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Pernod Ricard unable to meet supply following low harvest

Pernod Ricard’s wine business, which includes New Zealand wine brands Brancott Estate and Stoneleigh, has announced it will be unable to meet global Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc supply this year after one of the smallest New Zealand harvests in 10 years.

AHDB to wind down “significant activities”

The Agricultural and Horticultural Development Board (AHDB) has announced that it is winding down “significant activities” on behalf of the horticulture and potatoes sectors.

Seven & i shares soar after ValueAct reportedly takes stake

Shares of Seven & i Holdings surged to a two-year high on Thursday after Reuters reported activist investor ValueAct Capital took a stake in the Japanese owner of the 7-Eleven chain, signalling a potential shake-up at the retail giant.

Alicanto Minerals intersects copper in Sweden

Alicanto Minerals Ltd has intersected semi-massive sulphide skarn mineralisation with visual chalcopyrite in the second hole drilled at Stone Lake target within the Greater Falun Copper-Gold Project in Sweden.

Shake up of Britain’s planning system set to be announced

The biggest shake up of Britain’s planning system in a generation, wiping out so-called NIMBY influence over major building projects, has been unveiled in today’s Queen’s Speech.

CFG calls for urgent adoption of "dual" accounting approach

In a newly published paper the Commercial Farmers Group (CFG) has called on the four nations of the UK to urgently adopt a dual accounting approach – using two different models side-by-side. It says this approach will help cattle and sheep farmers manage methane outputs better and even provide...

Artisanal to revamp investment after securing £20mln

The owner of The Scotch Malt Whisky Society has revealed plans to ramp up investment in new stock after raising nearly £20 million of finance.

Oil rises as U.S. crude supplies hit multimonth lows

Oil was up Thursday morning in Asia as U.S. crude supplies dropped to multimonth lows. However, volatility remained as the recovery from the pandemic remains uneven and impacts fuel demand.

Impact granted exploration licence at WA’s Doonia project

Impact Minerals has been formally granted the exploration licence which comprises its 80%-owned Doonia gold project, located 75km east of Kambalda in Western Australia.

Northern Ireland potato growers to receive financial aid

Northern Ireland (NI) potato growers whose incomes have been directly impacted by the pandemic will receive financial aid, the government has announced.