A new cafe selling Korean and American style waffles has opened in Dunedin.
It was a big year for in demand Southern Furniture Movers, with revenue rising as much as 70% on last year. Managing director Teressa Grigg tells Jacob McSweeny about how it all started with a baby and $4000 in the bank.
From February, Contact Energy will significantly reduce the amount of office space it takes in Dunedin as it allows its call centre staff to "work from anywhere".
Prudence Jopson’s arms - covered in fruit and vegetables on one side, with flower patterns on the other - are products of the sun.
There are not many professions where you sit and needle someone for hours on end, sometimes days. Three of Dunedin’s top tattoo artists speak with reporter Jacob McSweeny about how their profession has changed over the years.
There came a time in 2008 when Ian Taylor had made up his mind to shut down Animation Research Ltd after a deal had gone awry in India.
Six years ago, Dunedin brothers Mark and Greg Fahey were starting their container logistics business out of, well, a shipping container.
After nearly two decades running what is now Inspiring Women, Tania Grave has sold her gym and is moving on to focus on her work as a celebrant.
The world of property — both residential and commercial — is booming. And when things move fast it’s hard to work out an accurate valuation. Adam Binns Commercial Ltd director Adam Binns and valuer...
Harraways is the Otago Daily Times’ 2020 Business of the Year. The company’s chief executive, Henry Hawkins, talks to Jacob McSweeny about the roller-coaster year the oats manufacturer has had.
Demand for boats this summer is so high that one retailer says he sold his personal boat to a desperate customer.
Dunedin firm Scott Technology has signed two new major deals worth a combined $18million to end the year on a high.
Demand for boats is the highest it has been for the 33 years of one Otago boat builder’s time in business.
The New Zealand economy has roared back from the lows of the lockdown with GDP growing 14% in the third quarter.
Accomodation and hospitality businesses say some bookings were lost as a result of the cancelled graduation ceremonies, but most people were still visiting the city.
Aurora Energy will carry out a formal investigation after a spate of power cuts in a Dunedin suburb continued at the weekend, leaving a popular restaurant in the lurch once again.
The future of film and documentary-maker NHNZ in Dunedin is uncertain amid a shake-up involving a New Zealand reality television producer.
A leading games developer says this country turned down a multimillion-dollar offer from a Chinese company that wanted to develop a game here.