Dene Mackenzie

TelstraClear expands network

TelstraClear expands network

Two Dunedin exchanges are part of a multimillion-dollar technology spend-up by TelstraClear aimed at connecting thousands of customers to its own network before the Government's fibre roll-out.

OceanaGold on track for record production

OceanaGold on track for record production

OceanaGold says it is on track to report record full-year gold production and sales for the year ended December.

Dunedin businessmen join board of SCF

Dunedin businessmen join board of SCF

The appointment of three independent directors to the board of South Canterbury Finance, including two from Dunedin, will be well received in the market. Business Editor Dene Mackenzie reports.

Plan to list new Hubbard company

Plan to list new Hubbard company

A new company incorporating three major assets controlled by South Canterbury businessman Allan Hubbard is likely to be listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange early next year.

NZ market holds up best

The New Zealand sharemarket fared the best of global indices yesterday as new home sales data in the United States heightened worries about a worldwide economic recovery.

Te Runanga o Ngai Tahuannounces $13.3 million profit

Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu says it is well positioned, despite a volatile operating climate, after announcing a net profit of $13.3 million for its commercial operations for the year ended June.

Markets urged to be cautious on interest rates

Reserve Bank governor Alan Bollard yesterday issued a warning to financial markets, telling them not to be too hasty in adjusting interest rates.

Honey of a business fastest-growing in NZ

Honey of a business fastest-growing in NZ

The Dunedin-based New Zealand Honey Company last night savoured the sweet taste of success when it was named the country's fastest-growing company in the Deloitte Fast 50 awards.

Delighted with support for bond issue

University of Canterbury vice-chancellor Rod Carr is delighted with the positive response by investors to the university's philanthropic bond issue which has attracted $15 million in subscriptions.

Reserve Bank reversal tipped to be cautious

Reserve Bank reversal tipped to be cautious

Evidenceis mounting that the world economy is starting to again find its feet.