Rubber has been ever-present in Har Chei and Joyce Ng’s lives.
South Port will lose about $2million in profit and 33% of its cargo volume when the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter closes next year.
Businesses associated with the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter say its closure will seriously harm their incomes and jobs.
New Zealand has had its biggest quarterly fall in GDP since 1991, a University of Otago economist has found.
Burgers, pizza and bubble tea will be on the menu at a new restaurant opening in George St next month.
Scott Technology has had to let go of 20% of its global workforce, including 15 jobs in Dunedin, as a result of Covid-19 impacts.
A Southern employers’ group is expecting a new wave of redundancies and restructuring at the end of the extended wage subsidy.
While many businesses are finding it tough right now, a Dunedin engineering parts store has been humbled by its own roaring trade.
A Dunedin-made ventilator hood that could be a major support for hospitals managing Covid-19 outbreaks is now being manufactured.
Penelope Baldwin jokes she should have copyrighted the use of the word kind, before the Prime Minister made it her catchword.
Support for businesses was in high demand during the Alert Level 4 lockdown, figures from the Otago Chamber of Commerce show.
Farmlands is proposing to shift its Dunedin business to Christchurch, putting 100 jobs here at risk.
More money was spent on the night Super Rugby returned to Dunedin than on any night in the six months previous, including New Year’s Eve.
An empty Dunedin building could soon become the home of a new retail store, a food outlet and a specialist doctors’ office.