How to enhance the NZ-India relationship
Two ministers are heading to India this week for a high-powered visit - but is it too little, too late?
Crayfish to be returned to ocean after China cancels orders
A huge haul of crayfish could be released back into the ocean after China cancelled orders amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Novel coronavirus outbreak appears to hit key NZ export commodity
The novel coronavirus outbreak appears to have hit a key export commodity, with prices and sales falling sharply in the global dairy auction overnight.
Coronavirus: NZ businesses exporting to China take a hit
New Zealand exporters are nervously waiting to see how big an impact the deadly coronavirus will have on their businesses.
Big fall in dairy prices
Dairy prices fell 5.1 percent in the overnight global auction in the first significant fall since August.
Primary exports to reach $48bn in 2020
Primary sector exports are forecast to lift more than 3 percent, according to the Ministry for Primary Industries’ latest quarterly situation and outlook report.
British supermarket ends NZ lamb imports
Plans for the British supermarket Waitrose to phase out the importation of New Zealand lamb are disappointing but do not spell trouble for the sector, the meat industry says.
Two Cents’ Worth: 48 hours that changed us forever
Galatea farm boy Bernard Hickey looks back to when ‘Brentry’ (Britain’s entry into the EEC in 1973) was seen as an existential threat to NZ’s future.
APEC Santiago - all is not lost
Leaders’ Week has been cancelled and there’s increasing discord among members, but APEC is far from up in flames.