Tunnels at the new underground goldmine deep beneath Waiuta have now passed the 1km mark.
Forget any perceptions of those in the meat industry solely being knife-wielding big, burly butchers.
The ‘‘devastating’’ effects of the Covid-19 Delta outbreak are a prime example of why Skyline Enterprises’ board did not want to repay the Government’s wage subsidy, its chairwoman says.
Air New Zealand is expecting more than 6000 Aucklanders to fly to Queenstown once the borders reopen.
Alchemy Equipment is back.
Work has started on Port Otago’s new car park opposite its head office in Beach St, Port Chalmers.
Many businesses are giving the new Covid-19 traffic light system a tick of approval after this weekend's first big test.
Canterbury has the hottest housing market in the country right now with the average property value rising 32.7 per cent in 12 months.
Yvette Shum is on a mission to make menstrual products more the ‘‘accessible and environmentally friendly’’ for all New Zealand women.
Govt officials are confident Southland's Tiwai Point aluminium smelter won't close if aluminium prices remain high. But they warn there are risks this will add millions of tonnes to greenhouse gas emissions.
He is a former North Otago lad who has had a high-flying career in both the public and private sectors. Now Wayne McNee is looking forward to a break over summer as he contemplates his next move. Business editor Sally Rae reports.
A Dunedin travel agent "inundated" with requests for help has put on a second transtasman charter flight to help get stranded people to Australia.
IVS Tembe passes Careys Bay en-route to Auckland just after 6am yesterday, full of logs.
Former Westpac chief executive David McLean has been appointed as the new chairman of KiwiRail.
Dunedin’s housing market has missed out on the boom, and is heading into 2022 as New Zealand’s cheapest major metro for property.
It is a family affair at Sims and Blue Ltd.
There is no need to stick your thumb out anymore.
Swedish furniture and homeware giant Ikea is planning to open a store in Auckland.
Three of Dunedin’s council-owned companies have performed better than expected despite the ongoing impact of Covid-19.
A Dunedin interior designer has picked up an award for her refit of Dunedin’s Grand Casino restaurant and bar.