The liquidation of the Bruce Woollen Mill in Milton has been completed.
New Zealand’s first electric aeroplane was officially unveiled at Christchurch Airport this week.
Australia will spend more than $1 billion to revitalise manufacturing across six sectors, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says, as the government pushes to get the economy out of the deep slump triggered by Covid-19.
The Act Party has pedalled back on its vow to lower the minimum wage, instead promising to freeze it for three years.
Chris Rodley says the New Zealand coastal city of Nelson, in a region known for its vineyards and stunning landscapes, has always been a magnet for job seekers.
Labour has promised to launch investigations to make sure Kiwis aren't being ripped off when buying groceries and building supplies.
Kiwi dog owners can now take a luxury hotel break, guilt free, with fido in tow.
Container ships will stay in the port for almost twice as long as they would because one of Port Otago’s cranes is out of action.
Port Otago has posted a near-record profit — despite declines in key port activities such as containers, logs and cruise ships.
The imminent merger of the Otago Chamber of Commerce and Otago Southland Employers’ Association has been slammed as a misguided attempt to address the latter’s depleting membership.
Don Elder and Tony Balfour have been appointed directors of Pioneer Energy Ltd.
Two of the country's biggest companies will use Aotearoa in their names rather than New Zealand.
Carpet-maker Cavalier Corp has reported a statutory net loss after tax of $21.5million for the year to June 30.
Sheep numbers in New Zealand have dropped 2.3% over the past year to 26.21million — a far cry from the 57.85million recorded in 1990.
A looming vote to merge two southern business advocacy groups could make the proposal all but a done deal.
Households in Otago, Southland and Auckland are the most pessimistic in the country as regional economic confidence lifts off its Covid-induced lows.
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.
A woman who believes she unwittingly aided an online scam has spoken of her shock, saying that she nearly committed money laundering for a business posing as a legitimate Dunedin store.