Overall prices in Fonterra's Global Dairy Trade auction this week fell 0.7% to their lowest levels since October 2016.
Foresters and farmers are casting a wary eye over the Productivity Commission's wide-ranging report on NZ meeting its climate change target; especially the required annual forest planting rate of 100,000ha.
Steel & Tube's full-year result last week held no surprises for brokers, with most focused on the year ahead as restructuring measures ripple through the steel manufacturer and supplier.
The country’s largest power retailer has posted increased revenue and operating earnings, but analysts are looking closely at the effects of numerous "one-off’’ gains of Genesis Energy.
Otago's economy remains "significantly" above its five-year average, but expected declines in house prices could prompt a drag on household spending.
Aspiring seabed miner Chatham Rock Phosphate is continuing its bid to gain a marine consent from the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) to mine off the South Island's east coast.
Auckland has surged ahead of the country with its residential building consents for July, while Otago had a flat result in both value and numbers.
A $10 million apartment block in central Dunedin is back on track for completion by April next year, with only a ''handful'' of the 25 apartments as yet unsold.
Coal miner Bathurst Resources will not pay a dividend this year, the cash being held in reserve in case a claim against it in the courts for $60.4 million is successful.
Australasian and US camper van and tourism operator Tourism Holdings posted another record after-tax profit of $37.5million for its year to June.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's announcement of a new business advisory council got a warm to lukewarm reception from national and southern business groups.
Michael Hill Jeweller has seen its annual profit plunge almost 86%, after exiting the US and its Emma & Roe outlets cost the jewellery retailer more than $34m during the past year.
Explorer New Zealand Oil & Gas starts its new financial year with a $98million war chest and Government assurances its exploration permits off the Otago and Southland coasts will not be...
New Zealand's annual trade balance has hit a nine-year high of $4.44 billion, with export volumes stronger than expected by the market.
Record cargo handling and growth in bulk cargo have underpinned a 14% boost to South Port's after-tax profit of $9.66million for the year to June.
The full year to June financial results for New Zealand's two largest ports were poles apart, with the Port of Tauranga posting a 13% profit gain while Christchurch's Lyttelton Port Company's...
The country’s largest deepwater fishing vessel, Tokatu, made its maiden call to Dunedin yesterday, and will be a semi-regular visitor to the city’s upper harbour.
Petroleum supplier Refining New Zealand has as expected reported a $3 million loss for its first-half trading period to June, having been impaired by a long maintenance outage at its Marsden Point...
Pharmaceutical and animal health products company Ebos Group has reported an 8% rise in after-tax profit to $149.6 million.
Dunedin business sources have speculated up to 300 mainly non-sworn police staff, undertaking mainly administration-type duties, could be headed to the city.