Young entrepreneur Lucas Smith’s ambition to not only heal wounds but help heal the world has taken a leap forward with a successful $1.5million capital raising.
Strong growth and sales have created a positive outlook for Dunedin cancer diagnostics company, Pacific Edge.
A Dunedin taxi company has been forced into liquidation after failing to pay its debts.
Queenstown tourism operators made their own way to the sector’s annual awards earlier this week.
New Zealand Rural Land Company (NZRL) has bought another South Canterbury dairy farm linked to the Van Leeuwen Group (VGL).
Supermarket operators not behaving as they should need to analyse whether they have consumers' best interests at heart, Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark says.
Air New Zealand passengers will soon be trying a new variety of new snacks - including popcorn, crisps, muesli bars and chocolate.
Competition in the retail grocery sector "is not working well for consumers", the Commerce Commission's study into supermarkets has concluded.
Covid-19 was not the end of the story for three bookish Wanaka entrepreneurs, who have turned the pages on their careers and written a new chapter in their lives.
North Dunedin residents will soon be able to take a gastronomical trip south of the border, with a Taco Bell restaurant confirmed to be coming to the area this summer.
Taco Bell is expected to open a restaurant in Dunedin after a cryptic post on social media hinted at the move.
Rob Barker admits if he had to give his cafe a new name now he probably would not get away with "Crusty Corner".
The patented Spider Rear Rack developed by Aeroe — a company with its roots in Dunedin — has been named a finalist for best bike accessory in the world at the EuroBike awards in Germany in September.
In his last official duty, SBS board chairman John Ward announced among other things, a financial year operating surplus of $55.2 million, total assets of $4.8 billion, and then bid farewell to the board he's been with for 19 years.
Staff shortages are forcing some Dunedin hospitality businesses to reduce their operating hours.
A Dunedin film director has launched a new online film production school to help fill a growing shortage of workers in the sector.
Research into new uses for NZ's strong wool has led to the development of wool particles, powders and pigments having export potential for uses in cosmetics, printing, luxury goods and personal care.
Devin Familton is not your average 23-year-old.
The Wanaka chamber of commerce’s new general manager is a familiar face.
From the ashes can rise a phoenix, and three young entrepreneurs are forging a new business from the Covid rubble - the difference being, they intend to clean up after themselves.