The long-running liquidation of winery Lochar Estate in Central Otago may yet be headed to the High Court, following dismissal of an application for a summary judgement over an alleged $400,000 debt.
Construction of Port Otago's $1 million T-shaped fishing wharf is due to begin next month.
Farmers have seen an easing in fuel and feed costs in recent months, but a caution has been sounded on feed costs in the year ahead, starting with the dairy sector.
To a backdrop of global economic growth slowing further, the Reserve Bank needs to boost New Zealand's growth with further cuts to the interest-driving official cash rate (OCR), the ASB says.
Oceana Gold has lodged a $260,000 bond for its proposed Blackwater mine near Reefton on the West Coast, raising hopes the $500million project is gaining some momentum.
Ownership of New World Centre City in Dunedin has changed.
Carving out a niche engineering solution in Dunedin is a work in progress for Ross Sutherland's start-up company, but he's gaining traction.
The future for Invercargill-based Back Country Foods and its freeze-dried food for trampers and hunters is bright, as a change of ownership signals expansion plans and a new, enlarged factory.
Southland shone through as the largest median house price percentage gainer around the country in April, as prices rose more than 22%, to a record $300,000.
Quite where the future ownership of would-be Middlemarch diatomite miner Plaman Resources lies appears uncertain.
Workshops started yesterday for seven finalists in the Startup Dunedin's Challenger Series 2019, all vying to be in the top three to win $65,000 in business services.
Five months after the New Zealand Whisky Company raised almost $700,000 through crowd-funder PledgeMe, some investors are asking what has been achieved.
Former Prime Minister Helen Clark has joined the growing opposition to a controversial mining project proposed for a geologically important site near Middlemarch.
New Zealand’s renting and leasing industry has an annual turnover estimated at $4.7 billion, similar to the combined horticulture and fruit growing industry.
Full operations using Port Otago's relatively new backhoe dredge Takutai and its two barges TR Healy and Hapuka should begin soon.
Mortgage interest rates have edged downwards since the Reserve Bank cut the interest-driving official cash rate (OCR) to a record low 1.5% on Wednesday, its first move in two and a-half years.
A former Dunedin start-up company has been placed in liquidation, despite telling the High Court at Dunedin it had paid its debts.
The Deloitte South Island Index of companies is back in the black with overall company market capitalisation up 13.7%, or $3.23 billion, for the quarter to March.
The Reserve Bank has cut the already record low interest-driving official cash rate (OCR) a further 25 basis points to 1.5%, and raised the likelihood of more to come.
Cadbury's withdrawal from Dunedin last year has hit its bottom line, with revenue slumping more than $80 million and before-tax profit more than halved to $31.1 million.