The revitalisation of the George St heritage precinct has been given a boost by work well under way on a new mixed residential-commercial building at 318 Moray Pl.
Dairy land values are being undermined by three factors that are unlikely to disappear within the next five years, a new Rabobank report says.
The pending closure of Gore fashion store Paint the Town Red reflected increasingly tough retail conditions for small town High Street retailers, local retail players say.
A car subscription service will soon be available in Dunedin and Invercargill for drivers who want to avoid car ownership.
A Dunedin building company involved in a $230,000 settlement deal after a contractor was injured says it was ''devastated" by the incident.
New Zealanders can expect to pay more for their beef, lamb and bacon, as the African swine fever epidemic in Asia bites at the supermarket.
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The naming rights for Forsyth Barr Stadium are on the table as the Dunedin investment firm looks to come back on board as key sponsor of the indoor events arena.
The final month of the decade proved to be a bumper one for home sales, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says.
Local Dunedin startup wool network AgMatch has attracted the eye of one of Australia’s biggest retail groups, Frontline.
Queenstown hospitality tech companies First Table, Bookme and Wherewolf, were among 40 up and coming New Zealand business upstarts at last month’s Asia Pacific ranking of the Technology Fast 500.
The South Island isn't likely to do as well in a carbon emissions-based world, given its reliance on farming, the Tiwai aluminium smelter and electricity generation, according to an investment report.
London stock exchange listed investment company Agronomics has paid $500,000 for a 1.1% equity stake in forensic science and data company Oritain Global.
Declining new car sales and tighter lending rules have served as a roadblock to motor finance group MTF Finance, chopping $83million from its loan book last year.
A spate of supermarket food recalls has called into question our reliance on food labelling, says Allergy NZ.
Southland-based farmer co-operative Alliance Group wants to capture "greater value" from its products as part of its evolution to a food and solutions business, chairman Murray Taggart says.