Dunedin-based cancer diagnostic company Pacific Edge Ltd has announced an $80million capital raising just two weeks after denying information about a $70million raising.
A Dunedin start-up is solving the nightmare of organising flat furniture — and cracking students up while doing it.
Brad Hurndell admits he loves watching films but he loves being a part of making them even more.
Skyline Enterprises shareholders will decide today whether to repay the $7.9million wage subsidy the company took last year.
The Restaurant Association has unveiled stage one of a roadmap to help the industry survive and thrive after the Covid-19 crisis.
Amazon. com Inc's cloud computing unit says it will launch data centres in New Zealand in 2024 and create about 1000 jobs in the country over 15 years.
A development of 49 lots near Tomahawk Beach will help meet the city’s housing shortage, but the developer says a more comprehensive plan is needed to properly address the problem in Dunedin.
A Dunedin couple’s entry into the hospitality industry has been a baptism by fire, as they became the owners of a cafe two days before last month’s Level 4 lockdown.
Peter Gouverneur’s career change has paid off.
Dunedin cancer diagnostic company Pacific Edge will not comment on media speculation about its ASX listing.
‘‘They've tried to make it one-size-fits-all but that is not the case.’’
He has become something of a mask mule.
Members of the merged southern business support group have voted overwhelmingly to keep the association’s name as Business South.
A former bowling club site in an upmarket north Christchurch suburb has sold for $10 million.
Anna Campbell describes herself as a startup person.
Lockdown and the end of the transtasman bubble has had a devastating impact on southern skifields, leading to more than $3 million in wage subsidy claims.
The owners of Lawrence’s new bakery feared the worst when Alert Level 4 kicked in — just as they started their second week in business.
Mum and dad property flippers have all but disappeared, with the Government’s shake-up of the housing market in March the final nail in the coffin, new research suggests.
It might be known as the Edinburgh of the South, but could Dunedin also become a distillery destination? Business editor Sally Rae talks to an enthusiastic distiller who likens the city’s potential...
Jet-boating brand Scott Waterjet’s manufacturing move to Dunedin is benefiting four other businesses through an engineering collaboration.