When Paul and Karen Beres found out the building in Dunedin they had leased for 30 years was about to be demolished they had to move quickly.
Scott Technology has announced it will shift its chief financial officer role out of Dunedin to work closer with the company’s chief executive.
Smiths City has now opened its Meridian Mall site.
There is a rock wall next to a car park in Dunedin that many people walk past without taking a second look.
There has been a marked increase in building activity across Dunedin in the past few months but builders say it is largely because of small alteration jobs, rather than new builds.
A school holiday increase of Air New Zealand flight capacity to levels above what was available before Covid-19 is being applauded by business leaders in Otago.
The applicants for funding for two shovel-ready film studios in Otago are still anxiously waiting to hear back from the Government.
An employers group in the South has taken aim at the Labour Party’s workplace relations policies, saying they would impose more costs on businesses at a time when government should be looking to do...
Tax policy battle lines have been drawn between the two major political parties.
Workers at Dunedin’s biggest Warehouse have told the company it has belittled and demoralised them with hours to be slashed by more than half in some cases.
The Dunedin programme Co. Starters, which involves participants creating a business in nine weeks, has been given backing from two experienced operators in the city.
After a rise in sales about the time of the lockdown, Dunedin oats manufacturer Harraways has found a way to give back to the community.
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New cars could be hard to get hold of in the last few months of this year as local dealers struggle with delays from overseas factories.
Mechanics and workshops in the South are preparing for a wave of vehicles with overdue warrants of fitness (Wof) to come in over the next few weeks.
Southern Wide Real Estate Otago has been bought by Property Brokers.
A petrol station is returning to Fairfield.
The reintroduction of Covid-19 restrictions were felt as the services sector in the South had a significant drop in August activity.
The group representing employers in the South has released its manifesto declaring what businesses in Otago and Southland want from the parties contesting next month’s election.
Manufacturing in Otago and Southland experienced a significant drop last month, showing the impact of the return of Covid-19 restrictions, particularly in Auckland.