At Shingly Creek Station, Julie Kearney is getting into bees.
Southland sheep milk specialist Blue River Dairy has been recognised for both its products and business in recent weeks. Nicole Sharp reports.
Southland produce, in particular parsnips, has impressed visitors from Horticulture New Zealand (HortNZ).
Ken Gillespie may be a retired sheep and beef farmer, but he is still just as busy as ever, as he is involved with the area’s heritage, ice sports, tourism, irrigation, minimum flows, and various community projects.
Spending by the new Government is likely to be increasingly stimulatory to the economy, helping keep economic growth averaging 3.4% for 2018 and 2019.
Zeta Resources’ takeover bid for New Zealand Oil & Gas has failed to meet its minimum acceptance level, clearing the way for acceptances of the counter takeover offer from OG Oil & Gas ...
From underachiever to overachiever, Tourism Holdings has rallied its operations in recent years.
Reducing the number of migrants coming to New Zealand will be a test of will for the incoming Labour-led Government but it appears it will get some help from the market.
Fresh uncertainty about overall economic policy to be implemented by the new Government has caused what economists are calling "sticker shock" to the New Zealand dollar.
Federated Farmers is ready to engage with the new coalition government and it's time to “cast aside” the divisions that arose during the election campaign, president Katie Milne says.
The New Zealand dollar has fallen about 2% to a five-month low after the NZ First Party opted to form a coalition with Labour.
Dunedin-based shared business space company Petridish is in major expansion mode, looking to increase its business membership eightfold to potentially 300 people over the next 18 months.
When Emma Crutchley first expressed an interest in farming as a career, her father told her she could ‘‘probably make more money doing something else’’.
Headline small business confidence eased to a net 14% in September, down from 17% in August but remained respectable, ANZ managing director retail and business banking Antonia Watson said.
The Cerebos Greggs food and instant coffee factory in Dunedin has been sold, as part of a wider acquisition of New Zealand, Australian and Asian assets by food giant The Kraft Heinz Company.
Recent acquisitions have helped push Restaurant Brands’ profits higher and provided shareholders with a higher dividend on the previous corresponding period.
When Will Bragg left school, all he wanted to do was work with horses.
Sky TV lost 27,897 subscribers in the 2017 financial year, it was announced ahead of the company's annual general meeting today.
Twelve thousand people, three days of competition turned the ILT Stadium Southland for the World Shearing and Woolhandling Championships. Eight months on and the event has been recognised as the best international event in NZ.
The country's average annual household income gained more than 40% in the past decade, but was still outpaced by rising housing costs, Statistics New Zealand figures show.