New Zealand's exports for March rose by $446 million, compared with a year ago, and combined dairy exports were up by $250 million.
Private equity firm Navis Capital will take a controlling stake in Dunedin-based Mainland Poultry, subject to Overseas Investment Office approval, in a deal reportedly worth about $300 million.
New Zealand building consents reached a record $2billion in March, boosted by new homes and several big non-residential projects.
Oceana Gold has booked record quarterly gold production, up 44% on a year ago, delivering 147,946oz for the period, albeit with an impairment charge which dragged down profits.
Fairfax New Zealand and NZME will have to wait one more day before finding out whether their arguments have swayed the Commerce Commission from its draft decision to reject a merger between the media companies.
Increased airline passenger capacity between Auckland and Queenstown helped buoy Air New Zealand’s domestic passenger numbers in March, while off-season tourist spending around Otago continues to...
Hosting the World Shearing and Woolhandling Championships in February has proved to be a multimillion-dollar economic boon for Southland.
Synlait Milk has gained regulatory approval to export lactoferrin to the United States to use in infant and toddler formula.
Two Otago businesses have been named category winners in the inaugural Outstanding New Zealand Food Producer Awards.
Where there was smoke and mirrors, there was also Finance Minister Steven Joyce, Labour finance spokesman Grant Robertson said yesterday.
Finance Minister Steven Joyce intends spending up large on new capital infrastructure over the next four years, perhaps opening the way to announce tax changes in Budget 2017 next month.
This year’s harvest is ripening slowly in Waitaki Valley’s vineyards and the season will be remembered as a difficult one thanks to the weather.
Dedicated ploughers will be eyeing up a place on the national stage when the next New Zealand Ploughing Championships qualifying event takes place in Timaru.
Australian and Chinese demand for A2 Milk's Platinum infant formula has prompted the company to predict a gain of almost 50% in annual revenues this financial year.
Otago Chamber of Commerce chief executive Dougal McGowan is warning politicians against giving the appearance of New Zealand not being a welcoming place to come to live.
New Zealand's net immigration reached another high in March but contained no implications for the Reserve Bank's official cash rate, ASB chief economist Nick Tuffley said yesterday.
Chocolate and vanilla flavoured milk powders have joined the products available on the GlobalDairyTrade Marketplace platform.
Encouraging growth over the past year shows there is potential to increase the volume of New Zealand lamb exported to India, QualityNZ India chief executive Geoff Thin says.
Last week the Government announced a package of changes designed to better manage immigration and improve the labour market contribution of temporary and permanent migration.
Two Southland women are in the running for national dairy industry awards.