Scientists can breathe easy, following the launch of Dunedin's Clean Lab.
Shares in Sky Network Television jumped 19% to $1.06 after it announced a new broadcasting rights deal with NZ Rugby and SANZAAR.
There aren't alarm bells ringing just yet, says Otago Southland Employers' Association CEO Virginia Nicholls.
Concrete is one of the key building blocks in most of our cities, bridges and other infrastructure. It is relatively cheap, durable and easy to work with.
About 160 seasonal workers at Oamaru Meats Ltd (OML) are entering their fourth week off the job after the meat processor shut down the majority of its processing on September 13.
Economist Cameron Bagrie believes we are headed for a "train wreck" as the slowdown in the economy clashes with social demand for change.
Online fibre trading platform the Natural Fibre Exchange (NFX) has sold its six-millionth net kilogram of coarse wool since it launched 18 months ago.
Tennis players are used to to-ing and fro-ing, but upgrades to their Logan Park tennis centre been a long time coming, even for them.
LIC'S positive financial performance for the year will act as a catalyst to investment in technology and data platforms, the company says.
Dunedin's housing prices continued their inexorable climb last month, with year on year prices up 21.3% to an average of $485,000.
The Commerce Commission is taking legal action against a South Island heat pump contracting company which it says misled the public.
Australia and North America were the most popular markets for New Zealand export products last year.
The New Zealand health community needs to change its attitudes to plant-based remedies, says registered medical herbalist Sandra Clair.
The Commerce Commission is taking legal action against a South Island heat pump contracting company which it says misrepresented its services to the public.
A class act of emerging change-makers and investors were impressed with a visit to the leading lights of Dunedin's business community last week.