An extension is being sought by New Zealand Oil & Gas for another deepwater oil and gas exploration prospect in the Great South Basin.
Permitting agency New Zealand Petroleum & Minerals yesterday launched the latest block-offer tendering round for petroleum exploration permits, which last year was restricted to onshore...
The extradition from Australia of former Dunedin lawyer Raelene Kelly still appears to be a possibility, but the agencies involved are neither confirming nor denying where the process is at.
First-quarter labour data is expected to show some rebound from weakness seen in the previous quarter and reflect a historically low unemployment rate.
Australian gold explorer Condamine Resources has inched forward in its quest to begin exploration drilling at its permitted areas near Reefton, on the West Coast.
Four people were rescued by helicopter from the Hopkins River on Saturday amid wild weather warnings.
March exports have supplied a surprise record $922million trade surplus, the largest since the April 2011 record of $1.2billion.
The roof was being put on at Scott Technology's expanded site at Kaikorai Valley Rd this week as the $4million redevelopment of the company's Dunedin headquarters continues.
Otago and Southland were among several regional areas around the country whose retailers benefited from increased sales during Easter, despite an overall national dip in spending.
A second product of Dunedin probiotics manufacturer Blis Technologies has achieved regulatory approval in the US, from the powerful Food and Drug Administration.
Niche Dunedin engineering and robotics company Scott Technology has announced the 100% purchase of French business Normaclass, specialising in automated beef grading, for an undisclosed sum.
Burning waste oil to solve a burgeoning environmental problem sounds like an alarming contradiction in terms.
The forthcoming quarterly reporting season for listed US companies could be "make or break'' time for the rally seen in global sharemarkets in recent months.
A second company of Dunedin businessman Glenn Alexander has been placed in liquidation, following the collapse of bedding manufacturer Ellis Fibre.
Startup Dunedin's 2019 Challenger Series for new business startups is under way, and has an expanded programme set to benefit more businesses.
The prospect of an open pit mine in Middlemarch has caused division, and many are concerned about the effects and the loss of a "pre-eminent" fossil cache.
Nationwide vehicle rental company GO Rentals has opened a second Otago branch, at Dunedin Airport.
A roar of approval was chorused after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern yesterday decided not to implement any aspect of the controversial proposal to introduce capital gains taxes (CGT).
Restaurant Brands is withholding a final dividend payment as it embarks on the launch of up to 60 Taco Bell outlets in New Zealand and Australia, and eyes up acquisitions in the United States and...
Dunedin bedding manufacturer Ellis Fibre's receivership and liquidation appears to be moving towards a break-up of the 20-year-old company, as opposed to sale.