Pacific Edge had to ring a bell virtually yesterday to celebrate its listing on the Australia Securities Exchange.
Dunedin business morale has been served another blow following the cancellation of the Guns N' Roses concert in November.
Between a pandemic and a major application, Jon Foote had an enlightening experience in governing a company.
Sick of shampoo bars turning into a "soggy mess", Clare Wilson set out to fix the issue.
Dunedin-based cancer diagnostic company Pacific Edge Ltd has announced an $80million capital raising just two weeks after denying information about a $70million raising.
Brad Hurndell admits he loves watching films - but he loves being a part of making them even more.
A Dunedin couple’s entry into the hospitality industry has been a baptism by fire, as they became the owners of a cafe two days before last month’s Level 4 lockdown.
Peter Gouverneur’s career change has paid off.
Dunedin cancer diagnostic company Pacific Edge will not comment on media speculation about its ASX listing.
‘‘They've tried to make it one-size-fits-all but that is not the case.’’
Members of the merged southern business support group have voted overwhelmingly to keep the association’s name as Business South.
After opening with three townhouses in September 1991, Chatsford Retirement Village has grown to become a mini town in the heart of Mosgiel, as Riley Kennedy reports.
Robert McAuliffe is calling time on a 48-year career as a jeweller and watchmaker in South Dunedin.
The new name of the South’s merged business support group has been chosen but will not be revealed until next month.
A Dunedin trust supporting disabled people is trying raise $19,000 to build a machine to reduce plastic waste and create employment.
Kitset fireplace stoves manufactured in Dunedin are being sent to war-torn Syria to provide cooking facilities for those in need.
More than a third of all jobs in Otago were supported by the wage subsidy scheme in Alert Level 4, latest figures reveal.
Peter Beck’s love for creating stuff was always going to see him fly off into the galaxy of success. Business reporter Riley Kennedy looks back to his southern launchpad to the world.
The Golden Fleece Hotel and Motel in Waikouaiti is well and truly open for business and ready to serve customers during Alert Level 2.
The receivership of a Central Otago vineyard has wrapped up after its debts were settled.