When Liesel Mitchell was preparing to put her house on the market, it got her thinking.
Surviving in business requires an "inordinate'' amount of good luck - but the harder you work, the luckier you also get, Meenan and Co managing director John Eckhoff believes.
Central Otago cherries are being considered by a $250 million horticulture investment fund, but nothing has "lined up'' yet, Craigmore chief executive Che Charteris says.
Over the past two decades, the Mackenzie Basin and Waitaki Valley have undergone significant change.
For Glenn and Sarah Fastier, farming Simons Hill Station on the eastern side of State Highway 8 between Tekapo and Twizel is like living in a glasshouse.
High country farmer Randall Aspinall believes a national discussion is needed about where New Zealand is heading with tourism.
New Zealand’s fledgling cashmere industry, which has its roots in South Otago, has reached a significant milestone, as Sally Rae reports.
Deconstruction of coarse wool fibre to create new materials has been described as a ‘‘major breakthrough’’.
Fonterra's financial performance since its inception has been "unsatisfactory", a report has found.
For 150 years, one Dunedin business has been part of the city's furniture.
Gary Todd admits he was ''pretty humbled' when a Queenstown holiday home he designed won the TIDA New Home of the Year Award.
Dairy prices have fallen to their lowest level since August 2016 and economists are signalling there could be more price weakness to come.
Fairlie farmer Leonie Guiney has returned to the Fonterra board, vowing to solve the co-operative's ''reputational issues''.
It was probably inevitable that Tony Gilbert would pursue a career in education.
Agricultural technology developed in Otago could play a role in helping manage disease in children in developing countries.
It is just as well that James Goodwin can multi-task.
The Upper Waitaki has historically been known as the land of Munros, merinos and matagouri.
Public consultation has been launched on a review of the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act 2001.
Westland Milk Products cut its predicted payout range from $6.50-$6.90 to $6.10-$6.50 this week on the back of the decline in global prices for dairy commodities.
Changes are afoot at Dunedin-based designers' collective Guild.