By any measure, property investors and owner-occupiers have had a pretty good decade.
The Meridian, Dunedin’s most popular shopping mall, may have a new owner.
Sales of higher alcohol beer are showing no signs of flattening, if the strength of continued growth in the craft beer market is anything to go by.
The purchase of Otago farmland for the city’s expanding forestry interests will be discussed at a public-excluded council meeting this Monday.
The Dunedin International Airport increased its terminal rentals by almost a third at the halfway stage of the year, as the benefits of its terminal investment project started to generate returns.
Increasing numbers of frustrated Otago home hunters are heading to Canterbury, lured by newer and more affordable homes, local brokers say.
Sales of commercial vehicles stalled last month, dropping 14.4% year on year to 3527 sales, according to latest figures from the Motor Industry Association.
Sales of commercial vehicles stalled last month - dropping 14.4% year-on-year to 3527 sales - according to latest figures from the motor industry association.
Dunedin city planners envisage a future with fewer cars in the inner city.
Federated Farmers says back-to-back annual rates increases from the Otago Regional Council should come with a more detailed plan of what benefits would come from farmers’ money.
Calibre Contracting Equipment, a company owned by Queenstown businessman Graham Smolenski, has gone into liquidation owing more than 50 creditors.
Local not-for-profit agencies and charities say a move away from cheques will have funding implications for them.
Meridian Energy has generated a 5% increase in revenue to $1.78billion on the strength of record hydro generation and new transtasman customer sales.
PGG Wrightson’s horticulture supply business Fruitfed contributed strongly towards a $5 million revenue surge in the retail and water division to $384.2 million for the six months to December 2019.
At last count, global online survival game phenomenon Fortnite had captured 250 million players and as many as 8.3 million players were competing at any one time.
Rio Tinto subsidiary Pacific Aluminium has reported a net loss of $46million related to its interest in the New Zealand Aluminium Smelter for 2019.
It seems entirely appropriate that an octagon of finalists are vying for top honours at this year’s Dunedin Heritage Awards.
Building material costs, high hourly rates for skilled tradies and increasing red tape are pushing building costs through the roof in the South, builders say.
House prices may be ratcheting up but the South Island is still the cheapest place in which to own or rent relative to annual incomes.
Dunedin's real estate trade slowed to a trickle last month, with about three houses a day changing ownership.