The southern service sector is still struggling with the effects of Covid-19, the latest performance of service index (PSI) shows.
Heritage Dunedin Leisure Lodge has been sold to the Distinction Hotel Group for an undisclosed sum.
"It kind of happened out of accidental circumstances really."
A Southern water company has won a gold medal at the "Olympics of water".
Dunedin's tourism industry is resigned to cruise ships not returning to the city until late next year.
A University of Otago dietetics graduate has set out to make a common carbohydrate a healthy option for Dunedin diners.
"It's ours, let’s go fishing, people"
Businesses in Dunedin are making connections around the globe this week.
"It's the smell, it’s the taste, it’s just everything."
Having more female representatives on a company’s board produces fairer gender distribution for the rest of the company, new research suggests.
Plans are needed to make sure Dunedin’s George St development does not turn into a "disaster" like Auckland’s development of Queen St, Retail NZ chief executive Greg Harford says.
Conversations about money need to start at a young age, a financial expert believes.
The receivership for the high-profile Van Leeuwen Group (VLG) has ended, records show.
A group of Maori secondary school pupils are in Dunedin this week to be inspired to embark on business careers.
A record price has been paid for a Mosgiel residential section, a real estate agent believes.
The Australian prime minister’s visit to New Zealand could be a confidence-booster for potential Australian travellers coming across the Ditch, travel agents say.
Peter Ramsay knows how hard it is to find investment for start-up businesses. In his new role as network manager for the Mainland Angel Investor Collective, he has set out to make it easier for businesses to find capital in the South.
In just 24 hours, a group of University of Otago students have designed a system to help identify albatrosses on remote islands.
A large subdivision is set to go under the hammer in Mosgiel this weekend.
Nathan Watt, from mining company OceanaGold has been named joint winner of the Young In-house Lawyer of the Year award.