Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year nominations are open
A celebration of women who make outstanding contributions to the dairy industry enters its ninth year as nominations for the Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year are open.
Monday, 4 November 2019
Brown passes Chair of Dairy Women's Network opportunity on to Forlong
Living the empowerment values of the Dairy Women’s Network has seen Cathy Brown step down from her role as Chair to allow North Island farmer Karen Forlong to have the same opportunities to grow.
Friday, 1 November 2019
Story telling coming of age focus of Dairy Women's Network AGM
A story telling coming of age was a focus of the Dairy Women’s Network AGM held in Hamilton yesterday.
Monday, 21 October 2019
Life changing shift from big city lights to farming focus for second Dairy Women's Network OUR PEOPLE. THEIR STORIES project
A life changing shift from the big city lights of Auckland to farming in the central North Island is the focus for the Dairy Women's Network second story in its visual story telling project, OUR PEOPLE.
Sunday, 20 October 2019
Duyvesteyn and Christie win Calder Stewart Series for first time
Talented young cyclists Kees Duyvesteyn and Henrietta Christie won their first Calder Stewart Cycling series titles in the final double header weekend in Canterbury.
Thursday, 17 October 2019
Duyvesteyn poised to claim Calder Stewart Series for first time while women's title up for grabs
Dunedin cyclist Kees Duyvesteyn is poised to claim his first Calder Stewart Cycling elite men’s series title while Amy Hollamby from Timaru could potentially take the women’s series leader’s jersey off her teammate Kate McIlroy in the final double header weekend in Canterbury.
Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Compliance panel focused on making life easier for farmers being held in November
A panel discussion focused on making life easier for farmers, giving them real, practical tools and advice on ensuring they are compliant is being held in the Waikato next month.
Tuesday, 1 October 2019
Financial workshops aiming to empower dairy farmers planned by Dairy Women's Network
Helping dairy farmers gain a better understanding of their farming business and strengthening the relationship with their accountant is the focus of 10 workshops throughout New Zealand being run by the Dairy Women’s Network with support from NZ CA and CRS Software.
Saturday, 28 September 2019
Duyvesteyn claims three jerseys and McIlroy and Hollamby ride away from field in Calder Stewart Series
Dunedin cyclist Kees Duyvesteyn had an impressive elite men’s win to move into the series lead while Kate McIlroy and Amy Hollamby combined to ride away from the women’s field as Calder Stewart Cycling Series got underway again in Nelson today.
Thursday, 26 September 2019
Cyclocross national champions hoping form crosses over to road
Newly crowned cyclocross national champions Kate McIlroy and Campbell Pithie will be hoping that recent form crosses over to the road when the Calder Stewart Cycling Series get underway again in Nelson on Saturday for round four.
Tuesday, 24 September 2019
Dairy Women's Network focused on building financial confidence and wellbeing with ASB
As the dairy industry experiences unprecedented change, and transitions into a new operating environment, the Dairy Women’s Network is partnering with ASB to run a series of workshops aimed at building financial confidence for farmers throughout New Zealand.
Tuesday, 3 September 2019
Deep emotional connections driving Dairy Women's Network new story telling project
Looking to create deep emotional connections is the drive behind the Dairy Women’s Network launch of a new visual story telling project, OUR PEOPLE.
Monday, 1 July 2019
Enthusiasm for a digital future key asset for Dairy Women's trustee role
Enthusiasm for a digital future is a key asset Auckland based tech enthusiast Sophie Stanley feels she can bring to the Dairy Women's Network as the newest member of its trust board.
"I've worked with the Dairy Women's Network in the past and have always admired what they are doing in the community to support women in the dairy industry," she said.
Monday, 17 June 2019
Dairy woman wins Edge leadership opportunity
Chelsea Smith from the King Country has won the opportunity to participate in The Edge, a unique leadership programme provided by The Outward Bound Trust with support from New Zealand's largest network of Chartered Accounting firms, NZ CA.
Wednesday, 8 May 2019
Dairy women get boost with new partnership
Dairy women throughout New Zealand are about to get another boost to their dairy operations with a new partnership between New Zealand's largest networks of Chartered Accounting firms, NZ CA, and the Dairy Women's Network.
