Oceana Gold finished its calendar 2018 year with a more than $US120 million ($NZ174 million) profit, and debt slashed by almost 60%, but all to a backdrop of rising mining costs.
''CupCycling'' is all go in Dunedin.
Beleaguered Fletcher Building has returned to profit and there has been no addition to almost $1 billion in accumulated losses, which had prompted a sweeping restructuring and shareholder backlash.
After enjoying a string of price reductions over the past year, Sky subscribers are set for a price hike on April 1.
The loan book of dual-listed Heartland Group, which owns Heartland Bank, has topped more than $4.2 billion as it eyes up further strong growth in the reverse mortgage market.
NZME's net profit is down 44 percent, reflecting difficult trading conditions and costs to develop growth businesses.
New Zealand's major cities are in the grip of a rental squeeze that is not only hitting students, including in Dunedin, but also pensioners and young professionals working as teachers, chefs and engineers.
Total trade for the country's largest port, Port of Tauranga, has risen almost 9% for its half-year result, with expectations its full-year profit will be at the upper end of a forecast range of ...
Otago and Southland's services sector activity eased back in January, barely in expansion mode.
Business and political news this week is set to be dominated by the long-awaited Tax Working Group report on Thursday - and its recommendations around a capital gains tax (CGT).
Internet giants such as Google and Facebook are in Government sights, with Cabinet agreeing to investigate a new tax on multinational companies targeting digital revenues.
The longest-running $2 shop in Dunedin is closing next week.
The Financial Intelligence Unit has estimated that more than $1billion dollars a year is generated through drug dealing and fraud in New Zealand.
More than $2.3billion was wiped off the value of the Deloitte South Island Index of listed companies for the quarter to December, and share value of three of the top four companies declined.
Lauren Saker is talking tech.
Irrigation New Zealand chairwoman Nicky Hyslop is vying for a place on Beef+Lamb New Zealand's board.
Manufacturing in Otago and Southland has delivered a seasonal January slump, largely credited to the Christmas shut-down period.
Fur or faux?
Extreme fire danger has prompted City Forests to close its estates to the public and staff and contractors are working restricted hours, probably for several weeks to come.
A New Zealand seafood exporter has struck problems in getting its produce into China, in what could be a sign of increasing tension.