Sally Rae

Design enthusiast all fired up

Design enthusiast all fired up

For years, the Milan furniture fair has been on design enthusiast Mark Cowden's list of ''must-go places''.

Danish interns finding Dunedin a gas

Danish interns finding Dunedin a gas

When four Danish engineering students were looking for somewhere to complete a six-month internship, they chose Dunedin.

Drop in profit for Fonterra

Fonterra has posted a 53% drop in net profit for the half year to January, highlighting again the issues it has had with capacity constraints.

Up to 30% production rise tipped

The final three months of New Zealand's dairy season are expected to see milk production at least 20% to 30% higher than last year's drought-impacted finale.

Dip in farmer confidence: survey

Dip in farmer confidence: survey

An expectation of interest rates increasing and the likelihood of some easing in commodity prices over the next 12 months has seen a slip in farmer confidence.

PledgeMe moving to funding of equities

PledgeMe moving to funding of equities

Online crowd-funding platform PledgeMe has announced it is moving into equity crowd-funding - and founder Anna Guenther could not be more excited.

Stop exporting logs and start processing them - Cunliffe

Stop exporting logs and start processing them -  Cunliffe

Logs lined up on wharves at New Zealand ports, awaiting export, are a symbol of what is wrong with the country, Labour leader David Cunliffe says.

Benefits of collaboration

Benefits of collaboration

Collaboration and partnerships.

Millions spent, but no irrigation yet

Millions spent, but no irrigation yet

Kees Zeestraten has spent close to $3 million trying to get water to irrigate Ohau Downs.

Green hues advancing in high country

Green hues advancing in high country

''You wouldn't get a better landscape. Green is as much a part of it as the tawny brown landscape in the background. What are they worrying about? It fits in.''