Eighteen roads in Otago and Southland deemed dangerous are to get a share of $22.5 million this summer to upgrade and improve their safety.
Manufacturing in Otago and Southland has posted a month-on-month dip but still tops the country and remains firmly in expansion mode.
A $650,000 report has been delivered to Justice Minister Andrew Little, seeking $10 million in compensation for the 4400 South Canterbury Finance preference shareholders left out of pocket.
Offshore acquisitions largely underpinned a 45% rise in Restaurant Brand’s overall sales for its third-quarter trading, by $53.9million to $173.3million.
Monaco-based Ofer Global has received consent from the Overseas Investment Office for its partial takeover of exploration company New Zealand Oil & Gas (NZOG).
Otago's housing sector appears to be finishing the year with a more than 30% bounce to month-on-month sales, albeit with flat prices.
Specialist manuka honey exporter New Zealand Honey Specialties - trading as the New Zealand Honey Company - has been placed in voluntary receivership by its shareholders.
Monaco-based Ofer Global’s partial takeover offer for New Zealand Oil & Gas (NZOG) has passed the minimum 50% acceptances required, boosted by gaining the 17% shareholding of former takeover...
Tourism continues to thrive in the South and South Island guest nights for October were up 8.4% while the North Island rose 2.5%, and Auckland was the only region to book a decline.
Overall manufacturing sales for the quarter to September were "soft", weighed down by a fall in dairy and meat sales volumes.
Skyline Enterprises is looking at options to expand its international luge and gondola attractions to Wales in the UK and establish a third luge in South Korea, in Seoul.
Most of Otago has maintained double-digit increases in average house values compared with a year ago, and the Queenstown Lakes region has topped the country with a $1.1 million average.
Otago motorists are paying among the highest prices for petrol in New Zealand and a Government report suggests the region could be subsidising lower prices at the pump parts of the North Island.
Monaco-based Ofer Global's bid for a controlling stake in explorer New Zealand Oil & Gas (NZOG) is gaining further traction and it has again extended the offer period, until January 8, although...
Fish & Game is praising fishing company Sanford for voluntarily withdrawing from trawling close in around Banks Peninsula to avoid catching salmon, after it legally netted almost 400 last week.
Total building activity around the country rose 2.7% for the quarter to September, based on a 4.1% rise in residential activity, according to Statistics New Zealand data.
New Zealand has a $4billion surplus with the 21-member Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (Apec) group, largely underpinned by a $3billion surplus with China fuelled by dairying and tourism receipts.
Forest & Bird has confirmed it will go the Environment Court and appeal the resource consents of two West Coast councils allowing a new open-pit coal mine to go ahead at Te Kuha.
New Zealand's terms of trade rose 0.7% in the quarter to September, as import prices fell more than export prices, pushing the index to a record high.
Building consents nationwide were almost flat for the year to October, which was mirrored throughout Otago and Central Otago, but Queenstown Lakes managed to book a 35% gain.