Dunedin home buyers paid an average $90,000 more for a house last month compared with the same time last year, as the city led an overall 14.4% price surge across the Otago region.
Steven Renata's journey has taken him from Dunedin to Disney and back again in what could only be described as an inspirational story.
A sector-wide "bold new vision" has been announced to lift New Zealand’s primary industries sector to be world leaders in sustainability.
Tuapeka Gold Print, one of Dunedin’s fastest growth businesses, will build a new 15,000sqm warehouse and factory to cater for the expected expansion of its export business.
D-Day is looming for a decision on the new public broadcasting "super entity", with the final Cabinet meeting of the year on Monday.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has thrown his support behind NZME buying rival news agency Stuff, warning that this country's media industry is in "dire straits".
DC Ross has announced to staff it will close permanently in April next year.
Some of Dunedin’s up and coming business leaders have been given the chance to sit on the boards of the city’s major subsidiary companies such as Aurora and Dunedin International Airport.
Beer experts are waking up to the natural harmony between craft beer and craft chocolate.
The measles epidemic in Samoa is affecting New Zealand’s primary sector in the wake of stricter screening regulations for seasonal workers.
When it comes to trends, Lee Tan does her best to stay ahead of the curve.
The future of farming and food production was discussed during a two-day symposium hosted by Agriculture at Otago and held at the University of Otago this week.
An East Otago farmer has expressed concerns over the effectiveness of possum-control work being undertaken in the area, given the omission of a large tract of forestry in the middle of it.
Some say necessity is the mother of invention and for Chris Hilder his desperate desire to never have a day without coffee led to his creation.
An aviation business with a focus on a strong family culture received the top award in the Ignite Wanaka Business Awards. Business reporter Jacob McSweeny catches up with Wanaka Helicopters.
The International Wool Textile Organisation held its Wool Round Table in Queenstown recently, 19 years since its last event in New Zealand. Since 1930, IWTO has represented the collective interests...
Tom O’Sullivan’s grandfather paid off his Canterbury farm with a single wool cheque during the wool boom in the early 1950s.
"It's time for a wool renaissance."
The emergence of a global emphasis on natural products suggests the strong-wool industry is "on the cusp of better times", industry leader John Dawson says.
This year, SBS bank marks its 150th year and its chairman, John Ward, was one of the original members of a group known as the "ginger group" that helped stop its sale to Westpac. He reflects with...