Thursday, 2 May 2019
Primary Teacher and passionate environmentalist named Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year
Primary Teacher and passionate environmentalist Trish Rankin from Taranaki is the 2019 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year.
Thursday, 18 April 2019
Dairy woman of the Year finalists breaking the mould of public perception
Breaking the mould of public perception about the role of farmers' wives is highlighted by this year's four finalists for the 2019 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year award.
Sunday, 14 April 2019
Older heads lead way in double header cycling weekend
Older experienced heads led the way at the weekend’s double header rounds of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series in Hokitika.
Thursday, 11 April 2019
Storm forces changes to West Coast double header cycling series weekend: Tour de France winner lines up
Last month's ferocious weather that wreaked havoc on the West Coast has seen many hours of effort to ensure this weekend's double header rounds of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series in Hokitika can go ahead.
Thursday, 28 March 2019
Explosion in growth in video on social media channels opens up opportunity
As US tech giants spend millions to expand their video streaming services in a battle to grab and retain consumer's attention, the good news for Kiwi's businesses who also want their content seen and heard is they don't need massive budgets.
Saturday, 2 March 2019
Men's supported race provides thrilling finale to Anchor Milk Otago Alps 2 Ocean Ultra
The men’s supported race provided a thrilling finale today to New Zealand’s only ultra-running stage race, the Anchor Milk Otago Alps 2 Ocean Ultra.
Wednesday, 27 February 2019
Local man holds off leaders on toughest stage of Anchor Milk Otago Alps 2 Ocean Ultra
North Otago’s 67 year old Eric Ross held off the leaders to be first home on the toughest stage of the Anchor Milk Otago Alps 2 Ocean Ultra, a gruelling 88 kilometres from the shores of Lake Ohau to Loch Laird beside the Waitaki Lakes.
Monday, 25 February 2019
Burrows storms home on second day of Anchor Milk Otago Alps 2 Ocean Ultra
Englishman Keith Burrows stormed home 55 minutes quicker than last year’s winning time on the on the second day of the Anchor Milk Otago Alps 2 Ocean Ultra to consolidate his lead in the men’s supported category of New Zealand’s only stage race ultra-running event.
Sunday, 24 February 2019
McIIroy makes it three in a row in Dunedin
Pro cyclist Kate McIIroy continued her run of success in Dunedin making it three winning years in a row as the Calder Stewart Cycling Series kicked off in today with the Midway Motors Dunedin Classic.
Wednesday, 20 February 2019
Surprised leader can't wait to test herself again in Alps 2 Ocean Ultra
Queenstown runner Kerryn Bell was surprised to be leading her first ultra-running event last year, the Alps 2 Ocean Ultra, and looked set to win the week long stage race until injury saw her mental strength put to the test just to ensure she finished.
Tuesday, 19 February 2019
On mission to be youngest person in history to run an ultra-marathon on every continent in the world
After knocking off four of the world’s most treacherous deserts, 24-year-old ultramarathon runner Jacqui Bell from Brisbane Australia is in New Zealand with her sights set on being the youngest person in history to run an ultra-marathon on every continent in the world.
Wednesday, 13 February 2019
Alps 2 Ocean Ultra attracts competitors from 14 overseas countries
Overseas competitors make up the majority of athletes for the second running of New Zealand's first ultra-staged race that has attracted competitors from 15 countries.
Sunday, 10 February 2019
Allan and Maier win closest fought Kathmandu Coast to Coast in history
Dougal Allan and Simone Maier won the closest fought men's and women's Kathmandu Coast to Coast World Championship one day race in the events 37 year history.
Friday, 8 February 2019
Father not surprised by daughter's effort at Kathmandu Coast to Coast
Although she was surprised to be leading the women’s individual two day Kathmandu Coast to Coast Selena Metherell’s father had no doubt she would do well.
Tuesday, 5 February 2019
Exciting battle in women's race and new men's winner guaranteed in Kathmandu Coast to Coast
The women’s race is poised for an exciting battle while a new winner is guaranteed in the men’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast longest day world Championship this Saturday.