funding total thanks to a recent $300,000 grant from The Southern Trust.
The Southern Trust CEO and Trustee Karen Shea said “The redevelopment was identified by the community as a priority post-earthquake and we were able to provide funding in tandem with the support for other groups.”
The New Zealand Whisky Collection, based in Oamaru, has successfully raised more than $780,000 in funds to assist with the next stage of its development. The NZ Whisky Collection has signed the lease to move its Oamaru barrel storage and to bottling to the charming old Northern Hotel.
A group of leading sheep breeders have formed WormFEC Gold to show farmers that breeding for parasite resistant genetics will strengthen flocks and save time and money… continue reading
The deadline for applications for the 2019 iD International Emerging Designer is 30th November 2018 \\ Tickets for the 2019 shows will be available to the public through Ticket Direct starting Saturday 1st December 2018.
Agritech technology developed in New Zealand for farmers is showing potential to help manage disease in children in developing countries.
TWO DUNEDIN ICONS JOIN FORCES FOR AN EXTRAORDINARY iD DUNEDIN FASHION WEEK 2019 Fashion of today and tomorrow will be viewed in an environment befitting… continue reading