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Bar decision reserved

Bar decision reserved

A central Dunedin bar has voluntarily operated a 3am one-way door policy in the hopes of securing licence renewal as opposition to the operation was withdrawn.

Classification issue around `Earnslaw'

Classification issue around `Earnslaw'

Queenstown's historic steamship TSS Earnslaw has been caught in a classification row which a planning expert says increases its risk of sinking.

Joint venture will go ahead, SFF insists

Joint venture will go ahead, SFF insists

A suggestion that Shanghai Maling has walked away from a joint venture with Silver Fern Farms has been dismissed as a "false rumour'' by the Dunedin-based meat processor.

Connecting all dairying women

Connecting all dairying women

When the decision was made to convert their Southland sheep farm to dairying, Katrina Thomas knew nothing about cows.

Osborne rules himself out of race

Osborne rules himself out of race

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has ruled himself out of the running to succeed Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron, citing his fierce advocacy of staying in the European Union.

Retailers use chatbots to reach customers

Retailers use chatbots to reach customers Shoppers on the hunt for a new pair of shoes, clothing or makeup typically visit the mall, browse a website, search through a mobile app or pick up the phone. Now there's another option.

Turnbull, Shorten 'have learnt from mistakes'

Turnbull, Shorten 'have learnt from mistakes'

Malcolm Turnbull says the coalition would have "resoundingly" lost the election if he hadn't ousted Tony Abbott as Liberal leader.

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